Imagine, if you will, a cool October night, the full moon shining down on a cloaked figure as it scurries through the woods for mischief. Focus on the cloak. That is what we're talking about today.
One thing I covet most in the world is a red woolen cape* that my mother owns. I rarely see her wear it, but it is warm, my favorite color, and not too long for me. I want it.
But I won't take such a magnificent garment away from my mother. Instead, I went hunting and found one that I will be able to buy in my dreams:
Yes, these fine folks look like they're getting ready for a LARP. And the company, Half Moon, seems to market itself to LARPers and the Society for Creative Anachronism. But cloaks and capes are also perfect for sneaking about during spooky fall days or dressing up as Little Red Riding Hood or the Headless Horseman.
Due to my piddling height, I would require a 3/4-length cloak--which is cheaper than the full length. Score!
Buy a cloak in your choice of color and length through Half Moon for $258-278.
Image via Half Moon.
*I'm sure Cate has something to say to me about fashion's distinctions between capes and cloaks. I don't do fashion, and she should feel lucky I can usually distinguish between socks and stockings.