Spring has sprung! It’s time to put some pep in your step with shoes that slay—on the runway, that is. Real fashionistas know that animals are not ours to wear, and a good look shouldn’t come at the cost of a life. Snakeskin shoes, leather pumps, and fur-lined boots are as unfashionable as they are unethical.
At the request of a PETA fan, we came up with list of office-friendly pairs—but that doesn’t mean they aren’t good for off-hours, too. Any time is the right time to dress compassionately!
The hand-embroidered floral pattern on Rungg Shoes’ Blooming Bliss slingbacks will put a spring in your step, and will surely attract co-worker compliments.
You’re no slouch on the job—but that doesn’t mean your footwear can’t be! Look casual but cute with these Lulus vegan black suede Harper Ankle Strap Heels. ($32)
We recommend this floral, flirty pattern to turn some eyes at the water cooler. The Chinese Laundry Kenzie Platform Sandal will give you some height while remaining appropriate for the workplace. ($49.99)
Vegan leather is much better than its animal-derived counterpart, and these office-ready shoes are the perfect way to let your coworkers know that you’re stylish and compassionate. For spring, try this Dr. Martens Vegan Castel Boots style in cherry red, grey, or blue. ($120)
Are you a pencil pusher by day and crowd pleaser by night? Then these are your shoes. With a sleek leopard, ASOS Milestone Flat Shoes will help bring out your wild side after work. ($35)
Keep your dogs classy in a pair of classic black dress shoes. The Vegetarian Shoes Kent Klark Shoe pairs great with office slacks or a suit, while their sleek design screams sophistication. (£74.95)
Take a cue from springtime sunshine and throw on a pair of pastel pink shoes for work. Casual yet confident, these H&M Loafers will take your outfit to a whole new level. ($29.99)