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Faux Fur Pom Pom Key Rings

Updated on September 27, 2015
A purple faux fur pom pom key ring
A purple faux fur pom pom key ring

Faux fur pom pom key rings are one of the hottest new fashion trends. Several top supermodels and celebrities have been seen using them. And the style has really caught on.

The pom pom key rings are small, cute, bright, and soft - but best of all is that they are cheap. This means that just about anybody can get one of these stylish fashion accessories.

But finding the right one isn't easy. There are different designs, sizes, colours, materials, brands and varying degrees of quality.

Here is a quick run down of how to use faux fur pom pom key rings, which celebrities have been wearing them and where to buy the accessories.

Three Ways To Use Your Faux Fur Pom Pom Keyring

1. Attach it to a set of keys. This is the most obvious place to put a key ring. It makes handling keys a lot nicer every time as you get to touch the soft fur. But as a fashion statement it's not the best place. Keys stay hidden most of the time in pockets, handbags, car ignitions or inside the home. Plus, they get knocked around a lot so the keyring will get dirty and damaged quicker.

2. Attach to the zip on a handbag. Clipping the faux fur pom pom to the zipper on a handbag makes it much more visible - and a great fashion accessory. For using a pom pom on a handbag, choose one that is a bigger size of around 5cm - 10cm in diameter. This way it will stand out from the crowd and be visible to everyone.

3. Attach to a rucksack. A rucksack backpack isn't the most glamorous of fashion items. They're big, bulky, and pretty industrial looking. So attaching a fur pom pom key ring is a great way to soften the look and make them look more feminine and fun. Use a brightly coloured design, with two small ones clipped onto the same zip for a really unique look. Or even use two large ones on different zips on the same bag.

Celebrities and their pom pom key rings

We mentioned earlier that faux fur pom pom key rings are one of the hottest fashion trends, and loads of celebrities are using them. Well, if you didn't believe us just check out the list of stars. It includes Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Lilly Allen, Pixie Lott, Kim Kardashian, Cara Delevingne and many more.

Kylie Jenner rocking her black and red pom pom key ring
Kylie Jenner rocking her black and red pom pom key ring
Khloe Kardashian with a black faux fur pom pom key ring attached to her handbag
Khloe Kardashian with a black faux fur pom pom key ring attached to her handbag
British singer Lilly Allen shows off three pom pom clipped to her handbag
British singer Lilly Allen shows off three pom pom clipped to her handbag

What to think about when buying a pom pom key ring

Size: Do you want a small pom pom that doesn't get in the way or do you want a large fluffy one that everyone can see? Most of the stars and supermodels are going for the large, over-the-top kind. Make sure you check the size before ordering online.

Colour: There are so many different colours to choose from. Dark red, purple and black are pretty popular, but so are the lighter pinks and whites. And hey, if you think you can pull off a neon yellow style try that.

Quality: Quality of the item will range from the cheap ones made in China to those sold by some of the big brands. Have a good look at the shape and size, and also the materials used and the clip part. Does is look strong?

Price: The cheapest ones on eBay cost around 5usd (£3). Some of them are sent from China but there are also many UK and US sellers. In our experience, these are just as good quality as some of the expensive designer brands who get all their stuff made in China then charge high prices like 30usd or more for a faux fur pom pom.

Where to buy your faux fur pom pom key ring

This article has a list of 'seven of the best pom poms' and some of the prices of these are crazy - £365.98GBP ($550usd) for the MCM Rabbit Motif keychain. While others are much more reasonably priced at around £10 ($15usd).

eBay is also a great place to pick up bargains so be sure to check out some of the people selling some really stylist and fashionable faux fur pom pom key rings.

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