Friend of the Healthy Voyager, Vegan Fashion Maven Chloe Jo Davis of The Girlie Girl Army, shares her picks for the hottest Fall styles in vegan baby shoes!

You sport the latest OlsenHaus and Cri De Coeur on your swank toesies, why shouldn’t your little one? Here are some of our favorite cruelty-free (as if we’d put dead baby animal skins on our little baby!) kicks for Fall.  PS: OlsenHaus designed a small collection of vegan baby shoes, mustard faux-suede motorcycle boots, anyone?  They are available for order via Sudo Shoes in Massachusetts. And believe it or not, Children’s Place is a treasure trove of affordable, vegan kids and baby shoes!

In the meantime…

For your wee Skater Girl/ Boy.

Plaid-Trim High-Top Sneakers for Baby, $16.50 @oldnavy.comPlaid-Trim High-Top Sneakers for Baby, $16.50 @oldnavy.com

So cute with big thick tights or knee-socks.

Native Kids Shoes, $34.99 @ zappos.com

Ziggy Starbaby in the house.

Silly Souls Rock Star baby shoes, $25 @nimli.comSilly Souls Rock Star baby shoes, $25 @nimli.com

Work boots never stop looking precious on little kids (or sexy on beefy men or strong women.)

Toddler Waterproof Boot, $22.99 @payless.comToddler Waterproof Boot, $22.99 @payless.com

Ain’t it good to know that New Balance are almost all vegan for little kids?  And so supportive and comfortable.

New Balance Infant Running, $39.99 @shopnewbalance.comNew Balance Infant Running, $39.99 @shopnewbalance.com

What could be better for the snow?  A boot with pink pops!

Columbia Powderbug Print, $45 @piperlime.com

Your swinging 60’s go-go baby will look to-die-for in these.

Ankle Boots for Baby, $19.50 @oldnavy.comAnkle Boots for Baby, $19.50 @oldnavy.com

Thanks Chloe for your awesome tips on how to style our vegan offspring!

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