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6 Chic Ways to Wear Fur Coats

ur coats are not the easiest outerwear to don. There’s a fine line that separates you from looking chic and looking like an overdressed yeti. And yet this piece is the easiest thing to throw on if you want to elevate a basic look or make an instant statement. After all, what could be more luxurious than a fur coat? 
 Make sure you are doing it right. Here are celebrity-approved tricks on how to look fabulous in a fur coat! 
 1. Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner arrives at Los Angeles International Airport in California on December 8, 2015

The model/reality star donned the multi-colored Elizabeth and James “Bee” jacket over a cropped top and a pair of RTA Denim “Elson” jeans in black wax. True to her style, she accessorized with a pair of Sandro “Amele” boots and the Givenchy “Lucrezia” bag with the Fendi “Pompom” bag charm on it. 
 2. Poppy Delevingne

Poppy Delevingne at the LOVE Magazine – Christmas party at George Club in London on December 18, 2015

The 29-year-old model and socialite looked glamorous in her white fur coat that she wore over what looks like a leather dress. She also rocked a pair of gorgeous Mary Jane heels and a box clutch. 
 3. Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller at the LOVE Magazine – Christmas party at George Club in London on December 18, 2015

The 33-year-old made up the other half of the fur coat duo at the LOVE Magazine Christmas party in this ensemble. Sienna warmed up in a green coat, which was needed considering the cropped top and matching shorts combo going on in her outfit. She took the warmth meter up with a pair of tights and accessorized with a rust-colored handbag and a pair of platform shoes. 
 4. Rita Ora

Rita Ora leaving One Mayfair after attending a charity event in London on December 15, 2015

The X Factor judge and pop singer bundled up in a green oversized fur coat. She teamed it up with a crisscross-strapped leather top, boyfriend jeans and suede booties. 

 5. Cheryl Fernandez Versini


Cheryl Fernandez Versini seen leaving Fountain Studios in London on December 6, 2015

Rita’s co-X Factor judge, Cheryl Fernandez Versini made her Stella McCartney “Dan” fur free coat look extremely wearable by partnering it with a slogan shirt, a pair of black pants and a pair of thigh-high boots. 

 6. Caggie Dunlop
Caggie Dunlop at the Urban Decay x Gwen Stefani – VIP dinner at Hotel Chantelle in London on December 8, 2015


The Made in Chelsea star opted for a gradient fur outerwear. She wore it two ways – first over a shirt, a pair of black jeans and a pair of sandals and second over a turtleneck top, light washed jeans and booties. There’s no shortage of fur coats these days. We picked out some you might want to add to your closet:

1. DKNY Faux Fur Coat
 2. Philipp Plein Milena Coat
 3. Versace Hooded Coat
 4. Shrimps Faux Fur Striped Coat
 5. Just Female Mawi Coat
 6. By Malene Birger Katinca Faux Fur Coat
 7. Dorothee Schumacher Faux Fur Coat

Filed Under: By Malene Birger, Caggie Dunlop, Cheryl Cole, Coat, Collarless, DKNY, Dorothee Schumacher, Faux Fur, Fur, Fur-Lined, Just Female, Kendall Jenner, Long Coat, Overcoat, Philipp Plein, Poppy Delevingne, Rita Ora, Shrimps, Sienna Miller, Tailored, Top Coat, Versace

 source:jacket.yournextshoes.com  BY KATHY NOTO

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