I’m loving this return of fur, but vintage fur specifically. There’s no need for new fur. Between thousands of vintage pieces available and gorgeous faux fur, it’s perfectly possible to look stylish without any more harm done.
When I saw the word “fur” in the headline, I though I wasn’t going to like the photos, as I’m not big on fur, but for some reason I love the outfit in the second photo. May also have something to do with her fabulous shades and trousers
I really like the fur, but the black on black sweater and pants combo the second woman is wearing is so cool! It looks so worn-in, comfy and stylish! I slightly prefer her a bit more; she seems more carefree and like she’s really enjoying her life, all the while naturally pulling off such a fierce & chic look.
I’m surprised more people aren’t bothered by it being fur. Even if we wear second hand/vintage fur, by promoting it in this way, doesn’t it just create a demand? Or maybe they’re faux? Either way all I can think about is that there is very strong marketing out there trying to convince consumers that real fur is ok. http://furcritique.blogspot.co.nz/p/fur-is-green-factsheet.html
I just think, in order for fashion to be beautiful, it has to be ethical too.
I searched for hours for this second image on your blog tonight, and I’m glad I found it! I saw it here last year, and dragged it to my inspiration folder, but lost my hard drive, and have been thinking about it since. Yay. Love.