• For a chic and easy Cascade Wrap, just crisscross and loosely tuck the front panels (or tie them), then tuck the back panel.
• Tie the sides as a jacket to flatter your curves and gently obscure your less favorite parts. (For me, I’m thinking upper arms here.)
• Drape your Cascade as a flowing shawl or ruana for a breezy flair that also keeps the chill off your shoulders.
• Blouson your shawl with a belt.
• As a scarf, you have an extraordinary 80” length and 22” width to play with.
• Traveling? RV? Cruise? When every piece you pack needs to work at least 3 ways, here ya go!
What could be better than a single piece that has so many different personalities? The Cascade is designed in a generous free size to flatter any woman, any personal style, and in so many ways. Very free flowing, only the draping and length will vary from woman to woman. And you’ll have a guide for creating different looks until you start dreaming up your own.
The Zebra is what you might notice first in this Cascade, and then the deep and shimmering golds, cream and browns of the savannah. There is just enough small-scale geometric in the contrasting verticals to add interest and dimension. The soft sheen of alternating satin and sheer is accented by sparkling gold threads running throughout. The satin element gives a soft body to the fabric, and the sheer gives it the added flow.
All edges are finished in a fine, narrow hem for a completely polished look.
As a shawl or jacket, the length (neck to hem) is approximately 27 1/2”, and the sleeve length is approximately 22”. The width (measured across the back) is approximately 43”.
As a scarf or belt, the length is approximately 76”, and the width is approximately 22”.
When wrapped as a skirt, you’ll have about 76” for your waist and tie, and up to 27" for the skirt.
This is super easy care, and the satiny and sheer polyester fabric is our best friend here. Not to worry about wrinkling but, if it happens, a spritz or a hang in your shower will do the trick. When it’s time, wash in cold water by hand, then just a quick toss in a low-temp dryer to fluff it up.
So chic. So easy. So many options!