vegan shoes children

vegan shoes children

vegan shoes children

Fashion leather shoes right?

Yeah, so ... I became a vegetarian a few months (I'll try to go vegan!) And really I have to find some cool non-leather shoes (COWGIRL BOOTS) because once I take to keep my day to day conversation. So where are some places that sell shoes cute? I like to deceive the boots (as I said, cowgirl!) Moccasins, fringe ... etc. I'm just a hippie child in search of some cruelty free tight shoes

Http://www.vegetarianshoesandbags.com/women/vegan+shoes/search.aspx There are some cute shoes here, including "Cowgirl" boots. :) Also check http://www.alternativeoutfitters.com/index.aspx Both sites http://www.mooshoes.com/ and vegan shoes.

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karamel corn by Ragg Toddler/Little Kid Super Spider Slipper


karamel corn by Ragg Toddler/Little Kid Super Spider Slipper


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Kids who love creepy crawlies will appreciate this cool, spider-adorned slipper from karamel corn. Made with a soft polyester fleece upper with matching ribbon trim, the Spider Slipper is fully-lined for added warmth and features a foam-cushioned midsole for hours of comfort and support. Double side elastic goring makes for easy slip-on and a snug fit, while the treaded rubber bottom provides slip...

Western Chief Fire Chief Rain Boot (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid)


Western Chief Fire Chief Rain Boot (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid)


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The Fire Chief rainboot from Western Chief will keep them in control when the wet weather is taking over with its rubber shell and durable rubber sole that will steady their every step. Its waterproof design with easy-on handles also has a moisture-absorbing cotton lining that will dry quickly when all of the puddle-splashing is over....

etnies Jameson 2 Skate Shoe (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid)


etnies Jameson 2 Skate Shoe (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid)


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Throw the Etnies Girls' Jameson 2 Skate Shoes on, get your board under your feet, and beat the guys to the park. The STI Foam footbeds help absorb shock so you can truck all day and skate till dark without your feet ever getting sore, and the straightforward style keeps the focus on your skills.Product FeaturesUpper Material: [upper] cotton canvas; [footbed] STI foamWaterproofing: Sole: (insole) E...

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Girls Gap Kids Brown Shoe Boots 1 Worn Once! ELNC Vegan


Girls Gap Kids Brown Shoe Boots 1 Worn Once! ELNC Vegan


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Best Green and Eco-Friendly Products

I've discovered a lot of great green and eco-friendly products since I started writing my blog, MissMalaprop.com, in August 2006. I've had the chance to personally test quite a few of them, and now there are green products that I absolutely swear by. Below is a round-up of some of my favorite green and eco-friendly products.

Everyday Green

Change can come in both big and small ways -- one of my early posts was all about taking baby steps to changing the world. One of my favorite green blogs, Tiny Choices, also believes that small steps can add up to a big difference, as do the people behind Ideal Bite, which is a great free resource for learning easy ways to go green. Their daily email newsletter is packed with information and tips -- I've learned about lots of environmental issues and solutions from their emails!
Choose to reuse! Envirosax reusable shopping bags are my personal favorite for grocery shopping and every day use. I keep at least a couple of these folded up in my purse at all times, and they fold up really small, so it's easy! I'm also a big fan of the stainless steel water bottles by Earthlust. I keep mine with me at work and find myself drinking more water these days! Even choosing reusable chopsticks over disposables can add up to make a big difference. Reducing is another big part of helping the environment. I've written about lots of ways you can reduce and get rid of junk mail.

Carbon emissions are a big issue when it comes to the environment. One easy thing you can do is make sure to stop idling your car -- whether it's warming up in winter (most modern cars don't need to do this anymore anyway) or keeping the A/C on when parked in summer, it's bad for emissions and you're wasting gas and money! I'm also a big proponent of shopping local as much as possible, for reducing food-miles and supporting the local economy.

Health and Beauty

Ever since I read the book Living Green, I've become way more aware of all of the nasty chemicals commonly found in things we use every day, and I find myself reading labels much more closely. (Check The Green Guide for a list of the top chemicals to avoid.) There are a couple of products I've tried out to see if they would be better than the mainstream alternatives, and now I swear by them.

Manor Hall Soap Company's face wash is my absolute favorite. Not only is it all natural and made from organic ingredients, it's also handmade! I was skeptical when I first tried Crystal deodorant, but now that I've made it through a summer using this stuff instead of antiperspirant with chemicals linked to cancer, I'm definitely a fan!

Anti-Body is a great fair trade company that makes fantastic body care products, including amazing peppermint lip balm that I use every night. If you're an open-minded lady, check out my post on eco-friendly and handmade menstrual alternatives -- there are a lot of scary chemicals in those traditional pads and tampons, not to mention the trash they produce!

Looking for a better toothbrush alternative? Check out Recycline's eco-friendly toothbrushes and razors made from recycled plastics.

Home and Decor

Those scary chemicals? They're not only in stuff we put on our bodies, but also all around our homes. Traditional vinyl shower curtain liners give off chemicals that you breathe in while you shower. I found an awesome recycled shower curtain called EnviroCurtain that works as both a liner or the only shower curtain you'll ever need!

For greener cleaning alternatives, check out these awesome handmade eco-friendly dish sponges or try the range of Seventh Generation cleaning products, which is what we use at home. You can also make your own inexpensive cleaners at home using products that should already be in your kitchen. Soap nuts are another great all-natural alternative for not only laundry, but all sorts of cleaning needs.

If you're in the market for a new mattress, and you want to go as green as possible, search Craigslist for an unwanted used mattress (these are often still in great condition!) or try one of the eco-friendly mattresses and pillows from Keetsa.

In search of a way to get rid of bugs and pests without a lot of nasty chemicals? EcoSMART organic bug sprays are safe around children and pets. And if you're looking to green up your home office, check out The Green Office for lots of recycled office alternatives.

Fashion and Accessories

It's becoming much easier to find more sustainable alternatives when you're shopping for fashion these days, whether it's clothes, shoes, or accessories, and whether you want mainstream brands or goods handmade by indie artists.

For shoes, try the vegan shoes and boots from TOMS shoes. They're a really great company who gives a pair of shoes to a child in need for every single pair of shoes purchased, and all of their shoes are manufactured under fair trade practices. If you can't get enough of flip-flops, give the eco-friendly fair trade flip-flops by Feelgoodz a try. (My friend Bridget did and she said they're the most comfortable flip-flops she's ever worn -- and she's an avid flip-flop wearer!) And if it's running shoes you're searching for, check out the eco-friendlier running shoes from Brooks.

For awesome indie eco-friendly fashion, there are so many great brands that I love! Gaia Conceptions eco-friendly clothing is one of my faves for great basics in solid colors and organic fabrics, and each piece is made by hand in the USA. I also really like the recycled garments handmade by Hayley Lau of heidi and seek ethical clothing. For eco-friendly fashion in a full range of sizes (XS through 4X), check out Mewv Sustainables.

Toggery by Kate D'Arcy is another up-and-coming eco-friendly fashion line. Everything is made in the USA, and each piece is classic -- I have a top from here that I know I'll love for a long time. The pieces from The League of Lovers & Thieves make me think of couture meets eco-friendly fashion, only at fairly reasonable prices. Their gorgeous clothing is to die for!

If you like cozy soft organic t-shirts, you'll love Artevist, which is sort of like a Threadless for the eco-conscious set. If you want to get the most life possible out of your old jeans, check out Denim Therapy, which offers a specialized service to repair and reweave your favorite torn and ripped jeans.

Think eco-friendly fashion can't be sexy? Lingerie lines like Sandmaiden sleepwear and lingerie and Enamore's sustainable lingerie are out to prove you wrong with their stunning looks made from the best organic and sustainable fabrics.

There are all sorts of cool handbags and purses out there made from a variety of recycled and sustainable materials. I couldn't possibly mention them all, but for starters, check out Ecoist bags, which are made from recycled candy wrappers and movie billboards, or take a recycled necktie clutch purse out on the town. For those who want something a bit simpler, Reware's recycled bags are made in the USA and they offer not only purses but also solar powered backpacks that are great for guys and girls.

Books on Going Green

Want to find out even more about how to go green and make a difference? There are a TON of books on the market right now about just that. I'd never have time to read all of them, and I don't expect that you do either, but here are a few that I have read and really enjoyed.

Living Green, which I mentioned above, was one of the first books I read about making the switch to a more sustainable lifestyle, and it really opened up my eyes to all of the toxins and chemicals surrounding us in everyday life. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a better understanding of how environmentalism is not just about the greater good, it's also about your own personal health, and the health of your family.

Green Chic: Saving the Earth in Style is a fun read for ladies who want to go green but don't want to have to sacrifice style to do so. It's actually really informative while being a quick and easy read at the same time.

There are lots of books about going green that cater to specific events. The Green Bride Guide is a must-read for anyone planning a wedding. (Also check out my post about more eco-friendly wedding options.) The holidays can be another time of year that is traditionally pretty wasteful and consumer-driven. Green Christmas: How to Have a Joyous, Eco-Friendly Holiday Season is packed with tips on how to celebrate the holidays your way and keep the impact on the earth to a minimum.

If you're trying to get your kids involved in going green, I highly recommend the Gaia Girls books. Even as an adult, I absolutely loved reading these, especially the second book, Way of Water. The whole series isn't out yet, and I can't wait to read the rest! (These are sort of like a eco-conscious Harry Potter.)

Books are filled with paper and that means trees have to be cut down to produce them. Try looking for publishers that use recycled paper and eco-friendly inks in their printing. (Most of the books mentioned above do.) You can also seek out ways to recycle books, whether by utilizing your local library or sites like PaperBackSwap that let you trade and recycle old books you've already read for ones you haven't.

I hope this list offers a good starting place and some ideas on easy things you can do to change your habits for the greener! I'm always on the lookout for more eco-friendly alternatives. If you're seeking a specific type of product and think that I might be able to help you find what you're looking for, don't hestitate to contact me, and I'll try my best to help!

About the Author

Mallory, a New Orleans resident and Gulf Coast native, launched her website, MissMalaprop.com, in August 2006 as a place to showcase unique and independently made products and small businesses, document her personal mission to live a more environmentally sustainable and socially responsible lifestyle, and talk about what’s really going on in New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast and showcase NOLA and Gulf South based artists and businesses.

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Simple Women's Satire Vegan Shoes in Black : Simple Women's Vegan Shoes


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