I’m so glad that faux fur is having an extended moment—in fact, I think perhaps it has moved on from moment status to classic, do you not agree? I like it because it’s fun and a little sexy (depending on how you play it) and, not incidentally, so very warm—which means a lot to me because lately there is nothing I dislike as much as being cold. I do think this one looks quite cozy, and has such good lines. It’d be great with a flowy dress.
I like how this has the lines of a classic winter overcoat, but it’s furry. Also, the camel color is chic.
But could anything be happier than this red option?
A very sophisticated choice, with a slightly flared sleeve, which usually I don’t like but that I approve of here.
I want this one from Vince bad: it’d be so cute with jeans and big boots.
And this toggle coat is high on my list, too: there is just something so perfectly Ali McGraw about a toggle coat.
I love the idea of faux fur in a rich navy.
Whenever I’m on the Upper East Side in the winter, I marvel at how warm all the fancy ladies look in their super-long fur coats. I’m not especially jealous as I’m not a fur-wearer, but I do think there’s something to all that length. This would be my version of that look.
I believe this shaggy number may be my favorite of the bunch: so Lady Rock Star.
And why not a yellow jacket? Do you know how hard it would be to stay in a bad mood in a yellow jacket?
This cropped jacket would look fantastic with a hoodie layered under it.
Another very cozy choice.
A Levi’s trucker jacket, all done up in faux.
A leopard print bomber that’d be fun for nights out or whenever.
I like the side-button closure here.
This is just so sweet, and eminently layer-able.
I like the wide lapels here.
And finally: the ribbon trim really makes this one.