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Fashionista NOW: The Pink Furry Fur Coat Outfit Style Inspiration

Fashionista NOW: The Pink Furry Fur Coat Outfit Style Inspiration

Credit | Madara L.

Make pale pink furry coats a part of your cold weather staple.

Call it the ‘millennial pink’ or oops-I-forgot-to-separate-the-whites-from-the-reds mishap coat, this color trend isn’t going anywhere and will stay for as long as those who love their closet to be spilled with barely-there hues are around. Of all the colored fur coats that you can call your own, there is just something cozy and comfy about this shade of pink as it reminds me of the fluffy cotton candy on a stick I had as a kiddo.

For others, the softest pink reminds them of their childhood bedroom, perhaps, of soft toys and spilled ketchup on white tees or pants. Lovers of the pastel pink color trend will have no choice but to gravitate naturally towards this fur coat trend.

Whether you care for fur hairs that are short or long, that’s a matter of personal preference. Some like it shaggy and others like it short and sweet. In terms of shapes, long fur coats have that sleek and chic vibe going on as you keep more space on your body warm. Shorter coats are practical when the chill bothers you not too much or that perhaps, style-wise you prefer them in that length.

For a quick cold weather outfit inspo that features the pink furry coat, look nowhere but below and enjoy!

Which pink fur coat style and look would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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