History Why This Look

Country Cloaking in Caftan

My Sultan-silky caftan is all the Southern craze on the farm and in these small-town streets.

For one: Rural dwellers like ya girl Cowgirl Candace live for this look in loungewear — from watering grandma’s ferns in the morning to sipping sweet tea on the front porch by evening.

For two: This decorative dress easily transforms into a special occasion piece, which became its original intent.

My garland-laden garb also historically denoted respect and later political significance among aristocracy. And given that I’m known as the “Goodwill Goddess,” this $5 steal supplements my persona perfectly.


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