Tuesday, December 3, 2013


As you may have read in my earlier post, I can never be too warm in the winter.  Last winter, I hopped on the faux fur trend without hesitation, and I've never looked back.  I bought two jackets (one brand new with the tags) at Clementine consignment boutique.  The other is a vest that is surprisingly warm and versatile.  I have no buyer's remorse whatsoever, as I've worn all three a lot.  I wear them with everything from cocktail dresses to jeans.  The options are endless!

Here are some great looking faux furs that I found on Etsy.  Maybe you need one for a holiday party?  Or just because?  The prices are so reasonable on some that they could make a good gift for a very good and lucky friend!

 Martini Mermaid, $165

Riley Bella Vintage, $44

Jenny and Pearl, $45

Yesteryear's Threads, $36

Buzzing Bees Vintage, $130

Ruby Rose 805, $58

Do you like the idea of fur jackets but have a hard time styling them?  I'd love to help!  If you want to know more about my personal styling services in Richmond, VA, I would love to hear from you.  Let's connect!

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