Want to be a stylish superhero this fall? Reach for a retro cape coat! They’re cute, cozy, and look especially awesome with skinny jeans and boots, which happens to be my fall uniform. I found 10 fabulous cape coats in a variety of cuts and fabrics, starting at just 27 bucks. Click through to check ‘em out!
Me: I like your cape.
Model: Thank you.
Me: It’s very Empire Strikes Back.
Model: What is that supposed to mean? Keep reading »
I’m all for capes, whether they be plaid wool or nylon with a Superman logo, but this gray jersey version by Kirrily Johnston is a dead ringer for the bed sheet I wrap around myself when I have the flu. If that wasn’t bad enough, it’s inexplicably being modeled with a see-through shirt and camel toe. Suddenly, I don’t feel so good. [$80, Shopbop] Keep reading »
British musician and TV presenter Myleene Klass has solved the age-old fashion dilemma of what to wear when it’s gloomy and rainy so you don’t look like a soggy mess. She started off with a cute cape that blocked her pleated skirt and stripe T-shirt from the elements. Then, she added a pair of knee-high boots that keep legs and feet from getting soaked, but are so much cooler than Wellies. Myleene chased away gray clouds with a bright red lip. See how you can get a similar look, after the jump. Keep reading »
Capes and ponchos are not only very in this fall, but are also quite practical, which — let’s face it — fashion often isn’t. Capes and ponchos allow room for layering and can keep you dry on a rainy day. But since this is quite possibly a fleeting trend, here are some capes and ponchos that won’t break the bank. Keep reading »
Leighton Meester showed up to the “Date Night” premiere wearing a Giambattista Valli dress with a cape-like fringe hanging from her shoulders. Do you think she looks like a fashion-forward Wonder Woman, or a fashion victim? Keep reading »
Dogs are always in style, so I wasn’t surprised to see a hip pooch chilling at a party I attended last weekend. I was a bit surprised that the dog donned a cape, but I was even more surprised when the owner told me the cape was less about fashion and more for psychological reasons. In the age of Burberry dog coats and Louis Vuitton dog collars, a pooch in fancy threads barely merits recognition. A dog in a cape to ease his canine anxiety? Now that’s a trendsetter.
Turns out there is a whole new booming industry of doggie clothing and accessories to help ease your pup’s state of mind without therapy. Here’s what we found… Keep reading »