And now that there are so many incredible, luxurious-looking faux options out there-from teddy bear shearling to dramatic animal prints and candy-colored chubbies-there’s no reason to spring for the real thing. Here, editor Christina Holevas rounds up some of her favorite pieces from around the Internet, at every price point. (If you’re looking to incorporate more cruelty-free layers into your wardrobe, check out our favorite vegan leather pieces as well.)
Stand faux-fur coat, $656, matchesfashion.com
Stand is one of my favorite brands for faux fur and leather. They have a great selection of the coolest styles.
Baum Und Pferdgarten faux-fur coat, (was $545, now $381), mytheresa.com
This one is like wearing a teddy bear!
Acne Studios faux-fur coat, (was $3,200, now $2,240), mytheresa.com
This Acne Studios coat gives me Cruella DeVille vibes in the best possible way (and sans the animal cruelty!)
Faz Not Fur faux-fur coat, $950, modaoperandi.com
This collarless style is incredibly elegant.
Stella McCartney faux fur coat, $2625, farfetch.com
I love this chevron Stella McCartney jacket for when I want to bring a bit of drama to my outfit.
Apparis faux fur coat, $518, farfetch.com
You can’t go wrong with a classic leopard coat.
Balenciaga faux fur and faux leather coat, (was $3,600, now $1,080), matchesfashion.com
I love the vintage feel of this oversized Balenciaga number.
Unreal Fur faux fur coat, (was $499, now $249), theoutnet.com
A classic, long, black (faux) fur. So chic.
Frame faux fur coat, (was $803, now $393), theoutnet.com
If you need a gentle easing out of your bathrobe after all of these months indoors, this Frame coat looks equally comfortable.
House of Fluff faux fur trimmed coat. (was $990, now $445), theoutnet.com
This shaggy number will make your 1970s dreams come true.
Shrimps faux fur coat, (was $950, now $446), theoutnet.com
I would pair this ladylike option with tomboy jeans and a t-shirt to dress it down.