7 Cruelty-Free Snow Clothes Your Winter Wardrobe Needs

7 Cruelty-Free Snow Clothes Your Winter Wardrobe Needs

Staying chic and cruelty-free is a difficult feat come snow season. Most snow-proof clothing is either made from wool, leather, or down feathers–or it’s simply not flattering. But these slick snow essentials prove it’s possible to stay stylishly vegan while walking in a winter wonderland.

Cruelty-Free Snow Clothes

1. Thermal Top

Free People Thermal Top

Thermal tops lock in heat and are perfect for layering under snow jackets. This bandana print thermal by Free People is trendy and practical. Plus, it has a stretchy fit that’ll prevent you from feeling trapped beneath your layers.

2. Softshell Anorak

Jessica Simpson Softshell Anorak

Jessica Simpson is one of my go-to brands for vegan snow jackets. Each season, there are usually at least three different cruelty-free styles to choose from. This soft shell anorak is perfect for wearing over a few layers on winter outings.

3. Quilted Puffer Jacket

Jessica Simpson Quilted Puffer Jacket

This sleek puffer jacket by Jessica Simpson is perfect for staying extra warm with its polyester filling. Plus, it has a removable faux fur hood which will allow you to switch up your look. Water-resistant polyester means you’ll stay dry all day long in this cruelty-free snow coat.

4. Skinny Ski Pants

Topshop Skinny Ski Pants

These slick ski pants have a skinny silhouette and are fitted closely to ensure you’ll look sophisticated. Their design allows you to ski effortlessly without being weighed or slowed down by baggy pants.

5. Floral Snow Pants

Burton Floral Snow Pants

If snowboarding is your preferred snowsport, then these floral Burton snow pants are a must. The whimsical print will keep you looking trendy as you ride down the mountain. Plus, they are waterproof and very breathable with zipper vents running through the sides.

6. Colorblock Leggings

Free People Colorblock Leggings

A comfy pair of leggings layered under your snow clothes are essential. The stretchy feel of these colorblock Free People leggings makes them ideal for both snow sports or just wintery walks. They’re also high-waisted which means they have the perfect rise for staying put as you move about.

7. Faux Leather Gloves

Marmot Faux Leather Gloves

Finding gloves made without leather is always a challenge. But these Marmot gloves will keep your hands dry and warm with their faux leather coating and polyester-fleece interior. The printed trim adds a trendy touch that’ll help you stand out.

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Karissa Bowers

Karissa Bowers is a fashion and food blogger living a compassionate lifestyle. Karissa is the blogger of Vegan À La Mode where she shares her favorite vegan and gluten-free recipes and also her eco-friendly cruelty-free style. Her love for photographing food and her outfits, drove her to develop a passion for photography. After a few years of honing in on her photography skills, Karissa launched her business, Karissa Bowers Photography, where she shoots weddings and portraits. When she’s not taking photos or in the kitchen, you can find Karissa traveling and trying new vegan restaurants.