I think I'm turning into a bit of a series addict. Nevertheless, I present you with the first of my 'one times four' series, which is a popular theme within blog posts and videos about the online fashion community. So, as I'm always wanting to try new things, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and use my budget and DIY skills to share with you some fun, simple and most definitely cheap ideas.
First up: a classic winter fur collar used in 4 different ways!
I'm not a massive hat fan, my head is a funny shape, plus my super-thick hair looks ridiculous poking out the end, so I much prefer to wear a headband style to keep my ears warm. The one pictured above is put together with my fur collar and a pretty broche attaching the two ends at the back. This is perfect for bad hair days, which seem to be far to regular in my case, and adding a little bit of pretty winter-ness to an outfit.
Using a broche again, we can make a more formal looking fur collar by attaching the two ends. I find this looks much more finished and glamourous than having the ends loose. This type of collar looks great with winter jumpers, a leather jacket and can even be worn in the evening with a LBD.
Modernising the typical 'Mrs Santa' outfit, (as seen on Mean Girls, think 'Jingle Bell Rock') we have the fur collar attached to the bottom of a dress and in this case, an asymmetrical snake print dress. A clash of textures but a perfect blend of neutral colours and this fur hem looks gorgeous poking out underneath a thick jumper. The more layers, the more wearable this little accessory is.
Spreading the fur collar right to the accessories department, we have a super simple bag addition. A fur tail on a bag is definitely indulgent glamour, a la Louis Vuitton & Victoria Beckham, but a fur collar can do the job just as well.
Again, I hope I've inspired you to make the most of everything you own which means more money for you! Keep checking back for my next 'one times four' involving a very wintery fairisle piece!