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Winter Coat and capes: how are they worn? This year

Coat and capes: how are they worn?

A must in the winter wardrobe: 10 looks to copy for day and night.Among the outerwear for the cold season, capes and capes are undoubtedly the most fascinating, intriguing, elegant: but how are they worn? Accustomed to jackets and coats, in fact, we have somewhat lost the habit of imagining combinations with this garment with a vintage flavor. And, if until a few years ago it could have been negligible, today it is a gap to be filled at all costs.

The reason is simple: hoods – more structured, with shoulders, neck and closure -, and capes – lighter and open on the front -, appeared on all (absolutely all) the catwalks on which the Autumn-Winter collections were presented 2020/2021 setting the trends. From Milano Moda Donna to Paris Fashion Week, from London to New York, the designers proposed short and long capes and capes for day and evening looks, in different materials, in unexpected patterns and textures.

Here are the tips on how to wear them and the looks to copy directly from the most beautiful fashion shows.These outerwear can complete an office outfit, consisting of a white shirt, suit and décolleté. One for free time, with pullover, midi skirt and combat boots. The evening looks, gracefully accompanying long dress and jeweled sandals.

Hoods and capes: 10 looks to copy

From Valentino to Dior, from Burberry to Micheal Kors, from the most elegant looks for special evenings to casual ones for every day, here are the proposals of the stylists to take inspiration from when composing an outfit in front of the wardrobe.

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