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Faux fur coats for winter looks

Fur coats from different colors and models are flooding street style of fashion weeks and do not go out of trend for the last few seasons. Bright fur coats are on trend the last few years. All kinds of styles and colors, they flooded the podiums and streets.

As natural fur coat may look too luxurious and pretentious, faux variants can be perfectly combined with everyday looks allowing to experiment with style. And yet, the question is “With what I can style it?”. The answer is – with anything! There is such a variety of models that one coat can make dozens of successful combinations!

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Of course, I couldn’t miss the gorgeous faux fur coat by Tularosa at Revolve. I styled it with a perfect pair of jeans from GRLFRND Denim.

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Fur coats in the style of patchwork and oversized models with long nap also look great with jeans. There are a lot of great models at Revolve, especially styles by Tularosa, House of Harlow and Majorelle. In order to not turn into a giant cloud on two sticks, you should still understand your body and choose the size and style of the coat in which you can not wrap another three gypsies with horses! 🙂

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The advantages of faux fur:

1 First of all, faux fur coats do not require special storage and care.

2 Mole does not like artificial fiber.

3 Fur coats from artificial fur are easy to clean and do not change in size when washing (yes, they can be washed in a regular washing machine).

4 Not afraid of chemical reagents, salt and rain.

Make sure to order your favorite models at Revolve now, so you can still be on point for this winter season.

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Photography by Linh Bay Bong.

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