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The Vintage Cape

Cape Fear. That's what I have. Not that I fear capes, but that I will turn into a cape-loving lunatic.

Ever owned one of these things? Yeah. They're nothing like any coat you've ever owned.

No joke. About the second you put one on, a few things infilatrate your body and mind, and it goes something like this:

1. I think I might just look amazing in this, I mean ...
2. Is this what super heros feel like?
3 Because this cape has got me like, "Hi! Say hello to Super Girl," that also is a bombshell because
4. I also feel like a vintage movie girl, i.e. Bond meets Hitchcock, heroine.

Wanna feel like a million bucks? Invest in a cape or capelet. Or both. Like the two I've listed here and just listed in my shop. You won't regret it.

Vintage 60s Cape
Vintage Capelet


Vintage 60s Wool Blend Cape





 Vintage Capelet



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