‘Rosa May’ wool-mix cape with kintsugi printed lining

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The ‘Rosa May’ cape is a luxurious piece of outerwear, made from a 50/50 mix of wool – with its anti-wrinkle properties –. It is longer in the back than the front, so it can be tucked underneath you when seated. 

The armholes are suitable for users of powered wheelchairs and the cape is a handy outerwear solution for people with limited upper body mobility, as putting it on requires less shoulder rotation than a typical coat or jacket. A silver zip runs down the front of the cape. 

The digitally printed lining, which extends to the neck to prevent the wool from scratching, resembles kintsugi (cracked pottery repaired with gold) and gives the cape a luxurious finish. 

Fabric information: 

Our materials come from fabric mills that are GOTS and OEKO-TEX 100 certified, which have been tested to be safe for human use and use organic manufacturing practices. 

Outer: wool, polyester 

Lining: polyester, spandex

Free standard shipping on orders over GBP£50+

We aim to dispatch orders within 1-2 days and use Royal Mail, which usually takes between 1-3 working days to arrive. 

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Designed with your needs in mind

ROSA MAY CAPE is designed with your needs in mind, making it a timeless piece of clothing that you can rely on time and time again.


Zip down front of cape

The lining is digitally printed and extends to the neck to feel soft against your skin, while a zip down the front of the cape means it doesn't need to be pulled over your head. This cape lets you make a bold fashion statement without breaking a sweat!

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Large armholes for users of powered wheelchairs

The Rosa May cape is made from a 50/50 combination of wool - with its anti-wrinkle and temperature regulating properties - and polyester - a durable, quick-drying fabric. The armholes are positioned to work well for users of powered wheelchairs.

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