This fabulous herringbone twill woollen cape has a high neckline, metal buttons and zips at the front which can be adjusted to allow for more arm movement. An excellent alternative to your usual winter coat.
[styling] Whether you’re rushing from meeting-to-meeting or enjoying lunch with friends in the city, keep the rest of your proportions long and lean (think slim-legged trousers) to help this waist-length woollen cape stand out for all the right reasons. [/styling]
[detail] The zips at the front of this cape can be adjusted for maximum arm movement or worn closed when you want to go hands-free. The delicate buttons along the front accentuate its fluid tailoring. [/detail]
[fabric] Established in 1837, the mill that produced this fabric was founded in Guiseley, West Yorkshire, the very same year Queen Victoria ascended to the British throne. Ever since their establishment, bales of raw wool have arrived at the mill's doorstep to begin the process of creating beautiful fabrics. They are now one of Great Britain's last remaining vertical woollen mills, meaning they are among a select few who continue to complete all processes on one site. [/fabric]