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  • Top Tips

    • A cape that hits below the knee is easiest to layer over every length of trouser and dress, making for greater versatility. 
    • Reach for a style that fastens at the collar to ensure it doesn’t slip when you walk. 
    • Balance the volume of a cape by keeping the outfit underneath slimmer-line. 

    The Cape

    A cape might not be the first style you think of when considering autumn/winter outerwear, but if you already have the classics ticked off (trench, wrap, camel, overcoat), then this is the piece to invest in. While the trapeze silhouette lends statement swoosh to an outfit – and will up the ante of even the simplest jeans-and-jumper combination – the really smart thing about a cape is that it can be easily worn from day to night, for both casual and smart dress codes. Whether you opt for a light mac style, structured wool or statement print, this is a piece from which you’re guaranteed to get maximum wear. 

    Edited by Petro Words by Frankie

    Top Tips

    • Think of it as a layering piece and, during the colder months, wear atop blazers and jackets to add warmth. 
    • Create additional shape by cinching a wide belt around the waistline of your cape. 
    • A structured version with defined shoulders makes for a smarter look, while fluid and knitted styles are suited to off-duty wear. 



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