Now that the summer is coming to an end, itâ€™s time to pull your fall wardrobe out of your closet. The fall weather is not cold enough for fur coats in Denver, but itâ€™s also not warm enough to go without outwear, which means itâ€™s the perfect time to wear a fur vest. A fur vest offers warmth without covering your whole body, so itâ€™s a great piece to wear during the fall. How can you choose the right vest? Here are a few things to consider before making a purchase:
Vests come in all different lengths, so you will need to decide which length is best for you. In general, shorter vests look more casual and longer vests look more formal. Shorter vests are also more versatile since they can be paired with jeans, dresses, and skirts, whereas longer vests are typically only worn with formalwear. But, longer vests offer a bit more coverage and warmth, so keep this in mind when you are choosing whatâ€™s right for your lifestyle.
Type of Fur
The next thing you will need to consider is the type of fur. Your budget will determine how many options you have, since the price of fur vests can greatly vary depending on the type of fur. Rabbit fur is one of the most inexpensive types, while chinchilla and mink are two of the higher-end furs. Once you know what you can afford, you can narrow down your options even further by looking at the available colors and the textures of each fur. Learn how to choose a quality fur coat
Do you want your vest to hang open or do you want to be able to close it? This is another thing that you will have to decide before purchasing a vest. Many vests do not have closures, so you can either leave the vest hanging open or close it by adding a belt on top. But, if want to be able to close it, look for one that has a hook and eye closure or a zipper.
New or Vintage
Many people love the idea of buying a vintage fur vest, but these are harder to find than new vests. If you are able to find a vintage fur vest, itâ€™s important to inspect it closely to look for signs of damage. Donâ€™t forget to check both the inside and outside of the vest. Many vintage fur vests have missing fur patches and other damage that can be difficult and costly to repair. If youâ€™re going to invest in fur, itâ€™s a good idea to buy it new so you donâ€™t have to worry about the quality.
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