Covent Garden Cape
I was worried by the one size fits all but actually I think it will. This cape is versatile and cosy. I wear it for lots of occasions and love it
February 9, 2014
Cozy for pre or post work out
Soft cozy fabric and great neutral color. The only negative is the arm holes or the place where arms are supposed to go through the cape. The cape might be more user friendly without the arm slots.
February 5, 2014
Cozy & Soft Cape, for the NYC chill
What a nice surprise to have a fantastic cozy warm cape to wear to run for my latte or even act as a coat. I found the quality to be better than I expected and came just in time for the last blast of cold weather in NYC.
February 5, 2014
Really lovely, perfect for just putting on and popping out when you want to cover up and still look stylish.
January 18, 2014
Snug as a bug!
Love my cape... Looks great, feels great, had many compliments too... Works well as day wear whilst walking on the beach, around town and a quick put on when picking the daughter up from nursery...
January 7, 2014
Not sure how to wear
I wanted to love this, but with my narrow shoulders it just looked frumpy. Also, I did not know how it would function as a jacket could not be worn over it, and there is stitching for partial sleeves that made me think I would drag the sweater and get the wrists dirty. But great concept!
December 27, 2013
Wrapped in marshmallows
This cape is so soft and warm and its neutral shade will go with anything. It has a roll neck and can be worn completely open at the front like a cardigan or buttoned up like a cape. The thing that sold me was that the arm holes are separate from the body which allows better movement whilst lifting the arms. Yes, it is on the pricey side, but is well made and should therefore be a wardrobe favourite for a very long time.
December 5, 2013