The fur cape has enjoyed resurgence in popularity over the past decade, partly because of the elegance and romantic style that accompany anyone wearing this type of garment. It is one of the more striking options among fur coats for women, and offers all of the practical benefits of a coat but with a few convenient and stylish differences. And because fur is always in style, you know you’ll have a decade or more to reap the benefits.
Fur capes drape dynamically and work with classic and modern styles, for both dressy and casual attire. Our selections of capes are sure to impress and will turn heads wherever you go. Uniquely, the fur cape becomes an investment that never disappoints or goes out of style.
The defining features of a cape are that they drape across the arms, either with arm holes or by being open at the bottom, and that they don’t usually have a zipper or buttons to close the front. Most remain open in the front and some don’t have a front opening at all. So a fur cape is more of an accessory to your outfit than a coat is. Capes are large, and often become the defining accessory for any outfit. When choosing the right piece for you, consider the occasions and outfits with which you can wear it as much as possible, including which fur type, colors and designs you prefer.
One of the features of fur capes that distinguish them from other material capes is the thickness and texture. Fur capes obviously have an undeniably beautiful texture and luster, the quality of which depends on the type of fur, and this volume creates some of the elegance in how they hang, move, and look. And because they are often worn as accessories instead the dominant garment in an outfit, you can combine fur capes with a range of different types of clothing very creatively. They can be worn with all but the most casual outfits. Even when there is a slight chill in the air, most often you are appropriately dress to throw on your fur cape that will go perfectly making the fur cape a wardrobe essential.
Our capes come in a few versatile colors that combine elegance, opulence, and comfort. Capes are obviously designed for colder weather, from fall to early spring, but within that range of seasons the color you choose may be more or less appropriate. Brown tends to be a warmer color, better suited for daytime wear and for fall, whereas black is better for swanky evening events and the deep winter, especially if you live in a city where black is the de facto uniform each winter.
If you are looking for a versatile, exciting fur accessory that you can wear in many ways, you should consider a fur cape.