Eco-Friendly Vegan Bags

The market for vegan fashion is growing rapidly–just like the market for plant-based food! More and more brands are choosing kinder and more sustainable materials that are just as stylish and durable.

Spring is just around the corner, and for many that means a wardrobe change. It’s time to embrace light colors, florals (for spring? groundbreaking.), and luxurious weekender bags for day trips and vacations.

So you don’t have to scour the internet to find compassionate options, here are some eco-friendly and vegan bags we love for spring.

Plus, when you shop at Doshi for a vegan belt or handbag, your purchase will support Compassion Over Killing!

Doshi Paper Backpack – $69.00

This floral recyclable, eco-friendly backpack is made of durable Kraft Paper exterior and Tyvek lining.

VeganWear Gentleman’s Bag – $169.00

This refined and luxurious briefcase is totally vegan.

Doshi Mini Backpack – $59.00

The Debut Mini Backpack is the perfect size to store your essentials and a bit more.

Doshi Studded Backpack – $79.00

The Debut Studded Backpack combines saffiano microfiber with studs on a clean, classic backpack silhouette.


Vegan Outfitters Herbivore Tote – $27.00

For the more casual statement-maker, an adorable tote for groceries or everyday!

Doshi Portrait Tote – $45.00

The Debut Tote is simple yet functional bag made from Tyvek, a recyclable plastic.


Matt & Nat Calvi Bag – $190.00

A beautiful vegan leather weekend bag for those spring and summer weekend trips.

Looking to update your wardrobe, too? Check out some of our favorite t-shirt brands.

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Stuart McDonald is a Creative Writer at Compassion Over Killing (COK), a national non-profit animal protection organization based in Washington, DC. She is passionate about making an ethical lifestyle easy and accessible for all and collaborating across social movements to create a kinder world. She writes about everything vegan: from plant-based eating to activism to legislation. Read her work on and

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