No, I don't have any, but not because of any ethical objections (I'm neither vegetarian nor vegan and I don't see a material distinction between killing animals for food and doing so for clothing). I probably wouldn't buy any real fur items largely because of the social stigma that tends to surround them.
No, I don't have anything made of real fur... Honestly, I'm a little creeped out by it. My mother's got an old mink wrap or something, left by my great-grandmother, and all I think when I see it is "Ew, dead furry thing..."
I have some. My grandfather used to work with fur and leather so my grandmother would get things cheap. I might get some fur, but it'd definitely have to be nice and that would be pricey and I just don't have the money to spare. And I wouldn't go fur crazy, but a nice coat can be useful or a fur trimmed cape.
I don't care for the look of it, so I would say no. If I lived in Siberia or somewhere where it made sense, then sure, as long as I knew that the company it came from is ethical in how it obtains the fur.
I dont have any because they just would not look good on me. My wife does not have any because she does not like the look, but loves the feel. But I would have no problem wearing real fur. I know alot of people do, but I dont.
I avoid real fur like the plague but I absolutely love leather.
It's a little quirk that I'm pretty sure I inherited from my mom, but the smell of leather is one of my favorite scents ever.
I sort of feel bad for the cows, but I could never be a vegetarian and I don't think I'll ever stop liking leather.
I do like faux fur though, I don't mind wearing items made with that so long as it's not the crummy kind that sheds everywhere.