mink coat


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mink coat

highly prized fur apparel; traditionally associated with wealthy ladies. [Western Culture: Misc.]
See: Luxury
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There is an issue about looking into what fur people object to and I think that is the luxury end; one mink coat can take hundreds of animals.
The four-year-old vehicle, registration 888 DAX, also contained items worth up to pounds 4,500, including a riding hat and boots, a full length mink coat, a Mulberry handbag, a Louis Vuitton purse and a pair of Christian Dior sunglasses.
Nevertheless, I asked Harold to reline my mink coat and alter the sleeves.
The 40-year-old from Swansea also wore what looked like a mink coat but photographs did not make clear whether it was fur or fake.
And there you are with a BC Egyptian mummy of a child, two paces away from the mink coat Agatha Christie wore in the 1950s ('This was the must-have fashion item of the day but is highly controversial now', says the label.
She was wearing a full-length mink coat, and I thought, too much makeup.
How about a three-quarter-length mink coat for $40?
Sean P Diddy/Puff Daddy Combs is often seen in his favourite grey mink coat.
Citroen's sporty turbo-diesel version of the Xsara is sleek as a mink coat, but with a price-tag more in line with fake fur.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH got fully behind last Sunday's Countryside March, and Muttley enjoyed Marcus Armytage's follow-up which told of a lady on the march wearing a full-length mink coat.
For growing families, the hopelessly outdated mink coat closet of older apartments becomes a valuable home addition when converted to a nursery storage area with built-in shelving.
How far can a man go just to have the price of a mink coat in his pocket?