Caftan-A caftan is a man's cotton or silk cloak buttoned down the front, with full sleeves, reaching to the ankles and worn with a sash. Caftans can be worn in place of traditional robes and cloaks in ceremonies and rituals.
Capes-A cape is a long garment that covers only the back half of the wearer, fastening arrowed the neck. Capes may or may not come with hoods and are very popular among formal and important ceremonies and rituals within wicca, paganism, and witchcraft.
Cloaks-A cloak is a type of loose garment that is worn over indoor clothing and serves the same purpose as an overcoat—it protects the wearer from the cold, rain or wind and may or may not come with a hood. Cloaks are very popular within wicca, witchcraft, and paganism as ceremonial and ritual garb. Cloaks can keep an individual warm for outdoor ceremonies and also act as a form of rank within a covent which can be determined by color of the cloak or if symbols or insignias are sewn into the fabric.
Robe-A robe is distinguished from a cape or cloak by the fact that it usually has sleeves and is the most common and popular form of dress for ceremonies and rituals with wicca, witchcraft, and paganism.