Boujee.

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Is winter really the only season in which you can rock your furs? I think otherwise, what about the days when the summer day doesn’t look so bright, and the rain brings on a strong chill of wind. Furs regardless of the season are a timeless must have item in the wardrobe.

Fur has always been thought of as a luxe item. It is generally said to have been among the first materials used for clothing and bodily decoration that marked rank and status in society. It is associated with glamour and lavish spending.

It is still to this day, the ultimate item of Boujee. Fur coats are made differently from many different animal hides accompanied with a hefty price tag most of the time. Here’s a list of the most expensive kinds of fur and why.

1. Chinchilla fur – Chinchillas have a blue grey fur colour and have very thin but dense hair which is extremely fragile to work with. Chinchilla fur is one the most expensive kind of fur to date.

2. Sable fur – Sabels belong to the marten species and have a silkypelt of fur no matter which direction you rub it it in. It is one of the most expensive furs right after the chinchilla.

3. Stoat fur – Stoat fur is well known to have been worn by catholic monarchs and was deemed a highly sophisticated kind of fur, the ernime pure white stoat ranks as one of the most expensive furs.

If you’re looking for a classic fashion item that is both warm and glamorous invest in a classic fur coat. Sometimes we all want to feel a little Boujee.

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