Silk Cape Idit

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Silk Cape Idit

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Cape made of sustainable organic Tussar silk, is simply exotic. Burnt orange, bordered with black grey and white.The geometric designs gives it a contemporary and bold look. It can complement most colour palettes and is a perfect evening outfit adding a rich and gorgeous look.

Capes designed By Aeshaane adds glamour and style to the simplest of outfits. It adds grace to your gait and it can be a perfect addition to your wardrobe for all seasons .

Our capes are trifunctional. Buttoned its an elegant Poncho top. Unbutton and use it as a stole thrown over the shoulders. Or use it simply as a wrap and glamorize any blouse. Our capes are extremely versatile, light weight and travel friendly.

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Description

Our organic silk capes are each handcrafted. The yarn is woven without harming the silkworms- hence we fondly call it the peace or Ahimsa Silk. Once the weaver has spun the fabric the printers start block printing each piece.

Our organic silk capes are trifunctional- can be used as a wrap, scarf and cape.

Though we carefully inspect every piece, there can be minor imperfections which sets it apart from a machine-made scarf. In some ways the human imperfections connect you to the designers and weavers located in a village in remote India whom you can help by being a proud owner of an Aeshaane organic silk cape.

Urban Medley proudly brings you this creation by Aeshaane. Its classical its timeless preserving years of cultural heritage.

Care for your Cape; When not in use wrap and store in the cloth bag provided. After every use give it a hard shake to get the dust off and advise Dry Clean only.

Length-: 2.25- 2.3 metres
Width : 86- 91 cms
Note: Size may vary slightly to retain a design hence the size is mentioend as a range

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Dimensions225 × 86 cm

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