If you're in the market for real fur scarves, there are a few main types to consider:
Mink fur scarves tend to be on the pricier side, while rex rabbit fur scarves are more affordable.
If you're interested in adding patterns or designs to your fur scarf, mink and rex rabbit fur are good choices because they are short and can accommodate such embellishments.
On the other hand, if you're looking for a scarf with more volume and fluffiness, you might prefer fox or raccoon fur, which have longer fur length.
In addition to these options, we also offer bulk orders of wool fur scarves, cashmere fur scarves, turkey feather fur scarves, and Tibet fur scarves.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any specific needs or questions.
And as a point of reference, we've included some styles for you to peruse.
When it comes to crafting real fur scarves, there are a few different classifications to consider.
These include full skin, knitted fur, strip fur, pieces, and various combinations of materials.
Here's a breakdown of each category:
2.1 Full skin:
This type of scarf is made using a complete piece of fur, so you'll see the fur in its entirety on the scarf.
There are two types of full skin fur parts to be aware of:
2.1.1 Double face fur: This style features fur on both sides of the scarf.
2.1.2 One side fur and the other side fabric: This design has fur on one side of the scarf and fabric on the other.
Here are some examples of double face fur scarf styles:
Here are some examples of one side fur/one side fabric scarf styles:
2.2 Knitted fur:
This method involves knitting fur strips onto a net. There are four main types of knitted fur:
Here are some popular styles of knitted fur scarves for reference:
Strip fur scarves have clear and evenly spaced strips of fur.
These scarves are made by piecing together different parts of fur, resulting in a random pattern of colors.
If you prefer a solid color, it's best to go for black or a dark hue.
2.5 Different Types of Fur Material Combinations:
One of the most popular combinations is rex rabbit fur with fox fur trim decoration.
The rabbit fur part can be either full skin or knitted, and the fox part is usually full skin.
However, we can manufacture any material combination that you desire.
3.1 Full Skin:
For small-sized fur scarves, one piece of fur raw material may be enough.
However, for larger sizes, we need to choose fur raw materials of similar length and density and combine them to create an even fur area.
The final step is to sew them on the edge, which is a straightforward process.
3.2 Knit Scarf:
To make a knit scarf, we need to find similar density and quality fur and cut them into similar widths of fur strips.
Then we knit them on different nets to create various patterns that clients request.
This process is more labor-intensive and time-consuming than making full skin scarves.
For strip scarves, we cut fur strips and sew them onto the net, fabric, leather, or other materials.
(The net used for strip scarves is different from the one used for knit scarves)
Pieces plates are made using the same method as full skin or knit scarves, except that they use fur raw materials obtained from making fur coat remnants.
The cost of fur scarves is determined by factors such as fur quality, density, and size.
(About how to check fur quality and fur density, please read our previous article: 7 Characteristics That You Should Know to Identify Fur Quality)
For knit and strip scarves, labor cost and style pattern will also affect the total cost.
Additionally, the origin of the fur material (such as Chinese domestic fur or Denmark fur for mink) plays a significant role in the cost.
Imported fur raw materials are more expensive.
Pieces plates are relatively cheap since they are made from fur remnants, but they still have good density and unique beauty.
We can create bespoke fur scarf styles to meet your needs or make modifications to our existing styles to create unique ones for you. We will keep your designs confidential.
Sizes can be made according to your requirements.
Typical fur scarf lengths are around 70cm, 90cm, 120cm, 160cm, and 180cm, with a width of around 12cm, 15cm, 20cm or more.
We can sew your brand labels for free if you supply us with your logo labels or hangtags.
We can also make your logo labels with our cooperating factories, and they will charge you for the labels, which we will sew onto your scarves for free.
If you require custom-made plastic bag or carton packing, we can arrange that as well.
There are several shipping options available, including express, air, or sea shipping.
Express shipping, such as DHL, FedEx, or UPS, is the fastest method.
We usually ship our products by express, but we also offer other transportation methods.
To save on shipping costs, we recommend combining air or sea shipping with express shipping.
The first leg of the shipment would be by air or sea, and the second leg would be by express courier.
This approach can help reduce shipping costs and simplify the import procedures for buyers and boutique owners. With this method, products can be delivered directly to their doorstep.
So there you have it – a rundown of the different types and costs of real fur scarves.
We hope this information helps you choose the perfect styles for your fur business.