The name for this garment comes from the Spring 1862 edition of Le Beau Monde, a French magazine, popular at the time which described a “summer capellette made of silk or gauze” that would “make a delightful addition to every young ladies wardrobe.” This pattern is for a very lightweight unlined cape that is meant to be trimmed with lace or ruffles. The capellette gets its light airy qualities from your choice of fabric. Perfect as a companion piece for those gauzy summer dresses.

Summer Capellette

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