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Stay Warm With a Wool-Free Winter Coat

One fun part of cold weather is breaking out your winter wardrobe. And what wardrobe is complete without the perfect winter coat? It’s not too late to add one of these beauties to your holiday wish list!

This season, cross coats made with wool and down off your shopping list, and opt for items created with synthetic materials, recycled fibers, and soft cotton instead. Whether you’re looking for polished or practical, you can find a cruelty-free look you love right here:

This jacket is perfect for daytime errands and lazy weekends. Add a pair of bright mittens, a scarf, and a hat for extra warmth.

The North Face Denali Jacket

Look cool while staying warm in this weatherproof coat, available in multiple colors.


Vaute Couture Jess Snow Coat

A bright red hue is perfect for showing off your holiday cheer!

Calvin Klein coat red

Calvin Klein Peacoat with Detachable Hood

Bold, beautiful, and blue. The ruffled bodice on this coat offers the perfect balance of style and sensibility.


ModCloth Winterberry Tart Coat 

A Note On Vegan Fur:

Companies such as Pelush know that it’s only a matter of time before the fashion industry phases out fur entirely. Through new technology and collaborations with Italian fabric-makers, Pelush offers luxurious vegan furs like this one, shown at New York Fashion Week:

This season, whether you’re looking for polished or practical, you can find a cruelty-free look you love. Also check out our must-have winter accessories.

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  • jeanskinner says:

    Need more affordable warm coats.

  • Hudson says:

    Bertramkevin & AG, The Vaute Couture website has some great looking, though not inexpensive coats for men, but most seem to be temporarily sold out.

  • Helena Haajanen says:

    I am a finnish veterinarian.
    From now on, I am going to avoid woolen products and australien lambmeet also!! I had no idea how cruel the australians handle their lambs and their other domestic and farm animals. I thought, Australia would have been a civlized country. I am very disappointed!!!!!

  • dorothy says:

    The Old Navy cheapest one although even $30 is kind of high for my current finances, and I really want one in white in order to be more visible for night bicycling or walking.

  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    Those coats are lovely, but as a biker/minister, I live a rough life. Nothing beats a thick denim jacket with thinsulate lining on long, cold, Toys For Tots toy runs.

  • Reenie says:

    Both the red and green coats are nice but black and earth tones like taupe and camel, would be more popular. Double-breasted pea-coats and military full length styles are great for this season.

  • AG says:

    I Second Bertramkevin’s comment. On the high street, quality men’s dress suits and winter coats are always wool, good dress shoes and gloves are always leather.

  • Jaana says:

    I love Vaute Couture coats. I have three of them and they are just what I need to survive the rough Nordic winter. Vaute Couture is also environmentally conscious and use recycled and recyclable fibers which is absolutely great.

  • Ginette Paill says:

    Love the green one, but a tad expensive.

  • Sherry says:

    I love this concept, but I’m questioning the amount of chemicals used to make these synthetic coats…are they all natural? There is an impact from synthetic fibers as well..especially concerned about the coat from Old Navy…filled with some polyester substance? Just a thought…

  • Bertramkevin says:

    Where’s the men’s coats? I need to get one soon and would love it if these vegan fashion tips were for both sexes…