If you think vegan shoes are all about the sweaty plastic, think again!
Solana makes their footwear from recycled velvet, organic cotton, and other sustainable materials. And each design is infused with the beauty of artisanal details, such as handmade tassels or embroidery.
This is not your ordinary shoe company. Solana has been designed to elevate human stories and principles of cultural and environmental sensitivity through sustainable footwear. Born as the result of decades spent traveling and immersion into cultures around the globe, Solana is the culmination of Founder Yasmine Idriss’ unique life story and her mission to inspire pioneers of the future to create a cleaner and more culturally conscious world.
Yasmine’s American, Lebanese, Saudi, and Syrian (in alphabetical order) background has reinforced her understanding of the world, the complexities and nuance of tradition, and the stark realities of division. Having experienced firsthand the beauty of diversity and the power of widening perspectives, her goal is to inspire curiosity in foreign customs through a unique and beautiful shoe. Yasmine believes the world may begin to heal when individuals care for the planet, celebrate differences, and initiate conversations that bring people together.
Consistent with her purpose, Solana is committed to authenticity, sustainability, and quality craftsmanship. Solana shoes are handcrafted in Spain with impeccable attention to detail, remaining true to a time-honored espadrille heritage.
As part of Solana’s mission to create a cleaner world, every shoe is ethically made with the finest vegan and sustainable materials.
Solana is convinced anyone who wears their shoes will fall in love with them, whether they’re mules or espadrilles. And that’s why they’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win the pair of shoes of their choice!
For more information and to see styles, click here.
To enter, just fill in the form below.
Competition ends February 28 2021. Good luck!
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