How to Find the Right Luxury Fur Vest for You

Wednesday, September 9, 2020


When you’re new to buying luxury fur vests, the options in fur type and style can be overwhelming. Discovering the kinds of furs that are available, how much each one costs, and which one looks the best on you is all a part of the learning curve. To become a true fur connoisseur, you need to understand each of these elements and how they factor into your personal style. Of course, you don’t need to be an expert to want a fur vest. If you’re just starting out, here are some factors to consider for your first fur clothing.


Before you start shopping for some of fashion’s most luxurious designers, it’s good to create a reasonable budget. Not all fur items run the same price, and some are far more expensive than others. Knowing how much you can afford can keep you from falling in love with an amazing vest only to realize it costs far more than you have to spend. As you are making your budget, remember that fur items are not a general cost. Furs are made to outlast everything else you own, and that’s why you may come across hefty price tags. If you’re willing to make an investment, your new vest can last you for years to come.

Fur Type

One of the most important things to consider when you’re searching for a new fur item is the type of fur itself. Some furs are more durable than others, some are more expensive, some come with certain aesthetic appeals. First, identify what you hope to get out of your vest. Once you’ve made a list of desirable traits, you can narrow down your choice of furs based on what they provide. Here are the most common types:

• Mink: most popular for fur coats, mink can create a sophisticated, plush look to any vest, even if it is just an added accessory

• Chinchilla: on the more expensive end of fur items, chinchilla offers amazing looks with high-quality design

• Rabbit: perhaps the easiest to get started with, rabbit fur offers a stylish yet simple aesthetic for those looking to purchase their first vest

If budget is a concern, consider looking at clothing items partially made of fur. There are all kinds of vest designs that incorporate fur linings and hoods for that warm, comfortable appeal you’re aiming for. You can always upgrade to a full fur item later.


Designers always add their own touch to every piece of clothing. You may discover that you constantly lean toward a designer when you’re searching for a vest. For example, those looking for comfort, high fashion and a flare of color might be drawn to vests by Zandra Rhodes, whereas someone inclined toward sporting clothes with a hint of fur might look at Bogner.

Style and Function

Even if you’ve come to a firm decision on budget, fur type and designer, you still have to find a style that works for you. Function is often a key aspect in buying your coat. If you plan to use your vest on cold nights out, a full fur option may be a good way to go. If you aren’t interested in the warmth factor, looking at vests that incorporate fur for appearance might be up your alley. Understanding how function plays into your style is the way to get the most out of your incredible new purchase.

Start your search out right with ML Furs and discover a fur vest that you won’t want to part with for years. Don’t be afraid to shop around before deciding on the next fashionable choice for your wardrobe.

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