I see cape tops as a very fun and simple item of clothing that can change the look of your outfit. Just like many other fashion pieces, it has also evolved and has found itself being used in different ways and styles.
A cape is usually sleeveless large piece of clothing that draped the back, arms and chest with a fastening at the neck; it is an outer garment. They have evolved now from simple clothing to being more tailored and embellished.
They are usually worn today as part of military ensemble and even costumes and in history, the way a cape is worn or its style often depicted the wearer’s occupation or person, they have been worn by religious and non-religious people alike. Capes have also been referred to as mantels or even cloaks.
Capes are not new in the fashion industry, even some of our favorite superheroes favor the capes (that wind blown look is always nice, isn’t it?), but to come back down to earth, both males and females have worn capes and it certainly isn’t surprising that the ankara fabric will be used to make this simple but fun piece of clothing as well.