fun fur


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fun fur

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1. (Clothing & Fashion) a relatively inexpensive synthetic fur garment
2. (Clothing & Fashion) obsolete an inexpensive fur garment made from a common, easily obtainable source, such as rabbit, often dyed various colours, worn as an alternative to more expensive furs, such as mink
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Coats that look like a football mascot wearing a Barras leather jacket costing upwards of [euro]10,000 will now be made of fun fur rather than animal pelts.
Underneath the fun fur and facemask is Black Country dad Mark Sinclair, who has run in the costume 12 TIMES.
In fact, the fun fur trend has gone into overdrive, with rainbow brights and multicoloured patchwork coats, plus stoles and pom-pom bag charms added for good measure.
In fact, the fun fur trend has gone into overdrive, with rainbow brights and multicoloured patchwork coats, plus stoles and pom-pom bag charms added for PUFF PIECES HAVE a duvet day with a big quilted coat, as seen on the Moschino, Fendi and Hermes catwalks.
The giraffe's ossicones or "horns" were covered in fun fur to simulate a real giraffe.
The strapless figure hugging number (pounds 100), the fun fur (pounds 200) and clutch (pounds 40) are all from Warehouse.
Wally the Wall is always available to help out, and he looks fantastic in his purple fun fur.
There are the films of animated candy, for instance--which have been screened around the world--and the much-ballyhooed use of fun fur.
Worcester, has a pattern for slippers made with fun fur.
A new type of yarn called fun fur, meanwhile, was drawing younger consumers into Wal-Mart's knitting products areas.