I know, I know, I said it before, animal print is still on. Me no likey fur (at least not natural fur) so let me just say that this happens to the urban fashpopulation during Fashion Week. In London. (photo via)
September 24th, 2009 by kpriss | Dresses, Trends
On my 20 BD I received a fur coat as a present (tiger print) but I only wear it once, I have to admit I’m not into animal print. Two years ago I bought myselft a white fur coat, not natural of course, and I wear it every winter. It’s amazing that was very cheap and I didn’t expect it to last so long, is not even dirty, no matter the rain or snow. I like it:)
Ditto, no animal print here anymore. I’ve got rid off it in my wardrobe and house around 2000. Except on (fake) belt and cute summer platforms just because I love them still. To look at :))
My grandmother and mother wore it, fake of course they were poor, I wore it, also fake because I do not want to wear another creature’s skin. Fake fur is indeed also nice and warm.
The only thing that has changed that every generation seems has a different animal print wearers!
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