It might not feel like it right now, but frosty-cold days are right around the bend, which means it is time to get cozy in a chic faux fur coat. Naturally, as fashion enthusiasts, you know that faux fur is a major fall trend, thanks in part to heavyweight brands like Chanel, Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs. What you might not know, however, is just how many options and styles are available! Whether you choose a long leopard-print iteration, a shaggy Penny Lane-inspired style, or a simple cropped black capelet, with this many options, you are sure to find something you just love. On that note, we present Top Buys: Faux Fur Coats!
1. Berry Feather Coat (£110) from Miss Selfridge
Our eyes were instantly drawn to this luxe coat, thanks in part to its rich burgundy hue and feathery silhouette. The only problem? There are just so many ways to wear it that we might never take it off! If you find yourself drawn to a rock & roll vibe, pair this coat with leather skinny pants and platform pumps, or a black bandage dress and ankle boots. If you favor a bohemian look, we recommend layering this coat over a pair of jeans, and adding a pair of knee-high leather boots. This look is hippie-luxe with a modern twist.
2. Leopard Vintage Faux Fur Coat ($190) from Topshop
When British TV presenter/model Alexa Chung stepped out in this very coat last year, she caused a shopping frenzy that saw it sell out almost immediately. Happily, Topshop knows when it is onto a good thing and has re-released the coat for fall! So, what do we love most about it? Put simply, we love the way the leopard print makes such a bold statement. Whether you layer this coat over a bright red cocktail dress, or simply pair it with skinny jeans and ballet flats, you are guaranteed to turn heads in every room you enter.
3. Just My Luxe Jacket ($97.99) by Costa Blanca
If you’re ready to wrap up in something warm this winter, this snug faux fur coat by Costa Blanca is sure to do the trick. Firstly, just look at how super-soft and velvety the black faux fur is; it is sure to keep you warm and cozy all winter long. In addition, you’ll find two deep pockets, cropped sleeves, and a belted waist! In the early days of fall, layer it over a little black dress and add platform pumps or a simple pair of ballet flats. When the weather turns, swap out your dress for a great pair of jeans and thigh-high leather boots.
4. Almost Famous Fur Jacket ($248) by Free People
There are several moments in 2000’s Almost Famous where we wish we could raid the suitcase of beautiful Band Aid Penny Lane, a feeling we’re sure you have experienced as well. While this dream will unfortunately never come true, Free People’s shaggy Almost Famous coat brings us one step closer. The oversized silhouette will keep you cozy, and the shaggy white faux fur looks totally modern. How are we styling it? Stay true to Almost Famous’s hippie aesthetic by pairing it with a cropped bohemian top—think crochet, embroidery, lace, or a mix of all three—and bellbottom jeans.
5. Jane Faux Fur Jacket ($98) from Nasty Gal
Whether you’re heading to a holiday party, meeting friends for cocktail hour, or even attending a winter wedding, nothing will take your outfit to the next level like a cropped faux fur jacket, which is just one of the reasons we love this jacket from Nasty Gal. The chocolate-and-taupe striped faux fur lends a glamorous touch to the coat, but the cropped silhouette is what makes it stand out. Whether you throw it loosely over your shoulders, or wrap it around your arms to keep warm, this jacket will instantly elevate any cocktail dress from simple to sensational.
6. Faux Fur Coat ($124.13) by Vila
How passionately do we love this coat? Let us count the ways: (a) Black goes with just about anything and everything we own. (b) The silhouette is so versatile: wear it loose, or pull the belt tight for a fitted look. (c) This coat instantly calls to mind the boho-meets-rocker vibes of Kate Moss and Erin Wasson. What more could we ask for? We recommend wearing this coat all winter long: over a bandage dress, with wide-leg pants and a floppy felt hat, over a body con skirt and pattern tights, or with skinny jeans and boots.
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