For anyone who has ever bought a winter coat, hat or boots, you should be more than familiar with faux fur. This amazing creation has evolved tremendously since its inception. No longer is it just additional trim on fashion items but whole garments are being crafted out of it. It’s less expensive, easier to clean and animal friendly compared to natural fur and it’s being used more and more by major fashion houses.
Almost all high street stores are now selling faux fur jackets, in the store I work in, they also sell these 'fur jackets'. Because of this I have seen how people can try on the ghastly things, and start swanning around or strutting their stuff as if they are modelling the Emperor's New Clothes. In reality, they are just wearing German Shepherd but seem to think they are decked in the finest of Chinchillas.
Now I am not a member of PETA, nor am I an animal lover, my typical West-African diet does not allow me to be one, its a Thursday so I am just sharing my thoughts. Wearing a faux fur coat is cool, but a one that drapes to floor like the one that got Frank Lucas (American Gangster) in trouble or one with bristling with whiskers is a no-no.
Faux fur jackets are the popular items for women outwear each year. The above faux fur jacket is our special design for Nov and Dec Wedding in this Winter.
Fox fur collar
Fox fur collar
Faux Fur Bolero
Our goods are from Haining, Zhejiang, worldwide known as the city of genuine fur of China. You can google and find it. Our products have been exported to Europe and US.
100% imported mink fur
Collection Of Faux Fur CoatsFake fur, also called fun fur or faux fur, is any material made of synthetic fibers designed to resemble fur, normally as part of a piece of clothing. It was first introduced in 1929 and has been commercially available since the 1950s, but its increasing popularity has been credited to its promotion by animal rights and animal welfare organizations which claim that it is an animal-friendly alternative to traditional fur clothing.