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Fur Gilets / Fur Vests

Fur is the buzz word in fashion once more. The message is clear - whether you love it, hate it, protest against it -- fur has come out of storage. The latest fashion trends have shown us that fur gilets / vests have been favored by many of the top designers this season. From the runways of Toronto and New York and even to Milan, fur gilets have been shown in Mongolian lamb, sheep, Rex Rabbit and fox.

Fur gilets are being worn with jeans, leggings, skirts and dress pants. The variety of designs is quite sophisticated, even stunning. These gilets are perfect for fall, winter and early spring. They can be seen on pages of magazines and websites being worn by media personalities, celebs and by just regular people on the streets. Sometimes teamed with jeans and high boots; other times worn with skirts or dresses. Day wear and even, yes, evening wear, fur gilets are favored for their fashion statement as well as for their practical warmth.

Black Mongolian Lamb Fur Courtney GiletSpecial
Courtney Gilet
Black Mongolian Lamb Fur Courtney Gilet
Sale Price: $239.95 
(1 reviews)
Red Fox Fur Pieced Carrie GiletSpecial
Carrie Gilet
Red Fox Fur Pieced Carrie Gilet
Sale Price: $399.95 
(1 reviews)
Fur Gilet - Sheep Fur
Fur Gilet - Sheep Fur
$279.95 
(1 reviews)
Black Mink Cassie Gilet
Cassie Gilet
Black Mink Cassie Gilet
$449.95 
Mahogany Mink Cassie Gilet
Cassie Gilet
Mahogany Mink Cassie Gilet
$449.95 
(2 reviews)

About our Fur Gilets / Vests

Todays modern update on the traditional fur jacket is the fun fur gilet. Simple, yet stunning, these fur gilets will wow your friends. Their exceptional quality and beautiful genuine fur make these gilets a must own! Mink fur, lynx fur, fox fur and rabbit fur gilets, in different colors in sizes make it easy to find the right gilet for you! All of our gilets are 100% genuine fur and are absolutely stunning.

Fur has been worn by humans since the earliest recorded history. It was probably originally worn out of obvious necessity. First used for warmth during cold winter months, fur has maintained this use and provided us with many other uses. Fur was once associated with wealth and status but this exclusivity is no longer. Some modern designers have made fur fun, desirable and affordable to those who wish to purchase fur gilets. Whether you prefer your fur gilet to be made of long, wavy, silky hair like Mongolian lamb or silkier, denser fur resembling chinchilla as in Rex Rabbit, purchasing as fur gilet is still a status symbol of taste and will probably remain so for many years to come.

Recent Reviews About our Fur Gilets / Vests

Fur Gilet - Sheep Fur
KIMJOE from UK
Fur Gilet - Sheep Fur
4 out of 5 starsMarch 19, 2014
"GORGEOUS GILET, TOO SMALL SADLEY, HAD TO RETURN"
Mahogany Mink Cassie Gilet
AGWescott from Akron, OH
Mahogany Mink Cassie Gilet
4 out of 5 starsFebruary 5, 2014
"The service was great and very timely. I had to re order a larger size, but the return and re order process was a breeze. I adore my mahogany vest! This is simply a warm and fashionable piece."
Camel Knit Rabbit Tassle Vest with Finn Raccoon Fur
Sunny from Minnesota
Camel Knit Rabbit Tassle Vest with Finn Raccoon Fur
5 out of 5 starsDecember 31, 2013
"The color, size and quality is perfect. I bought this for our daughter who lives in Western Australia and she absolutely loves it. Thank you."

Recent posts about Fur Gilets / Vests

Vogue Italia – Winter’s Rich Mix

  Vogue Italia does it again. But this time we’re throwing it back to an editorial of Ashleigh Good in Vogue Italia, Nov. 2013.  Highlighting ravishing fur fashion pieces, this editorial showcases a rich mix of winter wardrobe essentials in a weird, attractive and interesting way.

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Cashmere Care & Cleaning Instructions

The soft touch of elegant cashmere is luxurious. You’ll want to preserve its exquisite look and feel as long as you possibly can. Cashmere requires special handling and care to preserve this delicate wool knit. It’s not uncommon for cashmere to snag, attract dirt and stains, and absorb odors. It is very important to maintain proper cleaning and care to keep your cashmere looking new. Spot Wash hand wash ONLY avoid washing fur trim – this will damage the fur completely...

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Storage & General Care for Sheepskin Rugs

Proper storage and ongoing care is really important for keeping your sheepskin rug looking and feeling new. Storage store rug loose or packaged in a cool airy position do not store in damp or wet conditions NOTE: Avoid storing rug in direct sunlight. Any creases that may occur during the storage process will diminish over a period of time. Do not store in plastic packaging for any extended period as condensation and creasing may occur. General Care spray rug with Cloud...

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Commonly Asked Questions about Women’s Accessories

During the colder months it is essential to have a winter coat that will shield you from the harsh winter climate. In addition to your winter coat, accessories such as scarves, gloves and headbands will not only finish off your look but will serve a purpose as they are designed to keep you warm. When looking to accessorize your coat there are endless possibilities out there for you to match the color of your coat or to match your own...

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Types of Fur

When it comes to wearing fur, the opportunities are endless. You can drape yourself from head to toe, or add a dash to your home decor. While all furs are gorgeous, sometimes it can be hard to decide exactly what type of fur you’re looking for. This guide will fill you in on exactly which type of fur is best for you.   Beaver Fur Beaver, one of the most important Canadian furs was once native to Europe before the...

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