As I type this I am wearing my black Cape, from four years ago, that has the Intersection, Prime Numbers and Sun prints on it. I love it. The Capes are the perfect extra layer when there's a bit of a chill in the air. As the women above show, they are also great as a second insulating layer in colder conditions. Yesterday Diana was wearing the Cape over a Hama Hama top, Cardigan and fine corduroys (see below). It kept the cool wind from getting to her skin without being overly heavy in the sunshine. The Capes below are being silk-screened with the Windy Spruce print (three per cape!). They will be hitting our stores very soon. They are currently available in dark brown, grey fleck, blue fleck (the one on Diana) and cream plaid for $98. The exterior is warm wool, the interior is Kasha, a thick cotton satin that is durable and slips nicely over your next outer layer (no grabbing or bunching). Another cool feature of this cape is that you can also wear it as a skirt; which I will do tomorrow: orange plaid Cape, Hama Hama top, black angora cardigan, cotton socks, Chie Mihara black boots - yeah! glenda.
Seed is an excellent shop in Regina, Saskatchewan, that also happens to carry Smoking Lily goods. They recently sent us the gorgeous photo below, that features our Cape of Good Hope. Wow! and thanks!