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It’s officially Summer and if you’re looking for a pair of strappy and stylish vegan wedge sandals then check out these top picks of mine!
In this post, I’m sharing 15 styles of animal-free and vegan wedge sandals for the Summer.
Most sandals and wedges on the market today are made from animal leather or suede, so they’re not vegan. None of these shoes listed are made from any animal-derived materials, and if available, I’ve included a note of which brands have verified to me their glues & adhesives are vegan too.
List of Vegan Wedge Sandals
1. Hexa’s Meghan – Brown Vegan 4″ Espadrille Wedge made with Microfiber, Recycled Rubber, Jute Rope ($132, On Sale $119). Hexa has confirmed they use water-based glues in their shoes.
2. TOMS’ Monica Mule Wedge 3.5″ Heel in Honey. Note: the other colors of the Monica Mule are not vegan, only Honey is labeled as 100% vegan and made with Textile and basketweave mixed material ($95, On Sale $80)
3. Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather’s Cory 3″ Platform Shoes made with a Soft Vegan Leather and Microfiber material (€139, On Sale €89). Available in Brown, Black, and Fuschia. Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather has confirmed they do not use glues that are animal-based.
4. Matt & Nat ACACIA Vegan Wedge 2″ Heels. Made with 100% Polyurethane and thermoplastic rubber. Available colors: Black, Chili, and Koala. ($125, On Sale $63)
5. jeane & jax JADA 4.25″ Platform Espadrille in Black, Ivory, or Rose ($110). Made from Polyurethane upper and a Rubber sole.
6. Nemanti’s Mongelia 3″ Wedges made with Alcantara® and cutting-edge cotton fabric material (€75). Nemanti has confirmed they do not use any animal-based glues.
7. Mireia Playa’s Vegan Jen Suede Sandals featuring a 2.75″ heel. These sandals are ethically made using a suede-like vegan fabric made with recycled polyester and a platform lined with jute. (€125) Available colors: Black, Pink, Blue, and Bone.
8. Call it Spring Lillian 2.75″ Heel Wedge Sandals made with B.E.D. Foam™, a material made from recycled mattresses and cushions, and the upper material is made from recycled plastic bottles ($55, On Sale $42). Available colors: Black, Light Brown, and Taupe. Call it Spring has confirmed all of their glues are animal-free.
9. Stella McCartney Elyse Sandal features a 3″ sustainable wood platform, rubber saw-edge sole ($745). Other materials used include Polyurethane, Polyamide, Polyester. Available in Black or Brown. Stella McCartney has confirmed they do not use animal-based glues.
10. Beyond Skin’s Devon Black Faux Leather Wedges made from cotton-backed polyurethane and 100% recycled faux leather lining with a vegetable polymer coating. ($320, On Sale $250)
11. BC Footwear’s Eclectic 2.75″ Wedge Sandal in Taupe made with all vegan or man-made materials ($79). In addition, BC Footwear has confirmed their shoe glue is free of casein, gelatin, beeswax, or any other animal derivatives.
12. Covet Shoes’ Alana 4″ Wedges with removable ankle strap (AUD$138). Made with microsuede and synthetic materials with a woven jute sole. Covet has confirmed they do not use any animal-based glue. Available in Black and White.
13. Call it Spring Savannah 2.5″ Platform Heel. Made with all vegan leather materials. Available in Black, Clear, and Bone ($55, On Sale $41). Call it Spring has confirmed all of their glues are animal-free.
14. Matt & Nat’s Aloe Vegan Low 2″ Heel Wedge Shoes made with 100% Polyurethane and thermoplastic rubber ($95, On Sale $48). Available in Black or Blossom.
15. Matisse’s Ocean Ave 3″ Block Platform Sandal made with braided raffia and synthetic leather ($48). Available in Black, Cognac, or Natural Raffia. Matisse has confirmed they do not use animal-based glues and only use water-based glues.
I love a pair of slip-on or strappy vegan wedge sandals as they’re super comfortable to wear while providing some height. Also, a nice pair of quality wedge sandals pull together any look, whether it’s paired with linen shorts, a summer dress, or some light-wash denim.
Let me know in the comments which of these vegan wedge sandals do you like most? Or if you have a request for any vegan fashion/shoe guides that I should do next!