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Women's Plus Size Short Faux Fur Coat - Very Flattering

Updated on October 7, 2016
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Being large size myself, I feel qualified to choose appropriate clothes,not always easy to find, for other generously proportioned people

This Imitation Fur Coat is Very Warm as Well as Being Pretty

As I'm Plus Size myself, I'm going to show you one of the nicest plus size faux fur coats I have found, faux fur being what the fashion industry now calls it when they want to be a bit French and superior. I prefer to call it fun fur, myself.

After one of the coldest winters ever recorded in the USA and Canada, it's time to buy a new extra-warm coat and wrap up really warmly

It's sometimes hard to find a plus size coat which is cosy, well-fitting and flattering, but this plus size fake fur coat ticks all the boxes; it comes in Medium, Large, 1X, 2X up to 5X, and you can choose from this stunning emerald green, evening blue, chinchilla, black, or fox.

Personally, I like the emerald green. It's fashionable, the color is gorgeous, and that shade suits virtually anyone. The fox also looks good, and, if you want your coat to look more like real fur, you might prefer it - the look is very sophisticated.

The Advantage of Fun Fur over the Real Thing is That it Doesn't Harm Animals, is Relatively Inexpensive, and Still Looks Good.

Try it!


I recently read in an English Style Magazine that fluffy fashions are very popular this year, and this includes colored fur

When they say fur, they actually mean imitation fur or, if you want to be a bit posh, faux fur, the inference being that if it's French my dear, it must be fashionable, because French design is the tops. Honest - that's what you're supposed to infer about fur - get it?

Many years ago I bought a fake fur coat, in the days when you could still buy real fur, but it was getting a bit frowned on. My coat was brown, to look like a real animal fur, and very warm, quite a lot warmer than my woollen coat, but I thought it made me look a bit chunky. It was actually so warm that when I went on a trip to Russia in winter, I hardly felt the cold at all, dressed in several layers and topped by my faux fur coat, even in temperatures of about minus 12 degrees.

I still have that coat, but it fell out of fashion, and, as with so many items of clothing, if you keep them long enough, the clock goes round, and once more they are fashionable. So it is with my faux fur coat

Black Faux Fur Shoulder Bag

Here is a black accessory to match the emerald green fur coat:

It is possible to get an emerald green bag, but you can never be sure the colors would match, so I thought this black shoulder bag would look good, as it would match most coats.

How to make a faux fur Infinity scarf

How to wear faux fur this winter

Intraux to Faux Fur - the Basics

Do you think fake fur is fun or a bit down-market?

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Styling Winter Coats and Layering

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Have you seen anything you like here? Has it whetted your appetite? Are you feeling warmer already, just thinking about a fur coat?

What do you think of the purple faux fur coat - do you like the color or would you prefer something more like an animal fur, such as leopard print, or white rabbit?

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    • Gloriousconfusion profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana Grant 

      4 years ago from United Kingdom

      @SusanneB: Me too - it's gorgeous

    • SusanneB profile image

      SusanneB 

      4 years ago

      very beautiful fur coat I love the colour

    • RadaFrancis LM profile image

      RadaFrancis LM 

      4 years ago

      Although I personally don't wear fur or fake fur coats, I think this one would look very nice on many people :)

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