Luxury Bath Robe
Luxury Bath Robe to 7XL
Straight out of the shower and into this Robe and you will be feeling the Sartorial Splendour and Extravagant Elegance of the Rich & Famous – without the price tag.
Wondering if this is where the whole Hugh Hefner thing started?
Only in Navy and very generous sizing to 7XL – Go on… you deserve it!
New to our range THE 100% COTTON TERRY BATH ROBE
Classic in design, it features a self-fabric waist tie and front patch pockets.
Luxury 100% Cotton Terry Towelling for ultimate comfort and absorbency.
- 100% Cotton Terry Towelling fabric
- Internal waist tie
- Front Patch Pockets
- Self-fabric Waist Tie
- Long Sleeves
- Think about temperature: The fabrics you’ll want to consider will vary depending on whether you need the robe in order to stay warm, keep cool and covered, or to simply dry off after a shower. Fleece, plush, and flannel are best for cooler temperatures. Linen and lightweight knits like jersey are best in warmer temperatures. Terry or waffle work best out of the shower.
- Consider how it will be used: The small details on a robe can make a big difference in functionality, depending on when and how you plan to wear it. Robes with long sleeves or shawl collars are great if you need to step outside in the cold or bundle up while lounging around the house. A kimono-style robe will have a collar that lays flat, so you can still get to your face and neck while preparing to shave or apply makeup, and it will have shorter sleeves that won’t dip into your toothpaste. This type is ideal if you tend to use your robe as a morning dressing gown.
- Low maintenance is key: Most people we talked to did not want to deal with a material that needed dry cleaning. Delicate silks, and many linens, say “dry clean only,” or they can only be hand-washed. We only tested robes that could be tossed in the washer and dryer.
- Know the importance of color: If you’re giving a robe to someone as a present, choosing a color can be tricky. Some of our robes come only in muted colors, and others have bright, vibrant choices. If possible find out what colors the person prefers, but go with a neutral if you’re really not sure. For kids especially, we know that color matters. Give a purple lover a green robe and you’ll probably be returning it. We considered options (especially for kids) that came in as many colors as possible while still being comfortable and well-made.