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‘Win It’ Wednesday: Turquoise Jade Belt

Written by Michelle Kretzer | January 25, 2012

It might be the middle of winter, but you can have a warm sea breeze. This Sea Breeze Turquoise Jade Belt by Christina Miller Designs can be worn many ways, including as a single- or double-strand necklace. The closure is a gold-fill clasp sturdy enough for your jeans but delicate enough for your neck.

To be entered in a random drawing to win the belt, just post a comment telling us about your cruelty-free fashion sense. You can find more cruelty-free products, featured vegan companies, coupons, deals, and more at PETA’s new “Shop for Animals” Facebook page!

Good luck!

A winner will be chosen at random from the animal-friendly comments that are submitted. The contest will end on February 1, 2012, and we’ll contact the winner by February 15, 2012. Make sure that you read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’re agreeing to both by commenting. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.

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  • Heather says:

    I never were anything Made of tested on animals or made of animals, not even makeup, since I never really were makeup. My favorite out fit to were is my jean shorts, one of the peta cotton t-shirts my friend bought for me, ans my faux leather half sleeve jacket. Then my awesome high top sneakers. I’m also Vegan.

  • Isabel says:

    Vegan all the way! I wear no fur, wool, leather, silk, etc. All makeup/cleaning supplies I buy I make sure are on your “Companies that Do and Don’t Test” list. Peta FTW!

  • FuegoKat says:

    I’m a crafter who knits and crochets, among other modes. Since finding out through PETA that the wool industry is just as abusive as the factory “food” farms, I seek out alternative fibers including cotton, bamboo, old sheets and t-shirts, and reclaiming wool and other fibers from used clothing stores. I really enjoy the reusing part the most; recycling and being cruelty-free at the same time!

  • Laura says:

    The makeup and hair products I buy are not testing on animals, Even when shopping for clothes I look for the Vegan approved labels or I go into a total guilt trip.

  • Nicki says:

    The more I’m becoming aware of animal products in practically everything, the more I feel the need to educate others and to learn about the malpractice within these trades. It can be hard at times to search out sustainable, animal friendly products, but it is totally worth it in the end! Animals rule, they enrich our lives. It’s our duty to be their voices and not support animal products or testing.

  • Carol says:

    As a vegan I wear no leather, only wool from the local Dutch sheep (who undergo no mulesing)and I think there is nothing wrong in copying in other materials the beautiful prints that animals have: nature is beautiful only when it is alive.

  • kelly b says:

    I happen to come across yesturday & what I saw changed my life! The videos disgusted me & made me cry! I’am a wife & a mother of 4 & I’am changing everything! What we eat, wear & use in our home will all be animal friendly from this day on!

  • Roxanne says:

    Express sell non leather goods. I buy their man-made leather jackets and bags. yeah

  • Angela DuFay says:

    I was buying “Wellness” products from a well-known membership (pyramid-scheme) and discovered that they were testing on animals (even though I was told that they didn’t when I signed up). I immediately revoked my membership, sent back their wellness garbage and am now making my OWN animal-free cleaning products and make-up!

  • Chelsea Crystal says:

    I bought boots that are are not made from animals! I also am an avid label-reader when it comes to make-up, hair products, soaps and cleaning supplies for items that are not tested on animals!

  • michele minas says:

    I guess my fashion would be ctton or linen. No use of animal skins. Corn silk would be another modality to consider. I would invest in finding companies that have the same mission ethical treatment of animals and humans.

  • Myra says:

    I always go Vegan! Also went it comes to fashion. There just isn’t a reason not to.

  • Danielle says:

    I have been vegetarian for three years and just became vegan last year. Whenever I go shopping with friends or family, I explain to them why I won’t purchase anything that comes from an animal. No animal should have to suffer for the sake of fashion. When there are so many clothing options to choose from, why not get something that’s fashionable AND cruelty-free? Not only will you feel good about how you look, but you will feel good knowing that no animal had to suffer in the process.

  • Amy says:

    To be a TRUE animal rights supporter why would you want to walk the earth as a billboard for animal cruetly by wearing the skins of these beautiful creatures on your body!! There is a way to make a STAND and that is to STAND UP for what you believe in and say NO to using your body as a walking adverstisement for animal cruelty!! USE YOUR VOICE for the animals that have none!!

  • Chelsea says:

    I love animals, and I am very happy with my animal-friendly wardrobe. No cruelty, plus fake leather and fur is sooo much less expensive!

  • Ingling says:

    I dress up by bringing my rescued greyhound, hoping that her sheer beauty and long, toned legs are somehow contagious.

  • Antonia says:

    I feel that even fake fur is a bad idea – it’s perpetuating the “look”.

  • georgiashaurette says:

    3 years ago the decision to go vegan. I refuse to eat meat from animals if they have to lose their life so I can eat. I have a vegetable garden and can the pesticide produce. No leather for me,no fur either. I support the local SPCA