18 Seriously Kickass Vegan T-Shirt Apparel Brands You Need To Be Wearing in 2020

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Wear your activism with these kickass vegan t-shirts and apparel brands. Whether your vegan for the animals, the planet, and/or for your health.. these stylish and funny vegan shirts are great conversation starters to spread the vegan message!

From punny vegan shirts to streetwear style activism apparel to simple and minimal designs, there’s sure to be something that fits your unique style in this list of vegan t-shirts.

In addition to keeping animals off of our plates, we also care about the planet and the people who made our clothes too, and that’s why I made sure to only include vegan apparel brands that produce their clothes ethically using eco-friendly inks and sustainable materials whenever possible.

In addition, most of these brands also donate a portion of each t-shirt sold to an animal rescue or protection organization, so you can win some karma points while looking sharp.

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Veganized World designs shirts and apparel with clever & punny vegan slogans. All of Veganized World’s clothing are ethically-made in sweatshop-free WRAP Gold Certified factories, using vegan, eco-friendly water-based inks, and claims their dyeing process uses 7 times less water than conventional processes. Veganized World orders are shipped in recyclable and biodegradable packaging.

For ethical, modern, and minimalist vegan shirts, we can’t get enough of In the Soulshine! All of their garments are manufactured in a small production house in Bali, Indonesia where employees are paid on a per-piece basis which gives them the opportunity for increased pay of up to 40% above the minimum wage. They are also transitioning their entire collection to be 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. In the Soulshine also donates part of its proceeds to animal sanctuaries, organizations, and activists.

For ethical and vegan streetwear, we recommend Plant Faced Clothing. All of their vegan shirts and apparel are ethically made using WRAP and Fair Wear certified garments, using eco-conscious, organic or plant-based materials wherever possible. Their entire clothing range is hand screen printed using eco-friendly water-based inks.

Alba Paris Art vegan awareness t-shirts and apparel feature beautifully powerful illustrations to raise awareness about animal cruelty in the food and beauty industry. Created by wife and husband duo, their mission is to create meaningful clothes for a good cause, they also donate 10% of net profits to animal sanctuaries and vegan non-profit organizations. All of their apparel is handmade to order, 100% sweatshop-free in WRAP certified factories, sustainably & ethically printed in the UK and Canada.

VivaLaRiva is an independent Etsy creator and shop owner with the most charming and lovely vegan advocacy designs. All of her designs are printed on an organic cotton/bamboo shirt and $1 from each sale goes to an animal or environment charity!

BEETxBEET is a modern vegan lifestyle apparel brand featuring a range of fashionable streetwear styles for both men, women, and kids. Each shirt is screen printed by hand, designed in LA, and ethically-made using eco-friendly vegan inks and low impact dyes.

Vegetaryn offers a range of hilarious and cheeky vegan slogans. Vegetaryn’s apparel is from sweatshop-free and WRAP Certified factories and are ethically made and produced in LA. The dyes they use are 100% vegan and non-toxic.

Started in 2002, Herbivore Clothing is the OG for vegan t-shirts and apparel. Their unisex styles and vegan designs are modern, playful, and on-trend, as well as, sweatshop-free.

Wholesome Culture makes vegan shirts and clothes inspiring a plant-based lifestyle. Their designs are clean and contemporary while spreading kindness and good vibes. Wholesome Culture’s clothes are ethically made in WRAP certified factories, using water-based ink, and shipped in recycled packaging. Wholesome Culture also offers some collections made with certified organic cotton and poly rPET (made from recycled plastic bottles). In addition, part of their profits goes to animal rescue and environmental organizations.

Sassy Spud designs hilarious and funny vegan shirts and apparel promoting a plant-based and ‘hummus-fuelled’ lifestyle! Sassy Spud clothing is ethically manufactured in the US in WRAP certified factories and printed in the UK using vegan water-based inks. Shipped using 100% recyclable and biodegradable packaging. They do offer some collections in 100% organic cotton.

Talk Vegan to Me is a unisex socially conscious apparel line based in Calgary, Alberta. Talk Vegan To Me’s bold designs are made for your everyday activism. All of their sweaters and tees are made (woven, dyed, cut, sewn) in Ontario and additional decorations are done locally in Calgary. In addition, their clothes are ethically made in WRAP certified factories using eco-friendly materials whenever possible including bamboo and organic cotton. Shipped in 100% biodegradable packaging. $1 from every item goes towards two Alberta farmed animal rescues.

Vegan Veins is a small, Canadian-based vegan awareness clothing brand with the cutest and unique designs. Everything is sweatshop-free with eco-friendly processes in the US and locally printed in Canada, and shipped in biodegradable, eco-friendly packaging. Vegan Veins also offers a range of sustainable bamboo and organic cotton apparel as well. 10% of proceeds are donated to farm sanctuaries and animal rights organizations each month.

This small Canadian-based vegan awareness apparel brand is now printing their adorable designs on 100% upcycled clothing. As an eco-friendly company, Vegan Police has made the conscious decision to print their vegan designs on thrifted, gently-used clothing to offset the massive amount of clothes consumers dispose of each year.

For vegan awareness t-shirts with simple yet catchy slogans, check out Crazies and Weirdos. For every purchase of their vegan shirts, Crazies and Weirdos donates a portion to an animal protection organization. All of their apparel is designed, printed, and ethically hand-made in New York from bamboo and environmentally friendly materials including organic cotton and recycled polyester and using eco-friendly ink.

For a great selection of traditional vegan t-shirts, we recommend Vegan Supply Co. They have an endless selection of styles, colors, and designs to choose from for men, women, and kids. Vegan Supply Co. apparel is printed using eco-friendly and water-based inks and shipping in 100% recyclable or fully biodegradable packaging.

Compassion Co. designs vegan unisex apparel with big, bold and colorful designs. Compassion Co. uses organic cotton and bamboo in their collection. In addition, their clothes are sweatshop-free and made in the US using water-based inks.

You’ve probably seen iApparel‘s iconic ‘Anti Dairy Social Club’ sweaters and ‘Vegan Booty’ shorts worn and adorned all over the gram before. In addition, iApparel has other vegan workout and athletic clothes, as well as, an organic cotton collection.

Anticarnist ethically made vegan activist apparel are for the unapologetic vegans. Their bold and creative designs are a work of art aimed to spread the vegan message. Anticarnist shirts and clothing are sweatshop-free, screen-printed on 100% organic cotton using vegan inks and shipped in biodegradable and recycled packaging.


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26 Comments
  • Ine Therese
    November 23, 2015

    Just so you know, Jordan “the blonde” is no longer animal friendly, nor health consious. You can scrape her off of this list. Love the other ones though!

    • Vicky Ly
      November 24, 2015

      You’re right! =( arghs.

      She no longer carries any ‘vegan’ apparel anymore which makes sense since she’s no longer promoting a vegan lifestyle. Will update the list. Thanks for reminding me =)

  • Eric
    October 29, 2015

    Those animal rights shirts rock! Thanks!

“Make ethical choices in what we buy, do, and watch. In a consumer-driven society our individual choices, used collectively for the good of animals and nature, can change the world faster than laws.”― Marc Bekoff

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