M&S’s new vegan footwear range is full of brilliant buys – including these £25 multicolour trainers

High street hero Marks and Spencer are ahead of the fashion curve once again – this time with a range of vegan-friendly shoes.

Thanks to increasing demand from their loyal customers, M&S’ clothing technologists have gone the extra mile to create a footwear collection that’s 100% vegan friendly. And with so many of us worrying more and more about the ethical impact of fast fashion, it’s music to our ears.

Even better – prices start from just £25, so you’re not damaging your bank account or the environment. A win-win indeed.

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Perfect for work or play, all of the shoes are made with M&S’ foot-loving Insolia and Airflex technologies – so you don’t have to compromise on comfort. Wear their on-trend flats for a lunch with friends, or slip on a low-heeled point to elevate a casual outfit.

So, if you missed the Veganuary memo and want to revamp your look whilst showing the planet some love, get shopping now.

We’ve picked our favourite pieces to help make your decision-making process a little easier. See you at the checkout!

Set to become a spring wardrobe staple, we can’t stop thinking about these bold and bright trainers. The rainbow stripes add an on-trend edge, whilst the classic shape means they’re still easy to style. Not only could you pair them with jeans and a t-shirt, but they’ll look just as good with a ditsy floral midi dress. Stay chic, but most importantly stay comfortable.

Maximise your cost-per-wear by treating yourself to these tonal slingbacks – the neutral shade means they’ll go with pretty much any outfit. Plus, the added beauty of a smaller block heel is that they will keep you going from day to night.

What better time to experiment with colours than spring? A punchy red shoe is not only the perfect for Valentine’s Day, but an easy way for colour-phobes to liven up their wardrobes. With these beauties, you can’t go wrong.

Fashion Assistant and Stylist

Alannah Newnham graduated from Durham University in 2018 with a degree in English Literature and following internships at publications including The Sun Fashion Desk and woman&home she went on to become a freelance Fashion Assistant.