Make way for the caped queens

Updated: Apr 30, 2014 14:04 IST

Power shoulders: If you are not the kind who likes to go for sharp epaulettes on your shoulder to get a diva posture, then opt for a looped cape. Reminiscent of the classic dupatta drape, the detachable version of the style on actor Kate Hudson by Atelier Versace at the Oscars lent the simple curve-hugging ivory dress style-infused power. | Making style history: Be it topcoats for men or stylish fish mouth collared cloak-style toppers, the cape has been in fashion for long. From the Chaucerian days of The Canterbury Tales to present day runway — the cape can be re-imagined through fashion history. (HT PHOTO)
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Power shoulders: If you are not the kind who likes to go for sharp epaulettes on your shoulder to get a diva posture, then opt for a looped cape. Reminiscent of the classic dupatta drape, the detachable version of the style on actor Kate Hudson by Atelier Versace at the Oscars lent the simple curve-hugging ivory dress style-infused power. | Making style history: Be it topcoats for men or stylish fish mouth collared cloak-style toppers, the cape has been in fashion for long. From the Chaucerian days of The Canterbury Tales to present day runway — the cape can be re-imagined through fashion history. (HT PHOTO)

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