31 Jan Eco-Friendly Wedding Shoes that will Knock your Socks Off
From walking down the aisle, to getting busy on the dance floor, your shoes are a huge part of your wedding day look! Make your style shine by taking a look at these eco-conscious, sustainable brands that look as good as they’ll feel.
A little something new in a sustainable shoe! These beautiful pumps by Veerah are created from completely sustainable materials, including apple peels! Using eco-friendly materials and 1o0% cruelty-free, Veerah is paving the way in eco-fashion. “Each pair of shoes comes with accessories designed to reinvent and transform your look…allowing you to “Do Good, Look Incredible.”
Sugar and spice and all things nice with these eco-friendly, vegan pumps from Mink shoes. Rebecca Mink’s shoes are handmade in Italy, using sustainable materials such as wood, cork, bamboo, vegetable resins, and recycled fabrics. We especially love that every shoe is named after the animal that inspired it’s creation. Design your very own couture eco-bridal pump today.
Show off your wedding day gams with the Leah vegan sandal by one of our favs, Beyond Skin. All linings are recycled and contain a vegetable polymer coating, the satins are made with recycled polyester and they are currently the only footwear label to be using “Dinamica” faux suede made from 100% recycled PET plastics. It’s true shoe love!
Rafa luxury footwear is 100% vegan and ethically produced by 20 artisans in Los Angeles, California. All of their footwear is handcrafted of the highest quality, sustainable standards, and materials. This collection of luxury footwear uses only ecologically friendly materials to create unique shoes that are always on trend.
Valentino gets a big thumbs up from Greenpeace for using all natural vegetable dyes and tanning processes, rather than the chemical laden alternatives. “The Italian fashion giant made an ambitious and binding commitment to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain and products by 2020, and also made commitments with regard to its policies on the procurement of leather and pulp and paper.”.