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Rachel Zoe Cape

rzcapeIt popped up on Paris Hilton a few weeks ago, and while we don't always look to her for style tips, this time around she looks trés chic sporting the new Rachel Zoe Ali Wrap Cape in tan. A few weeks later, this luscious frock was found on actress Katherine Heigl. The piece is making the rounds and was selling at major department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, but many locations are noting that it has flown off the shelves and is sold out in a bunch of places. Still, even though I can't afford its $695 price tag (and wonder if I'd ever spend that kind of money on a piece of clothing), I can still drool and wish there was a cheaper version offered.

The cape is stunning and perfect for fall, with its creamy color and black leather trim, big lapels and gorgeous front tie. This cape will leave you feeling beautiful and warm as the cold weather approaches.

 

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written by Bara D., November 03, 2011
Wow, gorgeous! Rachel Zoe's antics may come off a little wacky on her (very addictive) TV show but there's no doubting her fashion styling and design expertise. Hopefully a more affordable knock-off for us non-celebrity shoppers will pop up somewhere soon!

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