VildaOOTD: November Vegan Streetstyle Edit

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November – the month when we all begin feeling the chill. Dressing well in the cold is an art form for anyone, but perhaps even more so for vegans. If dodging woolly knitwear was an Olympic sport, we would all be gold medalists, and don’t get us started on finding a decent-looking coat. But the fashionistas below are braving the cold with effortless ease – we’re not quite sure how they do it, but we want some of it.


Clara, Gothenburg // The Vashion Blogg

A huge Vilda favourite, compassionate fashionista Clara took vegan style to a whole new level this month by pairing this metallic pleated skirt with a polo-neck knit and an elegant clutch, and creating contrast with chunky boots.


Molly, Dallas // FashionVeggie

Black is boring, monochrome is monotonous. Agree? Then take your style cue from Molly who fearlessly matches bright reds with deep wine hues and breaks off the look with nude stiletto pumps. A perfect way to brighten up in dreary November.


Tilly-Jayne, Cambridge // Tilly-Jayne

A fluffy winter coat to wrap up warm in is high on many fashionistas’ wish lists, and Tilly-Jayne styles hers with wear-them-everywhere jeans, white trainers and a statement bag. A vegan fashion look to see you through winter and beyond.


Natalie, Scottsdale // Hi Maintenance Hippie

Wearing what can only be described as a dream vegan biker jacket (from BlankNYC!), Natalie creates an edgy and daring outfit by adding a slinky burgundy dress and boots with an attitude. Rock on.


Bina, Hamburg // StryleTZ

Bina’s minimalist-edgy outfit is our winter obsession. We’re crushing on the vegan scuba jacket from Lanius, made in recycled polyester (eco points!) the cosy, oversized knit and the Stella McCartney bag and boots. If we can only dress one way in November, we would like this to be it.


The #VildaOOTD hashtag was created to showcase beautiful and creative vegan outfits – and to inspire fashionistas everywhere to dress with compassion. To be part of the movement, share your own cruelty-free looks with the hashtag #VildaOOTD on Instagram, and you just might find yourself featured on the magazine.







Header photo by Alex Holyoake 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.

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