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How to Freshen up Your Fur

With October coming fresh off the heels of September, we can officially say that fall is in full swing. You know what that means: you can finally pull your favorite fur coat out of storage and start wearing it again! However, sometimes this is a little easier said than done. What are you supposed to […]

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Four of the Best Ways to Repurpose Old Fur

As the old saying goes, “Nothing lasts forever” – not even your favorite vintage fur coats! While this reality is no doubt unfortunate, everyone will have to face it eventually. This goes especially for the owners or inheritors of vintage furs, who may someday (or currently) find their trusty pieces of apparel falling apart at […]

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A Guide to Keeping Your Fur Coat Clean

There’s a lot you’ll need to know once you take on fur coat ownership, especially when it comes to how to take care of real fur. While certainly gorgeous, these decadent pieces of fur apparel are also quite high maintenance! It will be on you to learn how to care for them in all the […]

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Easy Tips for Taking Excellent Care of Your Fur

After all this time of planning and saving, you’ve finally acquired your very first fur coat. Congratulations! We’re sure you’ll love (and love wearing) this new addition to your wardrobe for years to come. However, to truly ensure your coat lasts that long, you’ll have to learn all there is when it comes to how […]

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Is It Time to Put Your Fur Coat in Storage?

With July marked and in view on our calendars and the heat scorching down on us, it’s clear that summer has well and truly arrived… but what does that mean for your fur coat? As much as you may love the fur you have stashed in your wardrobe, there’s no point in wearing it in […]

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A Simple Guide to Altering Your Fur Coat

As much as you love your fur coat, you may come to a point where change needs to happen – and that’s understandable! Everyone gets tired of the same-old, same-old, whether it’s in the meals they eat, the media they consume or even the fabulous fur coats they adorn their bodies with. At Morris Kaye, […]

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The Why and How of Fur Coat Repair

There’s a lot that goes into how to take care of real fur. Thanks to its natural origins and structure, it’s a very delicate piece of apparel and requires quite a bit of care to keep looking its best. Whether you’ve owned your particular coat or have recently received an older coat from someone else, […]

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A Quick Guide to Restyling That Old Fur Coat

With springtime well under way, there’s no doubt you’ve spent the season doing quite a bit of cleaning to freshen up your home. After a bit of digging and several years’ worth of clothing being tossed into your donation box, you’ve stumbled across an old fur coat; one you haven’t seen in eons. While dusty […]

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The Worst Fur Storage Blunders – and How to Avoid Them!

Now that spring is drawing to a close, it’s time to stow away your beloved fur coat until winter returns. It’s a sad fact, to be sure; however, storing your fur coat when the weather won’t allow you to actually wear it is better for its overall health. That being said, there are certain do’s […]

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Fur Glazing: What It Is, and How It Helps Your Fur Shine!

Upon hearing the word “glazing,” most of us are likely to think of a freshly baked donut or a succulent baked ham. You may be surprised to learn glazing also applies to the fur industry! As you’ve likely already guessed, the process doesn’t involve your coat being coated in a thick layer of sugar. Instead […]

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