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Fashion Bloggers Rock Faux Fur At Snowy New York Fashion Week

Fashion bloggers and editors have been keeping warm in a similar fashion at New York Fashion Week Fall 2013. We have seen everything from moonboots in the front row of the Herve Leger runway show to Christian Louboutin heels treking through the slushy snow. The show goes on! Fashion bloggers are always setting trends and one type of coat they are all wearing is the faux fur. These bloggers are less concerned with the snow from Nemo, but more concerned with being marshmellowy warm with their faux fur coat.

Aimee Song of Song of Style wore a colorblocked Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent faux fur brown and white shaggy jacket.  Lindsey Calla of Saucy Glossie also wore the same faux fur coat with jeans, lace up Hunter boots, her Celine phantom bag, and a baseball cap at NYFW. Joelle Regh is pictured with Lindsey wearing a vintage faux fur by Adolph Schuman for Lilli Ann. Alicia Lund of Cheetah is the New Black recently also wore the same jacket. Available here. Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad wears a Guess white faux fur jacket with a white Kenzo tiger sweatshirt during Day 3 of New York Fashion Week. Julie Sarinana of Sincerely Jules wears a colored River Island faux fur jacket, Anine Bing leather skinny leggings and a leopard Clare Vivier clutch. Aimee Song wears a BSABLE faux fur blue feather coat with a trucker hat and white pants during NYFW.

Amanda Del Duca wears a Chaser blue and white faux fur jacket with leather leggings while Rachel Lynch of I Hate Blonde wears the same coat with a Minkpink yellow cutout dress and Jeremy Scott for Linda Farrow happy face sunglasses. Lynch is pictured with her friend Rachel-Marie Iwanyszyn of Jaglever wearing a Romwe black faux fur coat. Even the Texas fashion bloggers wore faux fur. Lauren Scruggs, editor of Lolo Magazine and Shannon Yoachum of Style by Lolly both wore a faux fur coat while taking a photo with friend, and fashion blogger, Courtney Kerr of What Courtney Wore and Most Eligible Dallas. What does day 4 of fashion week bring?

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Aimee Song of style twelfth street cynthia vincent brown white faux fur jacket new york fashion week

SHOP THIS JACKET (exact): Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent Faux Fur Jacket – $207

Lindsey Calla in a Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent faux fur coat with Joelle Regh wearing a vintage Adolph Schuman for Lilli Ann faux fur

Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad wears a Guess white faux fur coat during the Herve Leger show at NYFW

Sincerely Jules wears a River Island colored faux fur coat at NYFW

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Aimee Song wears a BSABLE faux fur feather coat during the snow storm in New York

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Amanda Del Duca wears a Chaser Dip Dye blue and white faux fur coat during New York Fashion Week

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Rachel Lynch wears a Chaser blue / white faux fur coat with Rachel Marie Iwanyszyn of Jaglever in a black Romwe faux fur

Lauren Shruggs in a black faux fur coat, Shannon Yoachum in a leopard faux fur, and Courtney Kerr at NYFW

 

One Response

  1. Mark Miller

    FAKE fur….please. You might as well just wear a Trash Bag as they are both hideous to look at, both made from Petroleum (That is OIL for you fashion bloggers) and yes that is right they do NOT keep you warm, are not durable, look shabby when wet, they are not biodegradable….and not renewable or recyclable. And before you jump on that killing animals for fashion thing…OIL….how many animals DIE annually as a result of OIL?
    Well that answer is actually TOO MANY to count….and the enviromental impact is long lasting…..

    Sadly fake fur is a trend that leans toward the disposable. It is not investment dressing or purchasing a product that will last or look good 2, 5, 20 years from now….it is a wear it today trash it tommorow trend….do we need to fill anymore landfills with bad fashion?

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