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Capes were really popular in the 1940's in British fashion because they were seen as bomb shelter covers. This attributes to why they were so over-sized. The overall shape of this cape is very similar, with a few marked differences. This cape isn't made out of wool, like the traditional ones. It also lacks a hod, and has a cute bow detail, which was not practical back then. -Marissa Smith

This is an example of a cape. A cape has the same shape as a poncho but opens in the front. I love the bow at the neckline/closure of this cape.

Olivia Palermo Wearing a Winter Cape

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Olivia Palermo Wearing a Winter Cape, purple flats, and a white fringe bag plus Westward Leaning sunglasses

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Quick and Easy DIY Winter Cape  I would make it shorter!

Quick and Easy DIY Winter Cape:Here’s what you’ll need: ● 2 yards fabric (a lightweight wool or flannel works great!

A Fashionable Winter Cape: A Do or a Don't?

A Fashionable Winter Cape: A Do or a Don't?

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I also imagine the king wearing a very long cape and/or cloak. One longer than these, maybe dragging on the floor a few feet behind him. Again a signal of immense power to the individual, and that he cannot be trusted.

Women's Winter Wool Blend Hooded Cape Cloak Coat

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