The Importance of a Fur Investment
Designer fur coats aren’t staples in all good homes, but don’t you think they should be? For ages, they have been a sign of status, femininity and sophistication. No one that is fashion-forward would be complete without a high-end market value fur hanging off their shoulders.
In the last few decades, furs have declined in popularity because of an increase in casual lifestyles and animal rights concerns. While fur will never appeal to the masses like it once did, it will always hold a timeless place on the catwalk and among all kinds of worldly fashionistas.
In addition, furs have always appealed to the ski community because they are simply the best garments for keeping warm on the slopes.
Furs are an investment and should be taken very seriously. While they can vary in pricing significantly, excellent quality, sustainably sourced furs are always worth the price. When owning designer ski wear, knowing how to look for quality is a necessity.
A reputable company like ML Furs offers excellent pelts for designer style and the insulation you need to hit the slopes this season. Sable, chinchilla and mink are some of the best, most luxurious investments you can make, while others like rabbit and fox are more functional but no less beautiful.
When purchasing a designer fur, you have so many more options than the standard brown and black floor length coats that used to line the shelves of designer fur stores. You have bright color options, vests and jackets, and even fur garments that mix materials.
Designer ski wear like Toni Sailer are prime examples of excellent designer fur garments. Long-haired fox furs are known to provide extra warmth and are valued for their durability and affordability. This jacket is insulated for those extra cold nights while fox fur lining the hood adds warmth and style.
With even a small fur addition to a jacket like this, the garment becomes a fantastic investment in your wardrobe that requires maintenance and care. It is important to recognize your designer fur for its permanence in your closet and treat it accordingly.
Keep your fur away from humidity. It really is your fur’s worst enemy. Store these garments in a cool, dry place. If needed, seek the help of a storage service that specializes in keeping fur coats when the air gets humid outside. This ensures the longevity of your fur lined garments, and frees up closet space for your summer wardrobe.
Protect your furs like you would any other investment. Even fashion deserves your attention, and insuring your furs can give you the peace of mind you need when wearing your furs or storing them off-season.
Look into adding your valuable furs to your homeowner’s policy and itemize your items for maximum protection. Before purchasing valuable items like designer furs, make sure you are willing to treat it like the investment it is and provide it with the protection it deserves.
If you plan to keep your designer furs for a long time, these extreme protection measures are worth looking into. You won’t regret all of the time and care you put into your designer furs when they last a lifetime and you can enjoy them for years to come.
Article written by Daniel Bailey
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