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If you’re tired of wearing the same old outfits to the same old occasions, now may be ab excellent time to adopt a brand new look. If you’ve ever seen men in elegant half or full length fur coats and wondered if you could pull off the same look, perhaps now is the time to throw caution to the wind and find out for yourself just how classy you can be in a great new fur coat of your own!
Fur Fashion: It’s A Guy Thing, Too
Contrary to popular belief, fur fashion isn’t just for the ladies. It’s a guy thing, too! And it can be your thing without you having to break your budget and lay away your entire financial future. The truth of the matter is that men are abandoning the rigid wardrobe stereotypes that have held them in fashion bondage for centuries. The new look of the 21st century is far less rigid, and far less defined by antiquated ideas of who should wear what, at what time, and what location.
Getting Chic, But Staying Manly
And have you seen the styles of fur coats that are available now for men to wear? If you haven’t, try logging on to the official ML Furs company website. You’ll be simply amazed at how good you will look in a men’s fur coat or jacket. The styles are cool, classy, and very chic – but very masculine as well.
So don’t sweat the small stuff. Hop on over to the ML Furs site and see for yourself what a sweet new fur coat or jacket can do for you. If it works for rock stars, hip hop icons, and Hollywood power players, it might just look good on you as well! You never know until you try, so come on over and have a look.
ML Furs: Your One Stop Men’s Fur Fashion Shop
If you’re looking for classic men’s fur fashions in all sizes, makes, and shapes, now is the time to click on to the official ML Furs website. You’ll find all of your favorite fur fashions, at a price that won’t break your budget. If you’ve ever wondered how you’d look in a classic men’s fur coat or jacket, now is the time to satisfy your curiosity. Log on to http://www.mlfurs.com/men today to see what ML Furs can do for you.
Stay toasty this winter with a brand new coat that isn’t a puffer jacket. Now’s the perfect time to grab a new parka, right before it gets really cold and just in time to catch an amazing sale. You’ll thanks us once the snow starts falling! Here are our top picks to keep you stylish and warm.
Laundry By Shelli Segal Faux Fur Trimmed Parka
Why we like it:
It has lots of pockets great for when you’re running errands or walking the dog and don’t really want to shlep around your purse. It also features an interior drawstring waist to give you a flattering shape even when your all bundled up and it comes in this great navy color.
The North Face Arctic Down Parka
Why we like it:
A down coat holds up to the coldest of temperature drops. With a zip-off hood and fleece inserts in the cuff of the sleeves,it will have you ready for anything winter can throw at you.
1 Madison Expedition Faux- Fur Trimmed Hooded Utility Parka
Why we like it:
This coat is labeled as midweight but it’s both tough and chic. It has a military inspired design and a cinched waist so you’re ready to take on the streets and the slopes.
And speaking of a ski vacation, we couldn’t finish this article without including one packable coat (which yes, is a puffy jacket). Michael by Michael Kors Hooded Down Packable Coat is a lightweight coat with a down fill and a hood. We love how easy this is to travel with, as it fits into its own tiny sack. Besides, with all the amazing sales going on right now, why not buy two coats?
For maternity fashion.
Keep that bun in the oven warm all winter long in these stylish coats, which maternity style mavens like Blake Lively and Kate Middleton would approve of. From a fall breeze to those cold winter nights, you can still look oh so chic while keeping cozy.
The sophisticated MAMA Wool-blend Bouclé Coat from H&M is for the downtown cool mom-to-be. With a tie belt waist and concealed fasteners, this coat is able to cover your expanding baby bump from 12 weeks to nine months.
Blank NYC Zipper Detail Faux Leather Maternity Jacket will be your favorite “throw over everything” piece this fall. This motorcycle style jacket with silver hardware is edgy and tough, but can be softened when paired with a flowy dress. Or add some great boots for the perfect fall ensemble.
Punch up your prenatal wardrobe with some color! This wool maternity coat with a high collar and a bubble hem will lend sophistication to any outfit. At under $50, this fun coat will infuse a little extra fun and the elegant shape you’ll want to wear again, well after your child is born!
When the chill in the air turns icy, MAMA Padded Parka with a detachable faux fur trimmed hood will keep you nice and warm, while looking cool. The drawstring waist and side pockets give some shape to the coat and make it a great option for the woman who’s too hip for regular old, oversized maternity wear.
For women's fashion.
They say the best way to keep warm during below zero temperatures is to layer. The first step is to keep your body heat in. Take a tip from dancers who always use thick tights to keep their muscles warm. Make sure to wear something light but that’s fitted. We recommend tights, leggings, and much of what Under Armor has to offer.
Your next layer needs to help block out the wind and still keep you comfy and cozy. We love big chunky sweaters like Lauren Ralph Lauren’s Long-Sleeve Ombre Cable-Knit Turtleneck for those freezing winter days. These extra large knits look great with a skirt but when it’s Polar Vortex cold make sure to layer pants over your tights or leggings. If you can’t afford the RL look right now, check out Brand Boudoir for equally fashionable yet discounted winter tops.
Another amazing trick to keep heat in is doubling up on your socks. There are few things worse on a fridgid winter day than cold feet. Adding an extra pair before slipping on your boots may make all the difference!
Lastly, you need a great all weather coat. A coat lined with goose feathers will help you brave the sub-zero temperatures. Add your favorite winter accessories; scarf, gloves, and hat and you’re ready to take on the streets (or at least the 15 feet between your car and your front door).
Now that my last runway article highlighted some of the unique and obscure designer looks, it is only fair that I also discuss the tamer, more wearable looks for Fall 2013. One of the items that is trending big this year in men’s fashion is the “overcoat”. Created from such luxurious fabrics as Merino Wool and Cashmere, overcoats can be a fashionably versatile piece to add to your Fall/Winter wardrobe. Given these choices of fabric, expect upcoming coats to be quite expensive – using a basic bank account, which typically doesn’t include an overdraft option, isn’t the best way to go.
‘Tis the Holiday season rolls around, the question that has always plagued people who receive the Holiday party invitations is, “What exactly is festive attire?” Some invites may hint at a casual or formal type of affair, but others are wide open for interpretation.
My first point for any occasion is to wear whatever makes you feel good. If you are going to be uncomfortable in the style of clothing that you choose or have to try to suck in your gut the entire time, then either way, you won’t be enjoying the party. Everybody basically knows what they like, so all you have to do I to transform it into “festive party wear”.
As the imminence of autumn is upon us we are beginning to witness the bright bold hues of summer transist into those honeyed autumnal shades within shop forefronts. Key colours emerging for this season are rusty reds, flame yellows and burnt oranges, complimented by shades such as petrol blue, forest green and charcoal grey.
In the catwalks representing autumn, we have seen histrionic sweeping coats, cosy sweaters, prodigious layered collars, luxurious shearling and a profusion of iridescent hues. These looks have been combined with the pervasive tailoring trend which indubitably appears on the catwalks each year. However, this year tailoring has transmuted into a more trendy and casual panache. Casual tailoring creates a more relaxed guise allowing for the tailoring trend to diversify and amalgamate with other trends.
When we think of tailoring, certain stereotypes come to mind; smart, straight, fitted, uniform, etc. But for this AW’11/12 season, the couturiers have upturned traditional conventions to create casual, asymmetric, loose and unique pieces of tailoring. This upsurge and rise from the habitual precepts of traditional tailoring certainly brings a contemporary edge to couture.
The reappearing military style can also be seen entwined within the tailoring trend this equinox. The martial tailoring style has made regular appearances on the catwalks and continues to evolve each year. Referred to as ‘modern military’, this style pervades through a number of collections and can be considered as the vanguard of present fashion. External pockets and bravura buttons are key components to complete the military look.
As the air turns cold, we need something to compensate for that ephemeral wintry chill that pervades the airstream. What better to do this than an oversized shearling collar? Collars are not only fashionable, but can also act as a windbreak to the elements and provide warmth.
Aside from the quintessential English romance trend, we have seen the English sports heritage look bowl over the catwalks this season. This look is comprised of luxurious, sporty, casual and elegant pieces. Both modern and retro, this look successfully combines both sport and class.
Glitter and metallics have previously been prominent in women’s fashion, but this autumn sci-fi shimmer has landed on the male runways. Clothes and accessories that shimmer and shine have become androgynous, so don’t be afraid to shine on!
When it comes to winter, everyone’s best companion is a chunky knitted cardigan or jumper. Bold shots of concise bright colours are on trend this season – mustard yellow, crimson red and sky blue, to name a few. As are patterned Nordic knits, Fairisle jumpers and Aztec prints.