Parka with fur
The parka is undoubtedly one of the most popular garments in vogue in recent times. The Parka is a padded and waterproof jacket whose padding is made with the use of fur. The term Parka comes from a dialect spoken in the northern part of Russia and literally means animal skin. Originally In fact, this garment was used to cover from the cold and particularly icy climates. The parka nowadays has become a outerwear, especially for younger women as they can give a very fashionable look but at the same time is extremely comfortable as it can be used with any atmospheric condition (It has a practical hood).
The parka with fur
The parka with fur is one of the most captivating of this garment. It is indeed a garment that not only heats up from cold and freezing temperatures but it is also able to give to the look a dynamic style, modern and contemporary. The fur inside a parka can be placed in different areas of the coat. The most common area is the edge hood: In this case the fur has a prevalently valuable aesthetic. If you want to opt for a type of parka that is more warm and comfortable you can choose the one made with the fur placed as an interior padding of the parka, a real must have for the winter.
Parka with natural fur or faux fur?
Depending on the brand, price, model and characteristics, each Parka can be characterized by a natural fur or a faux. The parka with natural fur is sure to have a Higher value as it is generally true animal hair which are therefore softer and silky to the touch. The parka with faux fur is certainly a more accessible solution to all pockets as it is not real animal skin, so it has a lower quality.
Prices of Parka
As already mentioned, the parka with the natural fur are significantly higher quality than faux parka. For that reason increasing the quality will increase also the price. Even the brand may be one of the consequences of the increase in the cost of a Parka. Usually they fall in price range that part From 500 euros to over 3000 euros.