Accessorize just launched an affordable vegan bag collection

January is not only the month to go booze-free but it is also a time of year where many embrace Veganism by participating in Veganuary. And while you cut out meat and dairy from your diets, it might be time try out vegan fashion too.

Accessorize vegan bags
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Luckily, there are plenty of brands that support and produce vegan friendly products, the latest being Accessorize. The popular high street retailer has just launched a brand new collection of vegan handbags making vegan fashion more accessible than ever.

The new range has officially been registered with The Vegan Society and contains zero animal products and guess what? They all look incredible.

Featuring a mix of different styles, designs and colours, the collection has something for everyone. From spring-appropriate pastel pink to classic black, brown and navy colourways, it’s impressive to say the least.

Accessorize vegan bags
Accessorize

The collection consist of 14 bags, all of which have purse-friendly price points ranging from as little as £25 to £42.

The handbag collection is part of Accessorize’s wider initiative ‘Designed for Good.’ This aims to produce stylish products using cruelty-free, environmentally conscious methods without compromising on the aesthetics of the end result. Hence why their sustainable leather bags look just as good as the real deal.

On Instagram, the brand also stated it is ‘working to make more of its best sellers vegan by spring 2020’ and judging by this latest collection, it looks like they’re on track for that.

5 of the best Accessorize vegan bags to shop now

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Morgan Vegan Work Tote Bag, £42, Accessorize

 

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Taylor Vegan Cross Body Bag, £25, Accessorize

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Dolly Vegan Colour-Block Tote Bag, £29, Accessorize 

Accessorize vegan bags
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Emmy Vegan Quilted Backpack, £37.50, Accessorize

 

Accessorize vegan bags
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Nerissa Vegan Handbag, £32, Accessorize

 

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