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December 6, 2010

Trend Watch: Faux Fur

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By Venice Fahey, Blogger

Fur has always represented the most elite and fabulous figures in the fashion world. Celebs and trendsetters alike have rocked the bulky statement making pieces and made us all stare in awe at their powerful presence. If you are a little tight on money due to your college student budget, fret not. The pieces below are some of the most fabulous faux fur accessories that will have you and your wallet feeling great! So don’t be afraid to channel your inner Rachel Zoe and rock these amazing pieces this season!

Get the look!

1.      Patchy Faux Fur Swing Gilet- $160.00

2.      Grey Knitted Faux Fur Trim Cardigan- $135.00

3.      ASOS Long Hair Faux Fur Coat-  $120.68

4.      Free People Faux Fur Capelet- Nordstrom $168.00

5.      BP’Creston Boot- Nordstrom $119.95

6.      Faux Fur Stole- $50.00

7.      DKNY Jeans Faux Fur Vest – $89.00

8.      Deena&Ozzy Faux Fur Clutch W Turnlock- Urban Outfitters $38.00

9.      Ecote Faux Fur Backpack- Urban Outfitters $68.00

10.  Wintertide Scarf- Anthropologie $58.00

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