How to choose a quality fur coat?

In the modern world, fur clothing has taken a special place in the wardrobes of both women and even men. Fur has become one of the key elements of fashion trends in recent years. Modern models of outerwear have gained particular popularity, and all because of their unique practicality, functionality, as well as the originality of the material and its unreal variety.

If you decide to get a high-quality fur product, first you need to take into account all the advice of professionals so that the purchase brings you joy. The most important are parameters such as: type of fur; length and size of the product; style and cut; purpose (for a festive exit, for everyday wear, sports style, etc.).

The most important thing to remember is that high-quality fur does not crumble and does not stain the skin and hands; when stroking with a damp or slightly wet hand - in the direction of growth of the pile and vice versa - there should not be hairs on the palms; with a sharp compression of the hem or sleeve, the fur coat should not "rustle or crunch", it should be "silent".

The lining of well-dressed fur coats is not sewn to the hem of the product (pay special attention to this! this is how you can assess the integrity and quality of the skins); all seams must be tight and at the same time smooth to the touch; pay attention to the fact that the color of the fur and the lining look harmoniously together, the fur coat should be pleasant not only to wear, but also to take off.

In addition to all of the above, it is important to understand that furs differ from each other in their heat-saving properties, as well as wear resistance and service life.

Statistics stubbornly says that fur coats made of otter and seal skins serve the most (20 seasons), and everyone’s favorite mink and astrakhan fur coats are exactly half as much (10 seasons), fur coats of arctic fox, sheepskin and fox perfectly withstand from 7 to 8 seasons. Fur coats made of squirrel, nutria, broadtail and muskrat fur (4 seasons) are considered the most delicate, while chinchilla and rabbit (2-3 years) are the least wearable.