Aristocratic elegance for the darkly elegant diva
Ladies, if you want to create an impressively sublime appearance as a gloomy diva, you can't go past the elegant Borgia coat with its large feather collar. The cut of the feminine hi-lo coat is similar to that of a tailcoat, as it reaches just over the chest at the front and over the back of the knees at the back. But it's not the cut and the noble, deep black velvet that cause a stir, it's the large, stiff collar, trimmed all around with feathers. Like an elegant peacock's wheel, the reinforced collar caresses the neck and head of its wearer. The majestic look is spiced up by a wide jagged lace border that runs from the fastener over the breasts over the lapel around the collar. The feminine gloomy coat is closed with an ornate trimmed fastener at the level of the breasts. The quality that Eva Lady is known for cannot be overlooked here either. A fine faux leather piping adorns the hem down to the hips and a delicate crochet border also runs along the hem at the front. The elegantly flared funnel sleeves are trimmed with a jagged lace border at the end and a latch with decorative buttons at the back creates an exclusive look. For maximum wearing comfort, the gothic short coat has a satin lining that allows for a flowing and wrinkle-free fit.
The Borgia velvet coat with feather collar at a glance:
- Hi-lo velvet coat in tailcoat style.
- With large, stiff feather collar to turn up
- Reaching over the chest at the front, falling over the knees at the back
- Lapel and collar with wide jagged lace trim
- Baroque trimmed closure across the chest
- Piping and crochet trim at the front hemline
- Funnel sleeves with jagged lace border at the cuffs
- Material: 100% polyester; lining: 100% polyester
- Contains non-textile components of animal origin
- Available in sizes XS to 3XL
- Manufacturer: Eva Lady
A gothic coat with feather collar that combines Victorian charm with wicked decadence
The absolute eye-catcher of the velvet coat Borgia is undoubtedly the impressively large Queen's collar, which is trimmed all around with shimmering black-green feathers. The sublimely majestic posture of the wearer is virtually included here, because whether dignified diva or sinful femme fatale, the stiff collar reminiscent of a peacock's wheel makes a woman stride across the nightly parquet with her head held high. Let's not complain about the one or other appropriate genuflection.
Between medieval and baroque nobility and the imaginative styling of the modern Queen of the Night
The coat Borgia is a guarantee for a feminine appearance in a class of its own, whether it is a historical styling full of dark fantasy with a floor-length, wide skirt and laced waist that is to be used for a festival or a debauched castle night that is on the agenda. The hi-lo coat can be combined just as well with sinful, skin-tight skirts or trousers in vinyl or wet look. The burlesque seductress, on the other hand, uses tight panties, stockings and a feather fan matching the collar for her glamorous show.
|Style:||Gothic Burlesque Victorian|
|Sleeve length:||long sleeve|
|Features:||Dovetail & Tails Feathers|
|ItemTip:||In keeping with the noblesse of the coat, it is advisable for ladies with long hair to conjure up an extravagant updo. This not only emphasises the feminine neck with the elegance of a black swan, but also prevents annoying tangles and knots in the seductive mane.|