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18/08/2017

How Kylie Verzosa Is Swinging Her Caped Dress

How Kylie Verzosa Is Swinging Her Caped Dress

Superheroes aren’t the only ones who wear capes, sometimes ordinary people do too. But we don’t always go for the red ones that Superman is known for. These capes can be seen on outerwear or incorporated with our tops and dresses.

Fall/winter 2017 runways showcased pieces with capes from Tommy Hilfiger, Christian Dior, and Chanel. Miss International 2016 Kylie Verzosa was also spotted wearing one for a shoot with Bayo.

Sies Marjan Marnie Cape-Back Wool Sweater

For rainy day dressing, opt for this mint green sweater from Sies Marjan. It’s a simple piece with a flowy cape design at the back. Wear it with your skinny jeans or pair it with pastel-colored trousers.

Daria Duchess Cape Top

The print on this reminds me of fine China plates. It also has an Oriental feel with its high collar and crisp white color. On the other hand, the cape can also keep you warm if needed.

Bershka Bodysuit with Cape and Low Cut Back

Show off some skin with this Bershka bodysuit. The capelet, which sits on the shoulders, is made of sheer lace that highlights your shoulders. Feel free to wear this at the beach or a music festival.

Stella McCartney Cecilia Cape-Effect Cady Gown

Dress up in a nice red gown at your upcoming fancy dinner like this Stella McCartney one. The floor-length cape adds drama to your look and flows just as you move. Just be careful not to step on it!

Zara Cape

Wear this cream cardigan over your top and wear a belt on your waist to give it shape. Or, you can wear it as is and watch the cape blow gracefully during your strolls.

R.A.F. by Plains & Prints Raf Wicket Pantsuit

Since the jumpsuit trend is kicking off this season, go for this one from R.A.F by Plains & Prints with a lightweight capelet. Wear this with flats or heels, depending on the event you’re attending.

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