5 ways to wear a cape in 2021

We at Moyra love a good Cape. After all, what other outerwear can make you feel complete, comfortable yet chic at the same time?

Capes can quite often be a difficult piece of clothing to style the correct way. But worry not! We are here to help you with our top 5 tips on how you can enhance your fashion game with our multi-purpose capes.


  1. Over a cocktail dress – It might get tricky during these winter evenings or amongst family gatherings to rock your favourite cocktail outfits. But here’s our beautiful capes to rescue you. Style our mukesh work cape with dresses of your choice. Midi or maxi dresses, this cape is going to brighten up your dress game.


  1.   Define the waistline with a cape and belt

 If you're someone who adores a well-defined look, a cape with a belt is a great way to elevate your any outfit. Comfortable, yet elegant, our chiffon pink cape can be paired with all your light dresses or monochrome jumpsuits or outfits to make you look your very best.


  1.   Pair it with a maxi skirt

Elevate your effortless one colour maxi dresses by pairing it with a Grey organza floral cape with detailed tube work on the scallops. Our capes can be made available in colours of your choice. Either make a statement with a bold and strong colour for your one of wedding functions or opt for neutral colours for your day-to-day life that you can never go wrong with.


  1. Prep up for a wedding!

If you saree is a little simple, you can add a festive touch with a jacket in the same colour. Our elegant colourful hand-embroidered floral cape in organza can be paired with a simple white flowing sari to add that extra glamour and jazz. Especially helpful during attending a winter wedding.



  1. Mix patterns:

Poncho is a simple shrug that can be worn above the ensemble – adding a layer to the garment. Our High and low style hand embroidered organza cape with delicate detailing will make your ensemble appear modish and interesting. Wear a poncho-style suit or sharara at a friend’s pre-wedding function or reception.

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