Published by PETA.

As the temperature drops, it’s time to revamp your wardrobe with stylish, animal-friendly options that will keep you warm through the colder months. There’s no reason why your coat or jacket should contribute to animal suffering and environmental destruction. Instead of supporting the cruel leather, fur, wool, or down industries, choose vegan options and help spare the lives of countless cows, rabbits, sheep, ducks, and other animals who are used for their skin, wool, and feathers.

Dillinger Quilted Bomber Jacket

A lighter choice for warmer days or for layering with your coziest vegan knitwear, this bomber from Brixton features down-free fill and a water-repellent coating.

male model wearing a yellow quilted vegan bomber jacket© Brixton

Dry Stretch Sweat Full-Zip Long-Sleeve Hoodie

For a sporty style, opt for this elevated hoodie from UNIQLO made with a blend of cotton and recycled polyester.

male model wearing a sporty charcoal colored jacket from UNIQLO© UNIQLO

Faux Leather Moto Jacket

The global leather industry slaughters more than a billion animals annually and is a major contributor to the climate catastrophe. Spare the lives of playful cows and other animals by opting for animal-free styles, such as this vegan leather jacket from Express.

male model wearing a vegan leather moto jacket from Express© Express

The Filled Canvas Jacket

Everlane’s Filled Canvas Jacket is a classic style filled with PrimaLoft insulation to keep you warmer than a traditional canvas jacket would.

male model wearing a navy colored canvas jacket from Everlane© Everlane

Men’s Donald Hooded Puffer Jacket

Need a super-warm lightweight vegan puffer jacket for your outdoor winter adventures? Get this one from Save the Duck, the brand that kept mountaineer Kuntal Joisher warm during his Everest climb.

male model wearing a lightweight vegan puffer jacket from Save the Duck© Save the Duck

Oversized Solid Puffer Jacket

We love the look of this oversized puffer jacket, and no ducks were painfully plucked for its recycled polyfill padding.

male model wearing a white vegan puffer jacket from Tommy Hilfiger© Tommy Hilfiger

Sabertooth II Parka

If you live somewhere really cold, you know how important it is to invest in a good parka. Canadian vegan outwear brand Wuxly has perfected the art of animal-free warmth for the coldest weather.

Zeppelin Maxi Wool Coat

You can’t go wrong with any styles from “PETA-Approved Vegan” brand NOIZE, including this statement-making wool coat that was made without harming sheep.

male model wearing a long, tan colored vegan wool coat from NOIZE© NOIZE

If you’re looking for additional ways to make your wardrobe more compassionate, explore our “How to Wear Vegan” page.

Order Your FREE Vegan Starter Kit

Send Me a Vegan Starter Kit