What Clients Say
I LOOOOVE my CapeSilk couture items (jumpsuit made of mulberry silk and matching silk lined watercolor cape). I can't wait to have another engagement to have another looked designed; I will order more over time. The quality is top notch, the creativity process is so engaging and the functionality is TOP TEIR! (5 stars). I am the MC for a charity function and this is by far the most elegant, timeless outfit I have ever owned!!
I received my custom order after only one fitting!! It was such a special experience created for me by CapeSilk. To have my DREAM wedding jumpsuit and honeymoon resort wear made from start to finish for me brought me so much joy! From the designing phase to the tailoring of my additional ostrich feather add requests; the craftsmanship is impeccable!
CapeSilk makes personal styling effortless. They leverage their love and knowledge of fashion and customizes for each of their Royalty (clients). What really impressed me about CapeSilk is that they envisioned me at my full potential, even when I didn’t see the vision myself. I will always be grateful to CapeSilk for helping me realize my potential. I wanted to add more of how I feel, a lot about what you have done for me! Thank you!!
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Benefits of wearing silk close to your skin. Breathability and thermal regulation. Silk is a lightweight, breathable fabric, which means it reduces the risk of overheating when you’re going about your day. Silk is good at maintaining your body temperature which means it can help you feel cool in hot weather and
Strength is one of the most interesting characteristics of silk. Part of this strength comes from the length of the fibers. It may be elegant and gentle on your skin, but underneath the shine it’s brimming with power. Silk is cultivated from the cocoon of mulberry silkworm larvae – they can make a long, continuous
Generally speaking, silk is considered a more sustainable fiber. It is a renewable resource, can biodegrade, and uses less water, chemicals, and energy than many other fibers. Organic silk is a more eco-friendly and sustainable way to harvest silk, because there is no need for chemicals or any treatments to