Hi guys! Been away for a few weeks and it’s been absolutely hectic, up to my eyes, up to loads, and loads more to talk about. Glad to be back.
Anyway fashion waits for no man and nor do I so let’s go.
What’s new pussycats? Whoa.
There’s a particular fall piece I’ve been trying to get my fingers around for a while. Less Batman and more Wonderwoman adding a pair of heels. The cape.
A fall necessity?
You see them on the catwalks of Yves Saint Laurent and Hussein Chalayan and then you’ll see them on the high street and think ‘well it’s on trend’, get to the changing room, shift it across your shoulders a bit, Tyra Banks it and throw some shapes and come to the conclusion you look like an actual bag. (No offence to the fabulous ones who have bought one and look amazing in it)
After careful consideration concerning the piece of material hideously cut with holes for your arms to poke through, I’ve decided that the reason the cape looks like a shuttlecock on a stick may well be to do with our various sizes and generally the way it’s portrayed to be worn.
The Cape may not be as forgiving to the curvier woman because sideways it could potentially resemble a tent whilst the petite slimmer woman can end up looking slightly drowned and therefore I am in two minds whether to embrace this item of clothing, not sure.
Apparently this is how it’s done…
Apparently this is how it isn’t...
i'd love to know what you guys think because
honestly, im not sure. So share your views.
Are capes a bit too Batman?