Where are Cape Cove clothes manufactured?
We have long-lasting relationships with quality suppliers who we trust and who share our vision. Our suppliers span the globe but we produce mainly in Europe. Each production house is renowned for its unique craftsmanship. Together, we create beautiful, quality garments as ethically as possible and with care for the environment.
What is slow fashion?
Slow Fashion is a response to fast fashion. It’s an approach to producing clothing which carefully considers all aspects of the supply chain and in doing so, aims to respect people, the environment and animals. It also means spending more time on the design process, ensuring that each piece is made with quality and to last.
What is ‘changing style’?
It’s more than fashion meets function, there’s an ease to our garments. Throw them on, step into them, change and layer easily. Cape Cove wardrobes encourage you to try wild swimming, yoga, dog walking, being active and feeling good. They’re made from the best quality fabrics that feel comfortable and easy to wear. We trade restrictive for supportive, warm, soft-to-touch and comfortable in changeable weather.
What is a change robe?
Get changed by the water, outside your campervan or on the beach. Cape Cope change robes protect you from the elements, offer privacy and keep you warm and dry despite the weather. A soft and snug inner is complemented by a weather-resistant outer. Get dry and warm quickly and with the minimum of fuss. Throw it on and feel free to move, it’s also versatile enough to wear as a coat or a jacket. A stylish essential for any outdoorsy adventure.
What makes Cape Cove changing Capes and Coats different?
Style, protection and function together with our own exclusive joyful prints and colours. We’re creating throw-on style for all adventures, snug feels for changeable weather and effortless functionality. We’re lifting spirits with beautiful details and we’re doing it all in good relationship with people and our planet.
Is Cape Cove fashion for wild swimming?
Yes, all our styles work particularly well over swimwear but the Cape Cove style is for anyone that enjoys the outdoors. Whatever activities you love, Cape Cove clothes are designed to be thrown on, stepped into, layered and changed. Make them essential parts of your yoga, swimming, camping, campervanning or dog walking wardrobe.
When and why was Cape Cove founded?
It’s been years of dreams in the making. It was founded by The Coves to say yes to each other, to their community and to the planet we all share. The idea was to take what they’d learnt from their experience in the fashion industry and do it better. Valued relationships, a slower form of fashion and style that inspires us to be active, enjoy nature and feel good.
I’ve fallen in love with a Cape Cove piece in a publication, how do I find it?
Thank you for your interest in Cape Cove. If you’ve spotted something you like, it should have a name. You can use this to search the website. If you are struggling, please contact us and we will try and point you to what you’re looking for in the shop. Thank you.
What size should I buy in Cape Cove styles?
We try to design all of our garments for feeling free. Our fit is generally quite easy and we add care and considered details to ensure every garment is comfortable. We want you to feel great in every Cape Cove piece. If you don’t, please do let us know and we value your feedback.
We run 5 sizes XS to XL and our sizing is realistic and true to size.
If you’re between sizes, we recommend you take a size down. Unless you like the increasingly fashionable oversized look.
All our models are wearing size S. We have tried to give as many views of the garments as possible to help with a visual assessment. All garments that feature on our website have a description with benefits, features and sizing tips.
How do I use Cape Cove discount or promotional codes?
When you are ready to checkout, just look for the discount code box and put in your code. Click apply and enjoy your savings. Thank you.
Can I change or cancel my order once it has been placed?
Unfortunately, our system does not allow orders to be changed or cancelled. But if there’s a problem, once your order arrives, simply return it to us and we will refund it as soon as possible.
What is the Cape Cove returns policy?
We offer a free 14 day return policy in the UK for all full price purchases. All sale items should be returned to our warehouse within 14 days of purchase. Please see our full terms and conditions in our returns policy section of our website. All items must be in their original condition, original packaging and with all labels still attached.
Can I exchange an item I’ve bought through the Cape Cove website?
You can return the item free, but unfortunately, we can’t offer exchanges for online purchases. Use the Royal Mail free return sticker enclosed with your parcel and purchase a new item.
The item I want is showing as out of stock. How do I know if it will be restocked?
Please keep an eye on our website for items to come back in stock, we regularly restock items and purchase in small batches to reduce waste.
How do I wash my Cape Cove garment?
Every Cape Cove garment has been tested and will have individual care labels to show how to look after and wash it.
How can I stay in touch with Cape Cove & subscribe to emails?
Thank you for your interest in the Cape Cove community. We’d love to let you know what we’re doing, where we’re popping up and to share things with you from time to time please subscribe to our mailing list on our home page.
What charities does Cape Cove support?
Made of Millions
We want to help change the way we perceive mental health. Right now, people all over the world live with mental suffering and society is failing them. Made of Millions wants to change that. A group of artists, filmmakers, doctors and coders, they’re busting myths and challenging systems using tech, digital design and storytelling to make mental health human, sharable and diversified.
Surfers Against Sewage
At Cape Cove we curate feel-good and throw-on style for sea lovers. We stand up for better relationships with our waters and we support people who do good things to keep them clean and clear. Surfers Against Sewage want to stop sewage flowing into UK bathing waters by 2030. Support Surfers Against Sewage every time you choose to keep our waters and shores clean. Take your litter home, get involved with a Beach Clean, or even run your own cleanup. And by aligning with Cape Cove as a Surfers Against Sewage 250 Club member, you’re doing your bit to protect our waterways.
Family Holiday Charity
At Cape Cove we support the great work of Family Holiday Charity, helping families get time away together, often for the first time ever.
The charity is for children of families who have never seen the sea. It’s for teenagers who can’t remember when they last saw their mum smile, and for parents having to choose between a day out and a new pair of school shoes. It’s for young carers, kinship carers and families facing illness isolation and bereavement.
Holidays open up new possibilities. Time to reconnect, try new things and make happy memories together. Running, playing, climbing trees and flying kites. Time for picnics and bare feet. Sharing a laugh and watching the tide come in. Buckets, spades and sandy sandwiches.
Family Holiday Charity finds out what each family needs and takes care of all the details. That way families can take care of the most important thing - each other.
Families choose the holiday they need. It could be a caravan on the coast, a woodland adventure or a day out at a theme park, museum or farm. And whatever the weather, it means time spent together. Even just a day’s holiday helps build relationships, confidence and hope for the future.