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Latest Openings: Fully Vegan Store In New York Featuring Shoes and Clothing

by | May 28, 2019

A vegan couple from upstate New York has recently ventured into an exciting new business. They’ve set up a whole new vegan store in New York. The cruelty-free retail outlet will offer you everything vegan- from shoes to clothing, till accessories. Know more here.

Latest Openings: Fully Vegan Store In New York Featuring Shoes and Clothing
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Latest Openings: Fully Vegan Store In New York Featuring Shoes and Clothing

The brainchild of the Civic couples- The Vegan Outfitter, as the new retail outlet is called, opens at upstate New York. Although, it may not be supremely difficult to find cruelty-free outfits, shoes, and accessories in the Big Apple, nonetheless, having a dedicated store that stockpiles everything vegan, is indeed getting rain, without asking for clouds.

The couple, who’ve been vegans for as long as 27-years have had other cruelty-free entrepreneurial efforts as well. Like, they had a dedicated travel agency which provided vegans with traveling aids for vacations, according to media outlet The Record. It is also known that they ran a store that sold tough veganized leather goods.  Now, their next venture is a whole new retail outlet.

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Latest Openings: Fully Vegan Store In New York Featuring Shoes and Clothing

The retail outlet sells all sorts of quality cruelty-free items under one roof. From shoes to clothing, and even fashion accessories like belts, wallets, jackets, and stuff, you can expect them all in the shop. Everything, sourced from ethical and vegan suppliers. The cruelty-free outfitter is located at 465 Fulton St. in downtown Troy and according to The Record, the same is first-in-kind in the area.

What’s best? The owners did research on all the items that are on sale in the shops, to make sure all of them are 100% cruelty-free. Moreover, they’re PETA approved too. With the prices, reportedly competitive to online sales, The shop will offer items made from cruelty-free materials like faux leather made of high-quality polyurethane, organic cotton, recycled materials, pineapple leaves, microfibers, and other exotic fabrications, that are environmentally safe. Jed Civic, co-owner, and the operator was quoted as saying-

“We’ve always been trying to promote veganism in some way, and we feel that the vegan community has grown enough so that it can support a business like this now.

“We feel that the items we carry are good quality and comparable in price to what other stores carry for leather goods.

“So the word vegan should not deter non-vegans from coming in to see what we have to offer.”

Jed Civic via troyrecord.com
Credit: The Vegan Outfitter/ Facebook
Latest Openings: Fully Vegan Store In New York Featuring Shoes and Clothing

Cruelty-Free Outfit Stores in New York

The owners- Susan and Jed Civic seek to cater to every client, irrespective of their dietary choices because they believe a good collection of outfits must attract and appeal all.

Speaking about New York and its vegan shops, there is a handful. Eateries are quite available, but outfit store? You’ll probably have to find hard. For instance, cruelty-free shoes and sneakers are sold by MooShoes at 78 Orchard Street, New York. Get your hands on some highly fashionable shoes, sneakers and more.

In the same way, there is Vaute, a beautiful fashion-label. The ‘V’ of Vaute stands for vegan. You can get some amazing high-quality, locally sewn fashion wears from coats to cocktail wears in this store. Hop into their 114 Stanton Street, New York, location.

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Latest Openings: Fully Vegan Store In New York Featuring Shoes and Clothing

Now, people of upstate have a great shop at their convenience, to adopt cruelty-free fashion in no-time! What do you think about the new retail store? Let me know your thoughts in comments.

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