Top Fashion Trends in Women’s Fur Coats 2022

The four seasons set the trends hand in hand with the ramp walks, and if there is something that stands out, especially when the winter arrives, it is the fur coat. Fur is something that has never gone out of fashion, giving both men and women the opportunity to emphasize their originality with the latest trends-not to mention their primary purpose of keeping warm. Each season brings with it new trends.

Here are some of the top trends in women’s fur coats for 2022 in terms of their length, colors, and styles!

2022 General Fashion Trends in the Types of Fur

Let’s start our discussion with the types of fur in trend this year. Fur is related to geography. Naturally, an animal living in a cold climate will have thicker fur, so the wild furs in trend include mink, arctic fox, and fox. If there’s a fur for 2022, it is the beaver fur coat, a fur associated with grace, beauty, and luxury and the best option for the coldest climates. They are also light, soft, and water-repellent.

Some designers combine several different fur types in one coat and offer original designs. Mink and beaver furs combined look spectacular and are trending this year.

Fur Coat Trends in 2022-Long or Short?

The floor-length coats are back in style this season. The length in women’s fur coats in 2022 is the elongated classic for an impressive and elegant look. They are often simple and monochrome and in a straight cut. If you find this option is right for you, you can even add a spin to it by opting for a checkered or plaid fur coat.

However, short styles still remain popular for their comfort and practicality. Some find short coats more stylish and combine them with a belt or buckle. Length is a matter of personal preference that depends on your comfort level, region, personal style, etc.

Color Trends in Women’s Fur Coats

Why choose just one color? Plaid is timeless. This pattern is becoming the most popular this season and can be made in green, black, brown, burgundy, and white colors.

However, an excellent option for this season is acquiring a cream and milk caramel shade for delicate natural tones. All shades of gray, smoke, brown, and chocolate are also in trend.

Fashion designers mix colors and fabrics in their creations, creating unique combinations, sometimes inappropriate at first glance but shocking and eye-catching. Styles to fit every unique personality!

Animal Print Furs

Animal prints have also made a comeback and are desirable in winter coats for women and men this year. A chic leopard print in a fashionable design is a classic in fur coats that stands out from the rest.

These are some of the top fashion trends in women’s fur coats in 2022. Regardless of the styles, colors, and lengths in fashion, your personal choice, comfort, and preference come into play while choosing fur.

And, remember that to acquire the latest trend, you don’t have to buy a new fur. You can alter your old fur into a new trendy design by opting for a custom-made restyling at Geno’s & Koslow’s, a full-service furrier in Oklahoma. Whether it is the storage, conditioning, repair, or alteration of your furs, Geno’s & Koslow’s is the right choice. Contact (405) 752-8959 for more information!

Restyle Your Old Fur Coat

You have a fur just sitting in your closet that you haven’t worn in a really long time because you feel it’s out of style and you don’t know what to do with it. You may be thinking about selling it. Before you do, consider restyling. Depending on your coat’s condition and your personal taste, you have ample options to transform it into a very modern and sophisticated design that you will look forward to wearing.

Alter Length

Extra-long coats that were once in fashion decades ago now seem outdated. Many women today prefer the ease of movement and a casual look. They want a piece they can wear more often in their day-to-day. A good option is to transform a long and heavy fur into a shorter, more casual style.

Some of the options for length include:

  • Raise the hem: You can opt for a hem length above the knee for a chic style. You may also want to reduce the extra bulk. Raising the hem is one good option to lighten the weight.
  • Even Shorter: You may want to make your fur even shorter by taking the hem up to the hip. This length allows you optimal comfort in carrying out your daily tasks.
  • Fur Vests: Fur vests have been become more popular in recent years. They can be worn with anything from jeans to skirts or slacks. You can turn your old fur into a fur vest by shortening the length and removing the sleeves. You can even shear the fur or add cashmere to further update it.
  • Accessories: Your old fur can also be converted into a scarf or headband. You can even take the fur pieces leftover from your new fur vest to make additional accessories.

Silhouette

You may want an entirely new silhouette and change everything about your old coat, from reducing shoulders to changing the waistline. Shoulders, for example, are often too big in garments. Minimizing them improves the overall look of your garment. Another idea would be to turn dolman sleeves into a more fitted look.

Go for Shearing

If the heaviness is your main concern, go for shearing. You can turn your heavy coat into a more casual, lightweight garment to wear every day without feeling weighed down.

Add Little Details

We have many different options for restyling. We can even convert your old coats into home décor or keepsake items, such as pillows, cushion covers, throws, blankets or a teddy bear for a child.

With summer right around the corner, it’s a good time to consider restyling your coats. Most of our clients prefer to update their winter wear during autumn but this time of the year is actually the best time to get your old fur reconditioned and updated.

There are so many various options available to bring your old fur back to life. Instead of hanging them in in a closet all year, consider restyling them from a renowned local furrier. Bring them to Geno’s & Koslow’s (G&K) and walk away with a new, stylish and modern silhouette, up to the current trends. Call (405) 752-8959 or contact us for more information.