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Karakulcha fur coats
A karakulcha fur coat is a light and endlessly elegant piece of wardrobe. Karakulcha is sometimes mistaken for karakul but these are two different things. Кarakul is made from the pelts of new born lambs of the karakul sheep. Karakulcha is made from the pelts of prematurely born lambs of the same animal. Karakulcha is extremely thin, soft and shiny fur with moiré pattern. Since the curls haven’t formed yet, there is only slightly outlined pattern.
The more beautiful the pattern, the more valuable fur is. Karakulcha reminds velvet or Kashmir. It is not used for manufacturing of casual clothes; it is the material for the exclusive evening garments. Karakulcha may be black, grey, brown with its tints (sur). Sur is fur with irregularly dyed hairs, they are dark-brown near the root and lighter towards the ends.
SPECIAL FEATURES OF karakulcha
Karakulcha is a very light material. There is a belief that karakulcha fur coats have therapeutic effects. This fur is considered to be more stylish and lighter than the typical winter furs. It is designed for cold autumn, spring and warm winter.
Our designers like to use karakulcha. Its moiré pattern and beautiful shine inspire to create very elegant and unusual garments. The modern fur fashion embraces not long karakulcha fur coats as well as coats, short coats, elegant suits and dresses, shawls with silk lining, wraps and scarves. The combination of karakulcha and skin is used often. Glowing like velvet, karakulcha fur inspires to create garments with a very feminine soft silhouette.
Due to its high flexibility, this fur is suitable for bag manufacturing. A karakulcha scarf looks spectacular. It looks great whether it is worn over the coat, fixed with the broach or simply wrapped around your neck.