The Cape Verde is a timeless and versatile accessory to be worn as a finishing touch to an evening or a bridal gown.
Adorned with lush faux feathers in a cool-toned blanc shade. Featuring a chic high collar, and four button closers along the back. The Cape Verde adds dimension to the silhouette of any special occasion look.
This is a one-size garment.
Full shoulder and neck coverage
Upper arm length
MAIN: 100% POLYESETER
PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEAN ONLY.
DO NOT IRON.
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Please use the following as a guide to help you know where and how to measure your garments to decide the best size for you to buy.
Measurements for Cape Verde (cm)
Measurements for Cape Verde (inches)
How to Measure
A. Garment Length
Measure from the center-most back point of the collar down to the bottom of the garment at the hem.
B. Sleeve length
Measure down the length of the sleeve on the outer side of the arm.
Lay the garment down flat and measure across from one underarm point to the other. Double this measurement to get the bust circumference.
Lay the garment down flat and measure 14cm down from the internal underarm seam and then measure across. Double this measurement to get full waist circumference.
Lay the garment down flat and measure from the bottom edge of the side seam to the other. Double this measurement to get full hem circumference.
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