Six Fur Pieces To Get You Through Fall and Winter in Style Including 3.1 Phillip Lim, Elie Tahari, Nina Ricci and More

As soon as cold weather sets in, I cannot think about anything else but fur. It is such a great way to look chic while staying warm, which really is the most important thing for your day to day life.

From gloves to great handbags, designers are putting fur on full display and hoping that we are all daring enough to rock their pieces. I have already invested in some fur-lined boots and hope that this is just the beginning of my fall fur purchases.

Here are six fur pieces to help you get through Fall and Winter in style:

I love fingerless gloves in the Winter. They keep your hands warm and have a little edge to them, while allowing your weekly manicures to take place without any fear of destroying them. 3.1 Phillip Lim’s Fur Long Fingerless Gloves ($350) are a must-have pair for the season. How can you not fall hopelessly in love with everything from Nina Ricci? The Satin and Dyed Mink Fur Ballet Flats ($520) are a great twist on the classic black flat for Fall. I featured Raven by Raven Kauffman Couture’s “Everyday Exotics” handbags back in August. The Little Bertha Faux Fur and Rubber Croc Boat Tote ($425) is the perfect way to spice up your black handbag selection for the season.


A coat with fur trim is a great way to do outerwear for Fall, without going completely over the top. Rachel Zoe’s Betty Coat with Fur ($550) is totally chic. In a beautiful berry hue, Elie Tahari’s Chelsea Handbag ($998) will look great with virtually every ensemble. No Winter is complete without a fabulous faux fur scarf. Club Monaco’s Faux Fur Scarf ($99) is the piece to buy for under $100.


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