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Reformation's Bridal Cape Is Already Waitlist-Only

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Reformation just launched their new fall wedding collection today, with decidedly not-stuffy options for brides, bridesmaids, and wedding guests alike. It's Reformation's fourth wedding collection, and like those before it, this is a one-stop shop for floor-skimming maxi dresses with plunging necklines.

This time around, however, the Earth-friendly brand is adding a $198 bridal cape option. It's a sheer georgette cape that closes at the neck with arm openings at the side. "Get married in a full length cape if you want to," Reformation's site declares and brides must be jumping on it since the cape is already on a waitlist.

The bridesmaids' version of the Doris Cape is still in stock though. "It's your day - put your bridesmaids in full length capes if you want to. We promise, they won't be mad," Ref advises.

Beyond the wedding cape option (which falls in line with other recent bridal creations like bridal shorts, bridal bellbotttoms, and bridal rompers), new Ref wedding dresses include the simple satin $648 Dima Dress and the silk backless Noelle maxi dress for $588.