the cloak cloak is inspired by a medieval style that was common for the Catholic cleric. It was a loose outer garment, a sleeveless cape which priests used for solemn events and which was strongly linked to religious tradition. The cloak’s mysterious and romantic look inspired milliners. They have created gorgeous variations of women’s clothing by modernizing this idea that has spanned the centuries. Today the cloak cloak is well known as a trendy and chic ladies coat.
Cape coat in beige
Cape coat, plaid patterns
Cape coat in bright red
It is not always the warmest and most practical piece of clothing, but you will undoubtedly have a great time with it! The freedom of movement it gives you and the original silhouette that differs from the static visions that we have grown accustomed to seeing during winter will be a great advantage. You must know how to wear the cloak cloak. Since it is ample, it widens the upper part of the body and one must compensate for this volume with a slim silhouette of the feet. Narrow pants, jeans, original tights worn with short skirts will create a very chic effect. If the coat is long, it is good to wear shoes with high heels.
A blanket style cape
A military-style cape coat
Chic variations of the cape coat
The complete lack of sleeves is not at all practical and it is not very popular today but the poncho type silhouette remains and is multiplied with different types of closures, asymmetries and designs. The sleeves can be long or short or non-existent but instead there is a slit to be able to take out your hands. The long gloves are very elegant and you can match them with the cape coat without worry. If the season is really cold, you can always put a coat under your cape and you will be protected from the cold..
An interesting coat for a lady with style
This extraordinary coat exists in different variations, there are more flirtatious and playful but also more serious and elegant and you can choose the one you prefer and which best suits your figure and your uniqueness..