January 08, 2020

Winter's Most Versatile Staple & How To Style It

No winter wardrobe is complete without a layering staple. The versatile piece should provide a layer of warmth to any outfit and be effortlessly stylish. Enter the Cleobella reversible capelet, rendered in a bordeaux print. The luxe fabric is soft and cozy, while the draped silhouette looks perfect atop anything from printed maxi dresses to tailored separates. Here are a few of the many ways we suggest styling it this season.

For A Night Out

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For a night out, eschew the traditional minidress in favor of a touchable, cozy ensemble. Belt the capelet closed over a thin slip dress and finish with layered jewelry and over-the-knee boots. The result is understated yet sexy.

For The Office

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For chilly morning commutes (and air-conditioned offices), layer the capelet under your topcoat. We’re particularly fond of teaming ours with the timeless menswear trend, mixing pinstripes with checks and finishing the look with luxe pieces like a croc-embossed clutch and tassel earrings.

For A Weekend Away

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For a weekend getaway, take advantage of an opportunity to mix prints and incorporate playful accessories. We love a printed maxi dress with a printed capelet, particularly when paired with rugged boots and a wide-brimmed hat. 

For Hanging With Friends

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For casual weekend activities like brunch, try a modern spin on the Western trend. Start with a denim-on-denim ensemble anchored with a belt, and punctuate it with a thin cashmere knit and a neckscarf. Finish the look with a printed capelet, ankle boots and a cowboy-inspired felt hat.

For Weekday Errands

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For weekday errands, cinch the capelet over skinny blue jeans and a camel turtleneck. Round out the look with leopard-print boots and a soft lip.

For Hanging At Home

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For sipping coffee in the morning, grab your cozy capelet to layer over your pj's or night dress. It's perfect for lounging around with a good book, just add chunky socks and a face mask!