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As I have already told you I love changing things. Do you remember the leftovers of the black fur I have added to my boots? I have found what to do with them and here it is. Added to a white furry collar, the bi-color – trend especially in accessories – fur piece makes the difference. Worn with casual clothes as an accessory, it can update winter everyday outfits!

 

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Black furry leftovers

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Black and white made bi-color fur piece

Another trend that we are going to keep also during spring is the fur bag. Instead of buying a new one, what I have thought was to combine a bag that I have never worn with this fancy fur piece into a fur bag that can update all my black outfits and not only them…It is very easy to make it-you just glue the fur to the bag! I have also some leftovers….I’ll see what to do with them!

 

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Bag and fur piece

 

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Fur bag

 

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Updating total black looks

The next change that I totally loved, was also the most simple to do. Join two fur pieces of hot winter colors – magenta and emerald – in one and wear it as blouse!! Very impressive and here worn with a magenta Westwood skirt.

 

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Two colorful fur pieces

 

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Fur blouse made of two connected fur pieces

Another change was to combine again two different -this time- in shape,color and texture fur pieces in one and update my total jeans look with this leopard collar.  For this alteration, the pieces need to be sewed.

 

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Different fur kinds

 

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Leopard fur collar

Finally, if you want to lengthen anything –  a blouse, a skirt, a coat- in this case a curly vest, you add a fur collar as ‘belt’ (needed to be sewed) and play with colors and textures! Don’t forget bi-color is a huge trend in anything…Black and white is another trend which we’ll see extensively in another post.

xxx
Vic

 

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Curly vest and fur collar

 

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Black and white lengthy vest

(photos: Nikolaos Tzaras)

 

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