Luxurious Faux Furs: A Vintage Must-Have For Winter!
It’s hard to imagine a black and white film where Greta Garbo, Jayne Mansfield, or the like did not drape themselves in this ultimate winter indulgence. In the 30s 40s and 50s, furs were all the rage. These items were so luxurious and expensive as to be almost unattainable, the ultimate symbol of wealth and elegance.
However, with prices of authentic fur coats so high (not to mention PETA campaigns souring desire for the real thing) faux fur is now the way to go. Snap up one of these silky-soft beauties, if you haven’t already. You won’t regret it!
A beautiful coat is not only a wardrobe staple, but a thing to fall in love with. Choose one of the following styles and make an elegant vintage statement during the icy winter months!
So, what do you think? Which faux fur style is your favorite? Have you found another winter fur that you like better? Leave a comment and let us know…
Posted on November 29, 2011, in Women's Fashion & Style and tagged 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, Black Pinup Coat, Black Vintage Coat, Chinchilla Coats, Coats, Faux Chinchilla Coats, Faux Fabulous Fashion, Faux Fur Coats, Faux Mink Coats, Fur Coats, Long Coats, Lucky 13, Mink Coats, Pinup Coats, Red Pinup Coat, Red Vintage Coat, Roll Collar Coat, Vintage Coats, Vintage Winter Coats, White Pinup Coat, White Vintage Coat, Winter Coats. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.