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“Autumn Princess” Chaperon

Medieval Headgear with Scalloped Edge

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Medieval Female Chaperon with Embroided Leaves

Woolen Headgear with Long Tail and Scalloped Bottom Edge

She was shown into the breakfast-parlour, where
all but Jane  were assembled, 
and where her appearance
created a great deal of surprise. That she
should have walked three miles so early in the day,
in such dirty weather, and by herself, was almost incredible
to Mrs. Hurst and Miss Bingley; and Elizabeth
was convinced  that they held her in contempt for it.
(“Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen )

Some people cannot do without walking,even when the weather is far from being fine just like one of Jane Austin’s characters. Miss Bennet would not miss her morning promenade even before an important meeting. If you understand what Jane feels at this time, then you share her wish to get some fresh air and enjoy beautiful sunrises or sunsets, great nature with its trees, fields, forests, or lovely gardens and cozy houses. Others can only follow your example and relish the moment or get inspired by a white lily or a cold stream.

At the same time, you understand the importance of comfort. Probably you take your time to choose the right shoes, a light dress and a small bag. Now you feel ready to find a nice spot to admire the sunset drinking some mint-tea you have prepared in advance. But if you have walked as much as Jane has, you do not underestimate the importance of a chaperon. This headwear lets you feel cozy and protects your neck from a cool gust of wind that can suddenly blow on warm autumn days.

We have designed this woolen chaperon especially for this purpose, because we want to help girls have long and pleasant evenings without being stopped by colder weather. Our chaperon is made of wool with cotton lining which makes it extremely warm and pleasant to touch. Your shoulders are also kept warm under the woolen cape that does not restrict your movement. The liripipe can be put round the neck when it is colder or left hanging for decorative purpose contributing to your cute appearance.

The special feature of this chaperon is scalloped bottom edge which consists of 19 leaves embroidered on the wool. With this headwear, you can complement our clothes from the “Autumn” collection or wear it with any other dress to your taste. You can rely on the warmth of this chaperon when it is windy, and when the weather is fine, you can make a beautiful mantle as the chaperon has some wool in the front. 21 copper buttons make it look even more elegant and stylish. If you want something special for a new season, then this chaperon is a good choice.

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  • Wool;
  • Cotton lining;
  • Woolen cord;
  • 21 copper buttons;
  • 19 embroidered leaves.

Hood features:

  • Elegant cape;
  • Long tail (liripipe);
  • Warm chaperon;
  • Beautiful woolen mantle;
  • Scalloped bottom edge.

This item is part of the “Autumn Princess” collection

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  • Dawson 31 of May 2021:

    I am trying to order this wonderful item in a small. Black wool/small. Hope it is still available.

    ArmStreet Team:

    Hello Dawson, we are out of black wool, unfortunately. It should be back in August. 

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