Fur products are out of fashion and timeless. However, you run the risk of being deceived by purchasing a fur coat. After all, expensive furs are being faked more and more often. This is especially true for mink.
In order to purchase a real mink coat, contact only stores that have proven themselves on the positive side and have been selling this product on the market for several years. Only here you can buy a high-quality fur product and receive professional advice on caring for it.
However, even if you purchase a fur coat in an upmarket store, consider it carefully. Unscrupulous producers often sell a dyed rabbit or groundhog instead of mink. The mink fur can be distinguished by touch. Run your hand over the product. The villi of a real mink are very elastic, after mechanical action on them, they tend to instantly take their previous shape. The fur is relatively tough, but not prickly. He has a very even, dense undercoat perfectly visible. Above it, you can see an equal length of needle guard hair. The fur of a rabbit and a marmot has guard hairs of different sizes, and the fur itself is too soft.
Many manufacturers expose mink fur to "hairdressing" procedures. Ost can be pinched or cut. This is done in order to completely remove the awn or simply align it in length with underfur. The term of wearing a fur coat directly depends on the condition of the awn. Run your hand against the grain of the garment. If the guard hairs were simply clipped, then you will feel a slight tingling sensation.
To accurately distinguish real mink fur from a dyed fake, study it from the inside out. Pay attention to the skin. It should be white or cream in color. Traces of paint should not be visible. Remember, the skin of a real mink must always be shiny. If it is not dyed, then on it you can find quite rare single white hairs.