Faux Fur Fashions for the Season

Faux Fur Fashions
1. Steve Madden Plush Coat 2. Dennis Basso Faux  Fur Coat 3. Hell Bunny London Coat 4. Shrimps Faux Fur Dulcie Coat

I didn’t expect to embrace the faux fur fashions trend that’s warming store shelves this season. But I surprised myself when I tried on a faux fur infinity scarf last week. The fabric was soft and luxurious. I could imagine wearing this on my cold commute and feeling like I was getting a warm hug around my neck the whole time. And the realistically elegant faux made me feel like Jackie O. or Samantha Parkington. So here’s a round up of some classic cold-weather outerwear favorites updated with fur trimmings.

Faux Fur Fashions: Accessories

Like me, you might be surprised at the very real prices on these faux items. I adore the swinging, mid-century shape of the coats from London fashion newcomer Shrimps (pictured above in pink) but that’s a lot of money to drop on a trend. Accessorizing with faux is a little easier on the wallet and just as cozy as a full faux coat.
Faux Fur Fashions Winter Accessories                           Cashmere and Faux Fur Mittens / Oasis Gray Faux Fur Headband

Can we talk about just how much I love these pieces? Those gloves! That headband! Looking at them makes me want to go for a walk on a snowy city street lined in white Christmas lights. For a bit of glam, pair either of these with a simple wool coat for the perfect touch of fur.

For an even more cost effective way to embrace faux, the fabric store has a selection of fur fabrics and I’m eager to find some ways to DIY faux fur fashions this fall. Will you incorporate faux fur into your outerwear somehow this season?

2 Comments on Faux Fur Fashions for the Season

  1. Dahlia Joseph
    November 30, 2014 at 6:40 pm (6 years ago)

    I’m a fan of faux fur, you can be warm and cozy while looking like a million bucks! You can’t go wrong with that!

    • admin
      November 30, 2014 at 8:15 pm (6 years ago)

      So very true. Thanks for reading, Dahlia!


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