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Vegan und fair: 10 Übergangsjacken für frühlingshafte Temperaturen

Auch wenn es noch nicht amtlich ist, der Frühling ist daaaa! Passend dazu habe ich heute 10 Frühlings-Jacken für euch, allesamt vegan und fair produziert. Es lohnt sich auch bei Lanius, ARMEDANGELS, Hessnatur und Elementy (richtig schöne Sachen!) etwas genauer zu stöbern. 

Günstigere Jacken gibt es bei Braintree alias Thought, Grundstoff, und Maas. Wobei auch die Sachen bei Elementy nicht arg teuer sind, was natürlich immer im Auge des Betrachters liegt.

PS: Fast alle Modelle, die ich euch rausgesucht habe, gibt es in verschiedenen Farben.

From left to right and from top to bottom:

1. Long Denim Jacket by Kings Of Indigo // 180€

2. Bomber-Blouson by ARMEDANGELS // 150€

3. Trenchcoat by Hessnatur // 270€

4. Beige Jacket by Hessnatur // 200€

5. Lilac down free Jacket by Patagonia // 100€

6. Short Denim Jacket by Kings Of Indigo // 170€

7. Raincoat by Stutterheim // 225€

8. Baby Blue Blazer by Jan ’n June // 170€

9. Bomber Jacket by Hessnatur // 190€

10. Dark Grey Comfortable Jacket by Kings Of Indigo // 170€


PS: Fast alle Modelle, die ich euch rausgesucht habe, gibt es in verschiedenen Farben.


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  • Reply Marta 24. März 2017 at 12:35 pm

    Hey Justine, just a question.
    Elementy has very nice coats but most of them contain wool…
    I know also Weekday sells recycled wool coats. What’s your opinion on this? Really keen to know!
    All the best from another vegan in the UK xx

    • Reply Justine 4. April 2017 at 10:35 am

      Hi Marta, I’m sorry for my late reply!! Well, I wouldn’t buy them, because I decided to be 100% vegan. But I think it’s not such a bad thing to recycle wool and sell it again. I think it’s even more sustainable to buy the recycled one than to buy a new one 🙂 What do you think? Cheers, Justine

      • Reply Marta 4. April 2017 at 6:34 pm

        Hi Justine! Thanks for your reply 🙂
        Same here, I still wear my old coats that I bought a long time ago and do contain wool, but as I try to purchase wool-free ones, I’m struggling to find brands whose style I really like. I feel like it’s harder to dress vegan in winter isn’t it? I agree with the fact that it’s better when it’s recycled wool, but if you have any recommendations for warm winter vegan jackets, I’d greatly appreciate it! xx
        Lots of love,

        • Reply Justine 6. April 2017 at 5:48 pm

          Hi Marta, I really like Quagga, Hoodlamb (very warm!!), Save the Duck and Langerchen 🙂 I know, it can be hard.. but it’s possible! Cheers, Justine

  • Reply Anna 6. März 2017 at 9:51 am

    Sehr coole Auswahl!:)
    Liebe Grüße

    • Reply Justine 20. Juli 2017 at 9:32 am

      Dankeschön Anna 🙂

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