Anonymous asked: Hey Jeni! Can you help me with how I should wear a fur jacket? Thanks!
carefully? so PETA crazies don’t spray you with paint?
go simple. the coat is very dramatic, so a simple all black outfit would look great. whether it be a simple black dress with tights or a black crop top and high waisted jeans, and some necklaces to tie it together. same would work in any tonal outfit (all white, all grey, all red, etc)
keeping in the simple vein, something like a white tee or tank with leather pants or leggings and chelsea boots or docs would be rad.
make sure whatever you wear under the coat is fitted, so go with tight pants, tights, leggings, otherwise you’ll look like a bag lady. drapey tank/tee is fine since it’s hidden under your coat!
and if you buy fur, go vintage or faux!
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@3 months ago with 24 notes
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