7 For Women’s Kurtis Cape Styles – Latest Fashions Tips

Cape style
kurtis have a sleeveless outer garment on top which drapes around shoulders,
arms and fastens at the neck. This trend has its roots in medieval Europe and
has made many comebacks in the world of fashion.

Recently,
this trend started popping up when celebs and fashioners were seen flaunting it
at red carpet and high-end events. Today, cape style kurtis have become a rage
amongst the fashioners due to their sheer comfort and charm. The cape is
usually adorned with delicate embroidery, mirror work, sequins and other
add-ons. This trend adopted from the superheroes is gradually finding its way
into our closets, all for good reasons. Cape style kurtis are best suited for
women with apple shaped bodies, i.e., heavier at the top. It helps in covering
un-toned arms and shoulders.

Here are the
5 styles of capes for kurtis you must invest in this season-

1)  
Sheer capes
The most
commonly used cape style is the sheer cape, crafted from transparent fabrics
like georgette or chiffon. Even net capes are making a huge rage in the world
of fashion. Made from a see-through fabric, these capes instantly heighten the
glam quotient of the wearer and expose in all the right areas. These cape
styles might be adorned with fancy laces, embroidery, sequins, etc. Kurtis with
sheer capes can be worn at evening parties, weddings, ceremonies, etc. This is
an impeccable fusion of traditional and contemporary fashion trends.

Sheer capes


2)  
Long Coat Style Capes
This cape is
usually long in a coat style that can be worn with ethnic designer kurtis, lehengas,
suits or palazzos. Long coat style capes might even be floor length and lend an
ethnic touch with a modern feel. This is a bold style that is usually worn at
lush parties and galas. Many bollywood celebs like Deepika Padukone and
Jacquilne Fernandez swear by this fashion trend to make you stand out from the
crowd. You can complete your look with a high bun and fancy danglers.
Long Coat Style Capes


3)  
Embroidered capes
Kurtis with
embroidered capes at the top look gorgeously stunning. Various embroideries
like zari, aari-taari, gota patti, pittan, mirror work, etc. are done on a
sheer cloth to beautify and add drama to the whole outfit. This style is highly
in trend in the world of vogue this year. You can wear an embroidered cape
kurtis in black and gold at weddings, ceremonies and rituals.

Embroidered capes



4)  
Printed capes
A lesser worn
version of capes, printed capes can also be seen on the runway. A simple kurti
is adorned with a printed cape usually in classical, animal, wild, traditional,
floral, dotted, abstract or fusion prints. One can also use a contrasting
printed cape to pair with a designer kurti. This look can be worn at casual
hangouts, brunches, shopping dates, etc.



5)  
Drape Capes
A drape cape
is a modern take on the Indian shawl and falls freely like a stole worn in
winters. Drape cape style kurtis are famous among celebrities for an airport or
a relaxed look. Almost any kind of kurti can be layered up with a drape cape
and worn for a perfect off-duty look. Complete your look with a designer tote
handbag, messy bun and a sassy watch.

Drape Capes


6)  
Knee-length capes
Knee-length
capes finish at the knee and add the perfect charm to any Indian ethnic kurti.
These capes are usually crafted from a quality fabric that flows and drapes
well around the arms. This appealing trend can also be paired with tunic style
kurtis and worn bottomless. You can wear a kurti with knee length cape at
casual parties, bachelorette, etc. Complete your look a pair of sleek metallic
heels and a designer sling.
Knee-length capes


7)  
Button down front capes
Also known
as jacket style capes, button-down front style in capes looks swank and
sophisticated. The cape usually ends at the waist and is left front open.
Kurtis with a jacket style cape are best worn in winters and paired with
trouser salwar or cigarette pants. This ultra-modern look is best suited for
formal occasions, team dinners, meetings, office parties, etc. Complete your
look with block heels and stunning accessories.
Button down front capes


8)  
Gown style cape kurtis
Now this is
one trend that has been on the radar of designers and fashioners. A gown style
cape kurti looks utterly gorgeous and is usually crafted form body-hugging
fabrics. These are perfect for evening wear and high-end events. It is easy to
carry, comfy and perfect for women with bulkier bodies. On can also pair a
sleek belt along with a cape style kurti. Complete your look with a designer
clutch and a swank ring.
Gown style cape kurtis


Nikita Mathur is a fashion content writer &
editor at 
Missprint, a forward-thinking women’s fashion line designed
with a unique sense of style & vigour. She loves accomplishing tasks &
setting goals. Nikita’s journey in the world of fashion has been an inspiring
one and she aspires to open a label of her own!”

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