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DIY Burberry Rain Cape

By: Geneva Vanderzeil from
DIY Burberry Rain Cape
DIY Burberry Rain Cape

Forget about ordinary rain ponchos and give your fall wardrobe the DIY designer treatment with this DIY Burberry Rain Cape. The perfect way to stay dry while showing off your favorite outfit, this Burberry-inspired cape is a genius solution to carrying around a heavy coat or jacket, and is easy to quickly throw on. Made using transparent plastic, this easy sewing project can be made with a shower curtain, so it's also a budget-friendly way to get the designer look for less. Stay dry and chic this fall with this DIY fashion cape that's the perfect way to beat rainy autumn weather.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I haven't had my sewing machine out in years, but with this DIY Burberry Rain Cape pattern, it's coming out! This is one that anyone can wear and it will be so useful. This pattern is a must on my list for the whole family. Looking forward to making this one for the whole family. Thank you so much for this free sewing project.

I seriously need this - it has been so drizzly lately. What a great way to keep off the rain without covering up your outfit!

I remember seeing these similar Burberry trench coat ads in old issues of InStyle, so I'm definitely down for making a budget friendly option. I do feel like the plastic would be very warm, but I love the look of this rain cape.


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