...brightly coloured faux fur is all the rage at the moment.

My third and final faux fur coat is all about a pop of colour.  As I mentioned in my previous post, brightly coloured faux fur is all the rage at the moment.  Recently, I’ve found myself embracing a brighter palette so I’m kinda loving this trend.

This coat is from up and coming faux fur label Jakke.  They seem to be leading the way in fun statement designs for faux fur jackets and coats.  Whether it be their use of bright colours, bold designs or unique shapes, Jakke is the go-to brand if you want something a little different from the “norm”.

They are on the pricier side.  At £150 this is the most expensive coat out of the 3 I’ve featured in this series (see the other ones HERE & HERE).  However, it is great quality.  A friend of mine has one which she wears loads and it’s stood the test of time really well.

Personally, I lean towards Jakke’s more outlandish designs.  Just because if you’re going to buy a plain faux fur coat you can probably find one as good quality for less.  However, if you want something that’s going to stand out from the crowd then they should be your first port of call.

I love this yellow and white combo which is surprisingly easy to pair with just about any outfit.  It looks great with black, blue denim and even a more colourful outfit.  Other favourite designs of theirs include the flames (see it HERE), hearts (see it HERE) and aviator style (see it HERE).

Outfit details: Sweater – Topshop (find HERE) | Skirt – (find HERE) | Coat – Jakke (find HERE) | Shoes – Anya Hindmarch (find HERE & HERE in silver, both on SALE) | Bag – Sophia Webster (find HERE)

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