Capes and Cloaks
Feel like a superhero this season in one of fall's trendiest capes, like this one from Chloé. The oversize outerwear was also seen on the runways of Céline, Burberry, and Oscar de la Renta, among others. It's the fashion-girl alternative to a trench coat or denim jacket. Snag one if you want to be more daring with your look this season. viahttps://www.marieclaire.com/
A cape is the ultimate winter garment for the woman who wants to announce her obsession with fashion to the world. Let’s clear up the distinction, first: a cape is a shorter, sleeveless garment that drapes over the back, arms, and chest, with a fastening at the neck. A cloak is the same, but much longer and therefore warmer.
The winter 2019-2020 fashion trends gave us a massive selection of capes and cloaks in different styles, to imbue any style with a touch of 19th century romance.
Miuccia Prada made cloaks a part of both her Prada and Miu Miu collections. The Prada cloaks were a little dark, made of dark brown or black lace, in a collection that took its inspiration from gothic horror. The Miu Miu cloaks were more romantic (and also decidedly warmer), with a bulkier design and large buttons in black, navy blue, and even a few in camo!
We always love the romantic designs from Dolce & Gabbana, which featured silk capes worn over nighties and more substantial button capes made to match a houndstooth outfit. Other labels to craft gorgeous cloaks and capes included Marc Jacobs, Giorgio Armani, Balmain and Valentino.
For those wishing to stay modern while firmly classic, the return of the cape is the answer, a chic (and comfortable) complement to both casual looks and eveningwear. CAPES From left to right: Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, Celine by Hedi Slimane
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