Leave it to Kim Kardashian to always draw a crowd wherever she goes. Add Kanye to the equation and you basically get a mob. A few weeks ago, the reality TV star was spotted out and about in Soho, New York with her man and people basically flocked to watch the brunette and beau do their thing.
For the activity, Kim wore a statement coat — an oversized pastel-pink topper — over black leggings and a black top. Finishing up the outfit were a pair of black pointy pumps and a striking furry neck warmer in acid yellow.
Kim Kardashian is spotted wearing a yellow fur scarf while out and about at the Soho in New York City with Kanye West (not in picture), February 23, 2014
You know, we bet if she slipped into a pair of trainers and headed to the gym, that black outfit underneath her coat will still look appropriate. It’s amazing what a stunning coat and a fancy furry neck warmer can do to an attire, noh?
Kim’s fur stole is from Marni’s fall 2013 collection. It’s made of genuine fox fur colored in dark yellow and white. We’re actually amazed that it’s already sold out, considering the piece retailed for a hefty (and ridiclously high) $3620 when it came out. Knowing Kim, she probably took the chance to own a “rare” or relativity one of a kind item and grabbed one for herself.
Fur Scarf on the Marni fall 2013 runway
Marni Frost Fox Fur Stole, $3620 (sold out)
That said, there’s no denying that statement fur can easily upgrade and glam up your style. And when it comes to colored fur, well, let’s just say that with it, you get double the glamour and twice as much attention. If you have a colored fur scarf in your closet that you’re too scared to wear, just read our how-to-wear guide and take it out for a spin — while the weather permits.
If you don’t and you’d like to give colored fur a try, get this discounted MBMJ scarf from Zappos. It’s actually made of faux fur material so no need to feel bad about wearing it. Wear the piece with an oversized grey coat and an outfit done in a neutral palette to make it the focal point of your look.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Rue Rabbit Fur Scarf, $115 (was $198)
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