Trend of the week: Monster furs

Be fiercely fashionable this Halloween, says Annmarie O’Connor.


What do Dries Van Noten, Macklemore and the Honey Monster have in common – a proclivity for hirsuite coats and super shaggy textures, that’s what. Whether its an outre Yeti style, a 60s leopard number or cool Studio 54 chubby, the look is oversized, cosy and ohso-faux. No need for a mask tonight when you can fake it in style!


Afraid of chosing the wrong style? We’ve got the tips that’ll tame any fashion fears.

PETITE: cropped or waist -length — collarless

APPLE: mid-thigh or waist -length — v-neck

PEAR: cropped or waistlength — collarless or v-neck

TALL: mid-cald of full-length — collarless or v-neck


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