I honestly can't think of another way to describe this fabric. Technically, it is a green, but we're not talking shamrock green or forest green here. Even calling it "mossy" would probably be too generous. This is the type of green that doesn't appear on most color charts. It is distinctly lacking in both life and charm. It's the type of green that just wants to retire to the local swamp, and live far away from all human contact. In short, it is just exactly what a fashionable bog witch would wear.
The full circle cloak is made from a textured upholstery velvet that is wonderfully soft and sturdy. The hood is nice and deep, to protect you from the weather, and lend an air of mystery and magic to your garb. And really, the color isn't bad at all, as long as you are expecting more of a brown than a green. The toggle-style clasp is made to look like leather and horn, but is in fact perfectly safe for machine washing.
This full circle cloak is so versatile. Yes, it can be worn for Halloween, but it is also a great choice for LARPers, historical re-enactors, cos-players, ... and bog witches.
This cloak measures 47" from the back of the neck to the bottom hem. The neck opening is 26" around.
This is a full circle cloak. That means it has a lot of fabric in it. Yards and yards and yards of fabric, in fact. This is the type of cloak that makes otherwise staid and sober adults want to twirl around until they can no longer stand up straight. With a full-circle cloak, you can throw one side over your shoulder to keep in your body heat even more effectively. The only drawback to full circle cloaks is that they are also heavier. Just something to keep in mind when you are making your choice.