Secret Honey Anna Coronation Coat

Hello everyone, welcome back to another post. Today I would like to show you my Anna coronation coat from Secret Honey. This is post 2 of 2 covering the Anna coronation coat. In my last post I showed you the skirt and bodice set. This week, we will have a look at the coat: This coat is in a really beautiful shade of green. I love the little cape that comes with it, it’s so cute but if you take it off, you can tone the coat down a bit and wear it for work.

I showcase one of my Disney pieces every two weeks, you can check out my other posts if you like. Last time I showed you my Secret Honey Anna Coronation Set.

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The Anna Coronation Coat

First of all, as always, here is a look on the coat in all it’s glory on my dressform. From the front:

Anna Coronation Coat Front

 

The cape is separate from the coat. You just wear it over it, it is not attached or anything. Here it is from the side:

Anna Coronation Coat Side

 

And here we have it from the back:

Anna Coronation Coat Back

Sizing and Closure

This coat is very small and there is no shirring or anything that would allow for a size range. It fits up to a size S, maybe a small M with a smaller bust. The bust area is only 94 centimetres wide, which is not a lot. It just fits my dressform and she’s a German 36.

The coat closes with buttons in the front. Here it is open on my dressform:

Anna Coronation Coat open

The Cape

The cape is very pretty and has the pattern of Anna’s coat in the movie around the shoulders. The pattern is done with a navy coat fabric and a blue textured fabric for the lineart:

Anna Cape Detail Textured Fabric

 

You can wear this cape on its own with the Anna coronation Set. There was a cape that was released in 2015 to go with the Anna Coronation Set, but you can also wear this coat cape instead. It is a bit shorter than the other cape, but still does the trick and leaves you with the full casual coronation outfit.

Anna Coronation Coat Cape

Closure

The cape closes with a hook and eye in the front and there are also two ties to tie a bow, reminiscent of the way Anna closes her coat.

Cape Closure

The Lining

The cape is lined with a soft fluffy fabric and the lining shows the same print that we have around the hem of the skirt. Here are the three motives. First up, Anna and Hans:

Cape Lining Print Anna and Hans

 

Then we have Anna and Elsa:

Cape Lining Print Anna and Elsa

 

And last but not least we have Anna by herself:

Cape Lining Print Anna

 

The rest of the print shows the embroidery pattern on Anna’s coronation skirt:

Cape Lining Print Pattern of Anna's Skirt

The Coat

The coat itself is very simple and without the cape perfect for work or any other more formal place you go. There are just a few navy accents at the cuffs, pockets and collar. Other than that it is just a beautiful green coat. Here it is without the cape on my dressform:

Anna Coronation Coat Closed without Cape

The Pockets

The pocket flaps are really cute and decorated with navy coat fabric:

Pockets Detail Coat

The Cuffs

The cuffs are a real eye-catcher. They are rolled up and decorated with accents in blue coat fabric and a little navy velvet bow. The lining is also navy and depending on the angle, you see it peeking out:

Cuffs Detail Coat

The Lining

The lining is very simple and just shows the pattern of Anna’s coronation dress’ skirt. No print this time :):

Anna Coronation Coat Lining

 

And that is already everything I wanted to show you today. I hope you enjoyed having a look at all the details of this Anna coronation coat with me. I thank you a lot for reading and wish you a good one!

Love,
Ella

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