TheCloakary

The Cloakary

Edgewood, Washington · 46 Sales

TheCloakary

The Cloakary

Edgewood, Washington 46 Sales On Etsy since 2011

0 out of 5 stars
(15)

Announcement   The Cloakary is the place to get the handmade custom cloak of your dreams. The Cloakary uses the finest quality fabrics and each cloak is specially shopped for, designed All cloaks are hand sewn by Syleena.. The Cloakary is small business and materials for each cloak are purchased specially. The Cloakary also specializes in gorgeous custom renaissance style clothing for both men and women. The Cloakary is different because only high quality fabrics are used and each garment gets special attention. The velvet and other fabrics you find here is quality, and luxurious. Keep checking back for more items to come!

The Cloakary is also the official sponsor of The Witching Hour Radio Show on BlogTalk Radio! Please join The Cloakary's owner, Syleena, at
http://www.witchinghour.co and talk the walk about Wicca and Witch Craft in today's world!

Announcement

Last updated on Apr 3, 2016

The Cloakary is the place to get the handmade custom cloak of your dreams. The Cloakary uses the finest quality fabrics and each cloak is specially shopped for, designed All cloaks are hand sewn by Syleena.. The Cloakary is small business and materials for each cloak are purchased specially. The Cloakary also specializes in gorgeous custom renaissance style clothing for both men and women. The Cloakary is different because only high quality fabrics are used and each garment gets special attention. The velvet and other fabrics you find here is quality, and luxurious. Keep checking back for more items to come!

The Cloakary is also the official sponsor of The Witching Hour Radio Show on BlogTalk Radio! Please join The Cloakary's owner, Syleena, at
http://www.witchinghour.co and talk the walk about Wicca and Witch Craft in today's world!

Syleena Kupec

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Syleena Kupec

Reviews

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Ruth Guskiewicz

Ruth Guskiewicz on Apr 19, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

Good quality; good communication from seller. I was hoping that the vinyl would be more rain coat material (yay hurricane season)... It is decorative vinyl which is being used (similar to what is used in costumes); very light and airy. Beautiful, Very happy with the product; just not as sturdy as i was expecting.

jsbutcher2002

jsbutcher2002 on Feb 2, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Quick service, excellent product as described and beautiful workmanship!!

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Shop policies

Last updated on January 9, 2016
The Cloakary specializes in hard to find luxurious cloaks. It is owned by Syleena Kupec who hand sews all her cloaks and custom orders. She specializes in gorgeous custom cloaks, ready to buy cloaks and renaissance style clothing for both men and women. The Cloakary is different because she only use designer fabrics. The velvet and other fabrics you find here is quality, and luxurious. She has recently added a section for vintage finds and magical items!

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
The Cloakary does not accept returns. In the event that the item is damaged or the wrong product was shipped, we will send out a replacement as soon as we receive the original item. The Cloakary must be notified of this within 15 days of when you received the original product.
Payment
Currently we only accept payment via PayPal. It is the easiest and safest way to pay. You do not need a PayPal account to make purchase. Follow the steps at check out and you can use a credit or debit card.
Shipping
Shipping is different for each item. Please see the shipping time quote of the individual item.
Additional policies and FAQs
Most cloaks can have custom changes. For example if you would like to know if we have a cloak in another color, please email! We would love to help you get your perfect garment.

How to measure for a cloak:
Get a tape measure and a buddy. Have your buddy measure you from the back side. Have your buddy hold the tape measure at the big bone at the base of your neck and measure down to the the floor. This is how you can determine how long a cloak will be on you. Some people prefer a few extra inches that will drag and be dramatic!