VildaOOTD: February Vegan Streetstyle Edit

Since the launch of our #VildaOOTD vegan streetstyle series and hashtag, we’ve seen an amazing selection of cruelty-free fashion lovers sharing their looks – from ripped denim to floral patterns, from stripes to colour-blocking, from mini skirts to faux fur, it was once again confirmed just how creative and trend-conscious the vegan community can be. With that in mind, we’re thrilled to share the five best-dressed veganistas of February!


Joan, New York // A Cup of Joan

Yes, it’s hardly the first time you’ve seen this face and name grace the pages of Vilda. A Vilda model as well as contributor, Joan is one of our favourite ethical fashion influencers. This month, we fell in love with this outfit featuring the baby-blue Matt and Nat bag and what must be the perfect vegan winter jacket (similar here).


Valeria, Miami // WaterThruSkin

A modern take on hippie chic if ever we saw one, this outfit from Miami-based banker-turned-yoga-teacher Valeria Hinojosa is perfect for those breezy days in between winter and spring. Looking for a hat as stylish as hers? Get yours at VAUTE.


Sruti, London // Love and Blossoms

Championing sleek, polished elegance for the compassionate dresser, Sruti Sethuraman from London-based fashion blog was elected Best-Dressed Vegan in the UK by PETA last year – and with good reason. She also recently gave advice on cruelty-free shopping to Vilda readers.


SJ, Dubai // Style Destino

This eye-catching look mixes some of our favourite elements – distressed boyfriend jeans (get your own here), a softer take on the classic trench coat, the simple white tee and some head-turning heels. Full marks to SJ.


Bina, Hamburg // StryleTZ 

Style on repeat – Bina was one of the fashionistas featured in our first instalment of VildaOOTD, and if she keeps this up, you better get used to seeing more of her. Playing up the classic monochrome look by adding these genius boots and a chic Denise Roobol handbag has proved yet another winner for this German fair-fashion blogger.


To keep inspiring the vegan community, keep sharing your outfits at #VildaOOTD. Team Vilda is sharing as well, and we’re so glad to see the community gaining momentum. Plus, if you use the hashtag, you might just find yourself on this very page next month. Stay tuned.


Header photo by Brooke Cagle via Unsplash


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Sascha Camilli

Founder and Editor

A passionate changemaker, Sascha Camilli is the founder and editor-in-chief of Vilda Magazine. Born in Moscow and raised in Stockholm, she has also lived in Los Angeles, London, Milan and Florence, before landing in her current hometown of Brighton, UK. She was selected as one of GLAMOUR UK's Most Empowering Nu-Gen Activists and is a frequent public speaker on the topic of vegan fashion and material innovation. Her book Vegan Style is out now on Murdoch Books.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it, Eloise! Feel free to check out the first instalment of the series as well, there are some really stylish people in there too. The series will be back each month, so stay tuned!

    1. That’s so true, Henrietta! The amazing vegan options out there make it super-easy to be chic and stylish as a cruelty-free dresser.

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