Fuzzy, fluffy fur coats, vests and boots are snuggly and lovely. To many people, wearing clothing made out of real fur is a no no, for both the animal and the person draped in the soft duds.

Welcome, faux fur!

Faux fur, also called fun fur and fake fur, is any material made of synthetic fibers designed to resemble real fur, normally as part of a piece of clothing. Faux fur can be sewn on a sewing machine. While faux fur contains the warmth, glamour and high fashion essence that real fur provides, unlike natural fur, fake fur is ethical and animal cruelty free.

Create a stir wrapped in fabulous faux fur!

Faux Fur Fun Fact: Fake fur isn’t only used in clothing. Faux fur is used to make stuffed animals, fashion accessories and home decorations, such as pillows, bedding and throw items. Faux fur was first introduced in 1929 and has been commercially available since the 1950s, but the faux fur’s increase in popularity has been credited to its promotion by animal rights and animal welfare organizations, which claim that faux fur rocks in the fact that it saves the lives of innocent animals.

“Excuse me, you are looking quite foxy in that fluffy fox fur that you are wearing.”
“Oh, this is fluffy faux fox fur. The fox didn’t feel like sharing!”

Blow them away coated in faux fur coats whose fashion charm and pizzazz are here to stay.

Advantages of Using Faux Fur in Clothing:

  1. Faux fur is humane and animal cruelty free
  2. Faux fur is a fabric (as opposed to real hair/fur) therefore, it is easy to sew with
  3. Faux fur doesn’t require or encourage breeding of animals in factory farms (as real fur does)
  4. Faux fur doesn’t require cold storage to prevent deterioration
  5. Faux fur doesn’t appear appetizing to moths
  6. Faux fur is gorgeous to look at

Materials that can be used to make faux fur include blends of acrylic and modacrylic polymers derived from coal, air, water, limestone and petroleum.

Boots, the perfect winter shoe, always appear stylish and fashion forward when the magnificent, furry shoes are walking toward you! Keep your feet warm and your look pure glam when your boots are coated in faux fur raccoon or ram!

Faux Fur Fun Fact: Fake fur has been increasingly used in mainstream fashion. Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle use faux fur for trapper hats and jackets. In the Russian Army, fish fur is used as a slang term for the fake fur that is used on winter clothing and hats. Major fashion icons, such as Ralph Lauren and Chanel, have promoted faux fur in their runway collections.

Look too real to be true when dressed in faux fur, which will surely do grandly for you!
Faux fur makes perfect coats, vests, hats, shawls, etc. to wear in the rain, as the synthetic materials will not rot or smell if they get wet or drenched. Faux fur equals no stench.

So much of fashion allows you to create magical, ethereal, over the top illusions of elegance and wonderment. Battling the cold and braving icy elements in faux fur is chic, trendy and relevant. Fashion is fierce, fantastic and fabulous fun. Faux fur, no matter how the fake hair is worn, always looks well done.

Make a real entrance in faux fur. Fake fur looks like the real deal!

Whether you are adorned in faux fur to be cozy and warm, or merely to tear up the town, when dressed in fake fur you will both create and survive a fashion storm and a natural storm.

Faux Fur Tip: Faux fur is the perfect fashion item to wear on special occasions! Feel like a million bucks in a garment that is reasonably priced!

With faux fur you save animals lives and your money, as faux fur is much less expensive than real fur.

My words ring true! Fake fur makes for a fabulous you! Now, why would I lie to you?

Nancy Mangano is an American beauty/fashion/style influencer, fashion journalist, screenwriter and author of the Natalie North murder mystery book series. Visit Nancy on her global online fashion/style/beauty magazine Strutting in Style! at https://www.struttinginstyle.com, her Facebook page Nancy Mangano at  https://www.facebook.com/nancymmangano/  Twitter @https://twitter.com/nancymangano and her author website http://www.nancymangano.com


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