The Girl In The Cape

Hooded capes began emerging in Fall 2014 Fashion Weeks around the globe…  Even The Blonde Salad (widely-followed blogger) wore a LV-pattern print hooded-cape with tight, dark denim at Fall Winter 2014 NYFW (seen here).  Gareth Pugh models at London Fashion Week on Saturday, February 21, 2015 were swathed in big padded & hooded capes & floor-sweeping skirts, like sinister medieval monks (seen here).  It is abundantly clear that this printed hooded-cape trend is here to stay for several cooler seasons…

I added the pop of RED to really make the BLACK & WHITE stand out against the bright dress underneath.  The simple black, leather booties keep the look classic & not overly distracting with so much attention already paid on this beautiful wool cape…  I loved pairing this second look with more jewels from my collaboration with Charme Silkiner!  Her new Spring line is absolutely gorgeous!!!  Happy shopping! <3


Zara – Hooded Wool Cape


Inverse Dress – Minty Meets Munt – Revolve Clothing

leigh earrings – Charme Silkiner

brady bracelet – Charme Silkiner

karma bracelet – Charme Silkiner

victoria necklace – Charme Silkiner

jessa necklace – Charme Silkiner

ari necklace – Charme Silkiner

“In fairy tales, the bad guy is very easy to spot.  The bad guy is always wearing a black cape so you always know who he is.”

– Taylor Swift


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6 Comments on The Girl In The Cape

  1. Muhammad
    May 6, 2015 at 10:55 am (6 years ago)

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    • Tamir
      August 8, 2015 at 2:02 am (6 years ago)

      I love the accesories shots..they are amnazig..have a great time…and hope to see your coverage of the Cape Town Fashion week.hugsAndyThe Black Label

  2. David
    August 7, 2015 at 9:33 pm (6 years ago)

    I really love the cape too! Sometimes it’s hard when clohtes cost too much. Are they really worth it? And if they instead are to cheap I wonder about the process of making them. Beautiful pictures though!


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