How To Wear A Cape Coat In Winter
Winter is almost here, it’s hiding around the corner, and that means it’s time to start finding your perfect coat. As our Winter seems to be a little warmer than the freezing temperatures of yesteryear’s, a cape coat (shop cape coats) is the perfect option. Think a warm coat on the shoulders while keeping your arms free and cooler, they are the perfect type of coat for the current temperature we are having.
When it comes to styling cape coats, one of the most classic ways to do this is with skinny jeans and boots, be it thigh high or ankle (like the Sam Edelman Petty), as this will elongate your legs and give you that dressed for Winter feel. If you prefer to shy away from jeans and favour dresses or skirts, then your best option is to opt for a suede or corduroy skirt, some nice thick tights and your over the knee boots. This is another chic and ultimate combination that will give you that ultimate Parisian feel.
So many fashion bloggers and celebs are styling their own cape coats for Winter, especially the iconic Burberry capes and ponchos as these have that luxurious feel to them all while making a bold colour statement at the same time. You may have noticed fashionista’s like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Olivia Palermo rocking their own Burberry capes last year, so why not spruce your look up this Winter with a similar style? You may be thinking ‘but that was last year?’ but honestly, capes are timeless and they can be worn year in, year out. I promise!
Stunning Pierre Balmain cape in a deep naval blue, neoprene bonding accentuates the structured drape of this naval-inspired Pierre Balmain cape. The double-breasted placket completes the formal silhouette. It features draped side overlays.
- Dry Clean Only
- Made in Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
Introducing this stunning Harrods of London white winter wool cape, made in a natural wool and angora mix. Styled with a stand collar and streamlined silhouette, it features on-seam arm slits and concealed fastenings with a statement button at the throat. Timelessly chic, layer it over a cashmere knit for added luxury.
You either have the option of keeping things neutral and clean along the lines of brown, taupe, grey or black, focusing heavily on accessories like hats and a large tote, or you can keep everything simple and opt for a really bold, printed cape with lots of colour. This will liven up your look and make you stand out from the crowd. There are numerous ways in which you can style a cape for Winter, so check out some of the fashion bloggers below for some styling inspiration!
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