Danaerys? I was thinking the same. I like the silver-blue against the fur colour, though simultaneously I think, ‘Oh, dear; it’s a daring act to wear fur,’ and that I’d like to see that lovely natural colcur take over.
Just wondering if this was a vintage fur coat, would it be better to wear it or throw it to the trash? Wouldn’t it be a waste of the animals if we tossed the coat, seeing they already gave their life.
wear the coat. It looks beautiful on you.
I agree with all comments here. First, she is a stunning young lady who looks fantastic and distinctive. Second, there is NOTHING WRONG with wearing vintage fur. I have two furs from my mom–from the 1940s and 1950s, as well as a stunning vintage fur I rescused from a thrift that is my pride and joy. Research revealed it was made for a client by an exclusive store back in the 60s. It is an ode to bespoke and to a workmanship and craft now available only to the very, very rich. In the realm of recycling and re-use, vintage furs are useful and serve a purpose–such as keeping the wearer warm. Other suggestions for vintage fur use: A charity accepts donated old furs and makes teddy bears from them to raise money for ill children. I like the suggestion of donating the coats to a homeless shelter, if one is uncomfortable wearing vintage fur and has one. And remember, judgement is the worst flaw of all. Just sayin’.
I totally agree concerning this dilemma. When I inherited several fur coats some years ago, I solved it my way by donating them to homeless people who need maximum protection from the cold, figuring they would wear the furs in the sense in which they were originally worn – as a means of survival.