Fur coats are already considered winter style staples – but will they continue to be in style in 2022?
With more people becoming more conscious about what they buy and wear, which can only be a good thing, the interest in fur seems to be waning.
Luxury labels like Gucci, Stella McCartney and Versace have ditched real fur, but that doesn’t mean the look is over. Faux fur seems to be getting bigger and bigger.
With this in mind, I’m sure you’re wondering if it’s still worth investing in a piece for the coming years.
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Are fur coats in for 2022?
Real fur is becoming a big no no, but faux fur is one of this winter’s biggest trends and that’s set to continue.
With sustainability becoming a priority for more people, I believe we’re going to see more options that cater to this interest.
Faux fur coats offer a wide variety of styles too — from patterned, to brightly coloured.
What coats are in for 2022?
On top of faux fur coats, colourful jackets will continue to dominate the scene with styles taking inspiration from the ‘60s and the ‘80s.
We saw the renaissance of ‘70s, ‘90s and Y2K trends in 2020 and 2021, but we’re moving towards more colourful palettes and more playful silhouettes.
Are teddy bear coats in style for 2022?
Teddy bear and shearling coats are also staples for winter clothing now, and while they’re still everywhere, faux fur offers a chicer alternative.
Are fur coats trendy?
Fur coats have moved past the need to be trendy. They’ve already become classics, so if you’re looking for a long lasting piece of outerwear, you’ve found it.
Anoushka Faux Fur Coat, £179, Hush – buy now
Oversized Hooded Faux Fur Coat, £65, ASOS Design Curve – buy now (up to size 30)
Leopard Print Faux Fur Coat, £491, Stand Studio at Farfetch – buy now
Belted Faux Fur Coat, £205, & Other Stories – buy now
Checked Faux Fur Coat, £139.99, Mango – buy now