D-cape from the collection “Thirteen is coming”
Image: Degenerotika (dgnrtk), 2012 © Foto: Majlo Milevskij
Model: Sara Scarlet
“The devil is in the details” is a well-known saying suggesting that small, seemingly insignificant details can cause more significant problems or difficulties. In the context of D-cape attire, this phrase could mean that the design and construction of the D-cape must be carefully considered to create a truly impressive and effective garment.
Since the D-cape is a unique and eye-catching item, any flaws or imperfections in its design or construction would be immediately noticeable. Therefore, it is important to pay close attention to the details to ensure that the D-cape is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.
This could mean taking care to choose high-quality materials, ensuring that the split in the front is perfectly positioned, and paying close attention to the placement of any buttons, clasps, or other embellishments. It could also mean considering the overall silhouette and how the D-cape will fit with other elements of the outfit.
In short, the devil is truly in the details when it comes to D-cape attire, and taking the time to perfect these details is essential in creating a truly outstanding and memorable garment.
The cape features a dramatic silhouette, with wide, exaggerated shoulders which adds a sense
of power and dominance to the design, Victorian elegance and gothic darkness. The black cape represents secrecy and the unknown, while the red lining is associated with passion and desire.
(The cape is fully lined with vibrant, red satin)
(Text was composed with the help of AI)