Actually, the fo9x would much rather his skin be worn for warmth, then to see someone is fake fur, or nylon, for that matter. Leather and fur are best outerwear possible environmentally speaking. Fake fur and fake leather and all nylon/polyester will stay in a LANDFILL for 1,000 YEARS, LEAKING POISON INTO THE EARTH. So year,better then killing entire species of fox by destroying their habitat. But5 you know shallow people; One million fox lives lost is a statistic, one fox life lost is a tragedy. Until we GROW UP.
I think that coat is absolutely gorgeous, despite all the little foxies that died along the way. I just can’t help myself.
I wonder if it’s a vintage coat. Something about the belt makes me think it is from the 70′s.
I saw a really cute white fur swing coat at an antiques store down the street from me in Chicago. I feared that if I wore it someone would through an egg at me, so because of that and the fact that I couldn’t afford it I passed.
I just can’t stop myself from saying the woman in the photo is a “foxy” lady.
I have been the recipient of 3 beautiful fur coats that belonged to older relatives…..I no longer wear fur myself for ethical reasons, but because of sentiment am unable to dispose of these vintage fur coats which my forbears loved. I also feel that to dispose of them disrespects the animals….WHAT IS ONE TO DO. It is also important to remember that faux fur is made with petrochemicals and represent an enviromental issue.
I do not wear fur either, it would give me goosebumps, but all the fur hate is too much. And indeed, there is too much vintage fur out there, which would really be a waste if not properly worn. Whatever, extremes never helped.