11.14.2011

TH1NK B1G

I found this giant fur coat today while shopping around wburg - definitely the best fur I've ever found so far, too.  No batwing sleeves, no excessive shoulder padding, no cheesey collar, no nipped in waist, no flared silhouette, and no 3/4 length sleeves.. AMEN.  It closes left over right, too, so I guess it's a men's coat.

vintage fur and shirt, zara jeans, dr martens boots



9 comments:

  1. are you interested in a coyote fur? circa 1970s, reaaaally great condition, womens but no gather at the waist or strange collar

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  2. I definitely don't need more fur - as is I rarely wear the ones I have, it's tragic.

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  3. How much did you pay for this beautiful jacket! You don't even know how jealous I am of you :)

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  4. A lot less than you'd think - vintage can come cheap if you know where to look.

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  5. Perhaps one day you will have to teach me the tricks of the trade dear William :)

    Happy Holidays

    -Anon ;)

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