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Guilt Free Fur? That’s the Idea at Iteratti in Dallas

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"Guilt free" options include a squirrel wrap, a raccoon coat, and a mink stole. (photography courtesy of Iteratti.com)
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Guilt Free Fur? That’s the Idea at Iteratti in Dallas

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"Guilt free" options include a squirrel wrap, a raccoon coat, and a mink stole. (photography courtesy of Iteratti.com)

I’m not sure there’s that much guilt in Dallas about wearing fur, but for those who do question the life of the furry creature that provided his or her coat, you might welcome the opening of Iteratti at The Prashe Showroom. Vintage furs are recycled, refurbished with a green satin lining, and sold without harming a hair on the head of another squirrel, mink, fox, raccoon, or badger. (Yes, even badgers are coveted for their chic outer layer.) I like the idea of preventing more animal cruelty, but I’m a bit worried that people are often fashion sheep. You see one person wearing a fur (vintage or new) and think, “Hey! Furs are in. I’m going to buy me one.” But maybe that’s too negative? In any case, I’m not judging. My great-grandfather was a furrier. (Not to be confused with a furry.) Shop the new boutique for stoles, wraps, jackets, and full-length coats that run from $800 to $5,000.