Warm Coat Slim Big Fur Collar
Warm Coat Slim Big Fur Collar
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Warm Coat, Fur clothing
Warm Coat, Fur clothing is clothing made of furry animal hides. Fur is one of the oldest forms of clothing and is thought to have been widely used as hominids first expanded outside Africa. Some view fur as luxurious and warm; however, others reject it due to moral concerns for animal rights. The term ‘fur’ is often used to refer to a coat, wrap, or shawl made from the fur of animals. Controversy exists regarding the wearing of fur coats, due to animal cruelty concerns. The most popular kinds of fur in the 1960s (known as luxury fur) were blond mink, silver striped fox, and red fox. These were mainly bought by the rich. Those who could not afford this wore pelts of the wolf, Persian lamb, or muskrat. It was common for ladies to wear matching hats. However, in the 1950s, a ‘must have’ type of fur was the mutation fur (naturally nuanced colors) and fur trimmings on a coat that was the beaver, lamb fur, Astrakhan, and mink. To this day, some people consider fur as a trend and wear it.
Warm Coat, Fur is generally thought to have been among the first materials used for clothing and bodily decoration. The exact date when fur was first used in clothing is debated. It is known that several species of hominoids including Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis used fur clothing.
Warm Coat, Fur is still worn in most mild and cool climates around the world due to its superior warmth and durability. From the days of early European settlement, up until the development of modern clothing alternatives, fur clothing was popular in Canada during the cold winters. The invention of inexpensive synthetic textiles for insulating clothing led to fur clothing falling out of fashion.
Warm Coat, Fur is still used by indigenous people and developed societies, due to its availability and superior insulation properties. The Inuit peoples of the Arctic relied on fur for most of their clothing, and it also forms a part of traditional clothing in Russia, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Scandinavia, and Japan.
It is also sometimes associated with glamour and lavish spending. A number of consumers and designers—notably British fashion designer and outspoken animal rights activist Stella McCartney—reject fur due to moral beliefs and perceived cruelty to animals.
Animal furs used in garments and trim may be dyed bright colors or with patterns, often to mimic exotic animal pelts: alternatively, they may be left their original pattern and color. Fur may be shorn down to imitate the feel of velvet, creating a fabric called shearling.