Capes aren’t just for superheros, they are designed to be worn by the most sophisticated and chic ladies. As you know by now, my vintage shopping habit spans scouring Goodwill and estate sales to exclusive vintage stores. Fortunately, this cape was a fabulous find at the Goodwill located near work for a whopping $7! It’s a great addition to my wardrobe and helps switch up my office attire (no more blazers to work!). The cobalt blue color is an added plus as it can take me from fall through spring. So tell me, do you cape?
Vintage Cape (similar) | Vintage Top via Sweet As Vintage | J. Crew No 2 Pencil Skirt | Sole Society Heels | Betsey Johnson Clutch (thrifted) | Vintage Ring | M.A.C. Rebel Lips
This looks fantastic on you. What a score.
I wish I could wear a cape here. It is just too cold in the winter to even consider it. I’d be able to wear it for all of 2 weeks in the year when it’s not either too hot or too cold.
I would cape every day if I could!! I love this, and you gotta love it even more for that price. There is nothing more exciting than finding a great vintage find..LOVE!!
and where are pics form your awesome house???? dying to see…
I cannot believe you got this gorgeous cape for $7!! You are a seriously savvy shopper! It looks great on you, especially the color. I do love capes—my grandma was very chic and wore a lot of capes, so I think I got my love for them from her 🙂
amazing find! Love how you styled it. =)
Omg, for $7??! It’s immaculate! Is it reversible too? It should be with that gorgeous lighter blue color underneath. I love the way you styled it too. Such a great find girl! <3
Adore this fabulous cape on you!! Your entire outfit is flawless, as always.
That cape is absolutely amazing! You look like you belong in the French Revolution, waiting for your carriage to arrive. Beautiful.