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10 style influencers to follow for faux fur jacket inspirations

With the news of Gucci going fur-free and the big question on whether other fashion houses will follow suit still lingering around the fashion industry, sticking to faux fur jackets may seem to be a good choice this season. If you have trouble identifying between real fur and faux fur, read here.

When you support faux fur, you’ve practically saved an animal from being slaughtered for its mane. That alone is already a big enough reason to be choosing faux fur. While we love how easy it is to clean and store, here’s one more reason we’re impressed: It’s customisable in terms of colour, length, texture, and most importantly, thickness. That means there are faux fur jackets in the market comfortable enough to be worn by people living in hot climate countries (meaning people like us).

It may be difficult to style faux fur jackets for humid countries but thanks to the Internet and Instagram, it’s doable. If Gisele Bündchen can work faux fur this well, so can we right? Apart from these 10 KL style influencers, we round up an additional 10 from around the world that you can follow for faux fur jacket inspiration.

(Featured image credit: Song of Style)

1
Stephanie Villa

Chinese-American Stephanie Villa (aka Soothing Sista) is based in Los Angeles, USA. Scrolling through her feed, you’ll sport plenty of street style items like vintage tees and oversized leather jackets. Along with her Youtube chanel, she also recently launched a new series called “The Good, The Bad, and The Trendy” to try and share her opinion on beauty products.

@soothingsista

2
Amy Lee

Amy dedicates her time on her Youtube channel, Vagabond Youth, where she posts beauty, lifestyle and mostly modern upbeat fashion content. Both fashion and editing are definitely Amy’s forte.

@amyvagabondd

3
Kara Del Toro

Kara may be new to the Youtube world but her Instagram feed is giving us major body goals. She’s always in swimwear and lingerie but that’s okay, we need swimwear inspiration too once in a while.

@karajewell

 

4
Jenn Im

This Korean-American fashion and beauty Youtuber is no stranger to the internet world. Jenn Im has been in the online industry since 2010 and she’s not slowing down in the industry. In fact, she’s been working hard on her own clothing line, Eggie.

@imjennim

5
Brenda Wasylucha

Brenda expresses her creativity via her Instagram and blog, Tastemak-er, where she posts about fashion tips and food recommendations. She also has her own jewellery line and donates 10% of all net profits from Shop Tastemak-er to women’s charities.

@brendawasylucha

6
Willabelle Ong

She is the writer, photographer, and creative behind the fashion, travel and lifestyle blog, Pale Division. Based in Singapore and Australia, Willabelle has also been featured on countless of well-known publications — namely, The New York Times, NYLON, Teen Vogue.

@willamazing

7
Aimee Song

Also no stranger to the fashion industry both online and offline, Aimee is seen travelling around the world always looking effortlessly stylish. With 4.7 million followers on Instagram, she definitely did not disappoint in terms of style and supporting faux fur.

@songofstyle

8
Aileen Luib

Aileen’s monochromatic feed is what drew us into clicking ‘follow’ on her profile. She calls herself an affordable fashion, beauty & lifestyle blogger, promoting affordable luxury lifestyle on her blog, The Baller On A Budget.

@balleronabudget

9
Maria Vizuete

Maria living in the colder climate countries is good inspiration for us. She brings sweater-weather style to a whole other level. She also posts beauty videos on her Youtube channel.

@miamiamine

 

10
Janice Joostema

Started out as a model, Janice found her blogging niche when she attending fashion design school. She blogs about her personal style, beauty tips, makeup tutorials, fashion hauls, food and travels — pretty much the jetsetter life.

@janicejoostema

Jolin Lee
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Unlike most modern-day millennials, Jolin does not need caffeine or alcohol to power through the day (and night). Her eye for beauty is as sharp as her eyeliner flick, and she can spot your unblended eye makeup from a mile away.