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Material ImitationPlay
Faux often describes materials made to imitate something valuable or genuine, like fur or leather. SlideHer couch was upholstered in faux leather for an affordable luxury look.
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Ethical AlternativesPlay
Using 'faux' can suggest a choice made for ethical reasons, such as avoiding animal products. SlideVegans prefer wearing faux fur as a stand against animal cruelty.
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Cost PerspectivePlay
Faux items are generally less expensive, highlighting affordability in contrast to the real thing. SlideShe accessorized her outfit with a faux pearl necklace, saving money without sacrificing style.