Last week you were divided on the individual garments that made up the men’s ensemble which I presented you. The jacket was universally liked, but the pleated stirrup pants were not so popular, dragging the ensembles ratings down to a 6.3 out of 10
This week I present you with a singe garment, rather than a full ensemble, so you don’t have to worry about not liking bits and pieces of the ensemble (though you might not like bits and pieces of the individual garment!)
There are multiple views of this striking 1891 evening mantle by Emile Pingat with Islamic inspired designs and aqua marabou trim, so you can experience it from different angles.
We have the front:
And the side:
And a view of the jacket worn over a dress:
What do you think? Fabulous? Or not?
Rate the Dress on a scale of 1 to 10
By the way, have you realised that you can see every Rate the Dress ever, in order?