Outfit | The Head-Turning Faux Fur Coat

16. March 2018

Wearing: By Malene Birger Faux Fur Coat (from 3 seasons back, but shop similar on a budget here and here), House of Dagmar Leather Pants (similar options herehere, and here), Burberry Sock Boots (affordable alternatives here and here), Keepsake Turtleneck (old but similar here), Saint Laurent Bag, and Céline Edge Sunglasses c/o Pretavoir

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Guaranteed to make head turns, this By Malene Birger faux fur coat has never failed me at keeping me warm, cozy, and stylish when it’s cold outside.


by malene birger faux fur coat

by malene birger faux fur coat
     by malene birger faux fur coat

Let’s face it — the options to look stylish in winter are limited, since you basically have  to pack yourself. For this reason alone, owning one or two statement, head-turning coats is a must. A year back I bought this By Malene Birger faux fur coat on sale knowing very well I would wear it many times for seasons to come. And indeed, it has become a life saver so often, it was totally worth the investment.

I wore this coat at the beginning of last year during Milan Fashion Week and was told by a taxi driver who had worked previously on the real fur industry (sadly), that he had thought at first it was real fur, since it was so well hand-crafted. I’m not sure whether that is a good thing or not, since I am no supporter of the devastatingly cruel fur industry, but I do agree with him it is a finely crafted piece, like basically everything from By Malene Birger.

Wishing you all a lovely Friday. x

By the way, if you’re curious of more ways in which I’ve styled this coat previously take a look here and here.

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