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Krissy, Daria Cape Zanskar
Double your cape so that the armholes sit on top of each other. Fold the cape over one shoulder and place one arm through the armholes. Wrap the Cape around your waist and belt it.
Rebecca, Daria Cape Hudson
Katie, Light Wool Cape Fusion Graphic
Katie shows us how you can turn your cape into a skirt.
Lauren, Daria Cape Ishikari
Place your head through one of the armholes and bring the extra fabric from the back and side to the front. Use a clip to pin it.
Johanna, Daria Cape Zanskar
Poncho style, using the armholes as an opening for the neck.
Ulrike, Light Wool Fusion Plum
Knotted in front.
C Martin, Wool Cape Coat Cocoon Vermillion
A coat with the belt used over the dress.
Liss, Jiva Cotton Kimono Earth
Kimono-Cape. Raise the sleeves of the Kimono over your shoulders so that they bunch up and turn into a cape.
Michelle, Celestial Cape Neptune
Knotted in front.
Constance, Daria Cape Cristales
Scarf. Fold your cape diagonally and roll up so that it looks like a scarf.
Tarsikore, Daria Cape Mississippi
Reverse wrap dress. Put your cape on backwards and turn it into a dress.
Mari, Daria Cape Seine
The Triangle Wrap. Put the cape on long. The side you tuck first will be under the other, but its upper corner forms a triangle on top of the side that you tuck second. This wrap showcases all the colors of the cape!
Jill, Daria Cape Cetina
Ludovica, Daria Cape Nile
Nicole, Daria Cape Ganges
Amy, Daria Cape Zanskar
Long and easy.
Lois, Daria Cape Aniak
Wear it as a wrap skirt and add a pin.
Helen, Daria Cape Madeira
Wear it as a wrap skirt
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