faux fur

The "wounded animal" was actually a faux fur collar.
You learn something new every day.
Akin to my theory of really loving each piece of clothing that you own and making every accessory work to empower you and make you stand out, here's a roundup of "happy" fall trends that should make you smile for ease of style or spunk of character or simple wear-ability.
Erin runs product development at Supreme, and while that's quite the day job, I get what's missing... girls clothes.
Adding textures to your home can be a bit tricky, as it can go boho fast and love-shack even faster, if not edited appropriately.
I wonder if the wearing and promotion of the "faux," normalized the style, causing the explosive resurgence of real fur back to the center of our culture. I believe that wearing anything that looks like fur advertises the trend and encourages others to dress that way.
For quite some time now, fashion bloggers have been well en route to becoming Fashion's loudest voices when it comes to bringing
Snuggle up this season and channel your inner Hollywood starlet in one of this season's most luxurious materials: faux fur.
From Mother Nature Network's Laura Moss: The Humane Society of the United States issued a consumer warning earlier this week
How can consumers protect themselves from incorrectly labeled garments that contain fur? The best course of action is urging retailers like Century 21 to go fur-free.
"Recognize these cynical marketing ploys for what they are -- nonsense."