Sailor Cape

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cute, but no lining I have been on the hunt for a cape-jacket for quite some time - something to transition from nippy fall winds to early winter. When I saw this, I immediately clicked add to basket. The design is quite nice - a nice A-Line shape without becoming too swing-y or full and the details on the buttons are absolutely adorable. (They are little anchors and rope twined around them.) However, for a $350 jacket, it should at LEAST be lined - but it isn't. The wool, while a nice quality, is wool - meaning that it is slightly scratchy to wear alone and too "porous" to keep out any winds. It was a nice idea, but sadly too expensive for a wool jacket that would be too warm to wear anytime but moderately chilly weather. August 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Adorable but unlined It's a great little piece that's infinitely wearable. Do I wish it were lined? Yes. However, I've found it to be ideal for transitional weather and easy enough to layer under when it's chilly. November 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Versatile Favorite This is what I am going to wear on the plane going on vacation. I wasn't looking for something heavily lined so I am delighted with my cape. Both my friend and I could wear this cape. I am 5'3",busty and have narrow shoulders and my friend is 5'9", smaller chested with wider shoulders. It really is one size fits all! I love the fact that it can be a pea coat over jeans or if I turn up the collar, the coat then becomes more dressy over dresses. What I like most is that it is classic and won't go out of style. To me this is an investment staple piece. December 20, 2012
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NAVY Style #:25473661 A lightweight, wool-cotton topper with double-breasted styling and a swingy, easy silhouette. Turn up the collar to ward off chills and show off natural canvas lining. By Imogene + Willie, the clothing line of Nashville-based Carrie and Matt Eddmenson, a married design duo with serious denim cred. They and their team handcraft most of their high quality, go-to basics in their gas station-cum-design studio, a place where they welcome customers, neighbors and passersby like family. Sailor Cape