Leather Skirt and Cape


 Fall is here!

Scalloped collar blouse: Asos // Red leather skirt: my mother // Booties: Alexander Wang // Wool Cape: Lush
I bought this cape at the end of winter season last year. I had wanted it the moment I saw it, however at the time the (albeit reasonable) price tag of $98 was far out of my price range. I sat like a hawk, watching it. There had been 6 originally. Then there were 3. Then it went on sale for $70. Still, I waited. Imagine the heart palpitations when there was only one left, in my size, that went on sale for $20. 
My patience had paid off, but the wait was not over yet as I now had to wait for the weather to once again become cool. 
It was certainly worth the wait!

8 comments

MattieMo said...

OMG you had been sooo lucky with that cape, it's unbelievable :) and it was was wort that waiting game 'cause it's amazing and it looks great on you!

and those booties <3

Bravoe Runway said...

That cape was meant to be yours! What an incredible deal and I hope you will get that Chanel bag someday!

BiKe said...

Love that cape, gorgeous and the leather skirt is hot.

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Jennifer Fabulous said...

TWENTY BUCKS?!? Are you effing kidding me?! That's amazing!! Gawd, I wish I had your patience. I would have caved at $70 lol.

This outfit is gorgeous. The cape is heavenly. You look stunning in these photos. So happy.

I WANT TO BE YOU!!!!

Wait, what?

*Dark Angel* said...

The skirt, the cape and those boots, just perfect! You look good in this outfit. You got to have patience now, just wait a bit, it will get cooler :)

Oh to Be a Muse said...

Such a beautiful cape! And I don't know if you're aware of this, but the golden browns of your curls go really well with the color of the fall leaves. :)

Pop Champagne said...

that cape looks awesome on you!!

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