Regardless of your reasons for being vegan, I’ve compiled a list of my top 10 vegan t shirt brands that carry some kickass graphic tees with various different messages!
The cool thing about some of these vegan t shirt brands is that they donate partial or all profits from each sale to an animal rescue or protection organization.
So you’ll be sure to win some karma points while looking fresh to death! I’ve also added 10 more badass vegan t-shirt and apparel brands in addition to this list in a separate post
I was wrong all along when I said there was no such thing as the Vegan Police! This Canadian vegan apparel brand is all about spreading kindness, compassion, and love for the earth! No arrest or search warrants here.
This tee is ironically badass. And when it’s originally rocked by Doris Day, then it’s seriously B-A-D-A-S-S. You may have seen this tee recreated across the interweb but the trademark “Be kind to animals or I’ll kill you” belongs to an etsy shop owner, VonStreicher goods. She’s just as rad as these printed tees because she donates profits from the sale of each vegan t shirt to a local animal protection and rescue organization! For these upcoming months, she has agreed to help donate proceeds to Humane Society of Louisiana so get your shopping on, yo!
Sometimes we want more than just a beautifully designed vegan shirt, we also care about the workers who make our shirts! And that’s exactly what In The Soulshine believes in too! Each of their shirts are sweatshop free and ethically made, stating on their website “Our tailors choose how much they want to get paid per item they sew so their salary ends up being 3 -5 times more than the average for a tailor in Bali.” That makes every shirt, totally worth it!
A vegan fashion brand that needs no introduction, Vaute Couture is doing wonderful things to help raise awareness about animal rights and cruelty-free living!
The Tree Kisser
It’s hard to keep my cool looking at The Tree Kisser‘s line of wicked vegan t shirts! I want them ALL, in every color and every style!!! I seriously can’t even pick a favourite, they’re all so BEAUTIFUL. And what truly makes them even more beautiful is how creator/owner, Jessica Schluete donates 10% of all sales to the Love Infinitely Project Animal Fund and then it’s allocated to deserving, reputable animal rescue or advocacy organizations! Look good, do good, shop good with The Tree Kisser!
If beautiful illustrations gets you excited then Alba Paris Art‘s vegan awareness t-shirts and apparel will surely get you wired! Created by wife and husband duo, their mission is to create meaningful clothes for a good cause while raising awareness of animal cruelty! And as you can tell by their creative designs, they are doing just that! They also donate 10% of net profits to animal sanctuaries and vegan non-profit organizations.
There’s not much information about this Vegan Etsy Shop but all I know is that I love their vegan t-shirt designs, especially the Plant Based Princess tee! Each adorable vegan message is printed on an organic cotton/bamboo shirt and $1 from each sale goes to an animal or environment charity!
If Urban Outfitters had a vegan baby, Barefoot Babes is perhaps the closest thing to it! All of their positive and vibrant tees were hand designed by Christie, the beauty behind this rad vegan clothing brand. Go on, spread some good vegan vibes with Barefoot Babes vegan shirts!
Who doesn’t want to support a good cause while looking fabulous?! Talk about #lifegoals!! and the peeps over at Meaningful Paws totally gets that. All of their adorable and chic vegan t shirts and accessories are all about spreading compassion in a positive and loving way. They also donate a portion of each sale to animal advocacy organizations.
Finally, this list would not be complete if I didn’t include Herbivore Clothing. Printed on organic cotton and hemp, their shirts have been seen on just about every vegan you know in Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, Canada!
Editor’s Note: this post has been updated to reflect updates and changes in the industry.
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