Reformation's fall shoe collection is equal parts chic and eco-friendly originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
After a successful debut of their first-ever shoe collection in May, Reformation is back with an amazing fall lineup.
The latest launch is a nod to the brand's classic inspiration from '90s vintage with fresh new styles that include flats, loafers, mules, heels and boots.
There are also cool crocodile-like textures and fun fuzzy faux-mink additions that start at $148.
This new fall collection carries on Reformation's dedication to creating sustainably made products, and uses materials such as recycled tape zippers, shoelaces from 100% recycled polyester, and chrome-free leather sourced from gold-rated, Lather Working Group certified tanneries.
The brand also uses 20% less virgin plastic by instead combining EVA foam and BLOOM algae in the shoe inserts, part of an effort to help clean the environment while reducing the number of fossil fuels used in traditional shoe manufacturing.
There are eight styles, all ready to be swooned over and shopped for on Reformation's website.