Today's story is about women's trendy fur sweaters to wear this winter season. It's a perfect times of year to have some fun with cozy layers. There are so many options to try on, starting from faux fur, to raccoon, fox and rabbit. Speaking of styles, then I offer you to try on office ones which are comfortable enough for lunches, as well as casual ones which are glamorous enough for a night on the town, or laid back weekends. I personally like the warm designs which are versatile enough to be worn either with office trousers or jeans. Play up your wardrobe this season with these eight fashionable creations.
Balmain khaki green raccoon long sleeve crewneck with tonal leather trim has curved hem and tonal stitching. Try it on paired with mini black leather skirt and cozy black tights.
L'Agence ribbed grey-beige top with rabbit panel looks perfect for teaming with office style pleated grey trousers.
Nina Ricci comes with a black sweater which has long sleeves and mock neck collar. It has a faux fur flocked at front and side panels, which can look awesome underneath cool outerwear. Try this black piece with mini, flared skirt for a high-school look update.
O'2Nd beige fur patchwork crewneck looks great made of natural grey fox, dyed rabbit and brushed bouclé knit.
The following One By Nightwalker Bunker boat neck sweater looks bright in two-tone navy-white stripes.
Opening Ceremony has its own version of a striped turtleneck, which is colored in navy with multi colored front panel. This sweater feels cozy, constructed with an open knit front panel and wool back. Try it on with awesome, patent black leather wide trousers.
Sally Lapointe heavy turtleneck with rich fox panel looks edgy and very practical. The chunky knits come in light brown color making the silhouette look a bit oversized.
If you want a proper street style look, then try on this 3.1 Phillip Lim grey fur collar zip-up piece in heather charcoal grey color. This style has elasticised sleeve cuffs and hem, which add kind of sporty touch to this cozy layer.