Collection: Bathrobes

Step into comfort with our 'Bathrobes' collection, featuring elegant patterns from ginkgo leaf to plum blossom and playful fruit designs. Whether you prefer vibrant hues or a classic black & white checkerboard, there's a robe for you. Choose from fleece, cotton, or cooling ice silk materials, designed with styles like V-neck, loose tie, or zipper for your perfect fit.

Bathrobes FAQs

Should You Wear Clothes Under a Bathrobe?

Wearing clothes under a bathrobe is a personal choice. Some prefer to wear it directly over their skin after a shower for its absorbent qualities, while others may wear it over pajamas or loungewear for extra warmth and comfort. Ultimately, it depends on your comfort level and the reason for wearing the bathrobe.

What Is the Purpose of a Bathrobe?

A bathrobe serves multiple purposes: it provides warmth and coverage after a bath or shower, acts as a convenient garment to lounge in before getting dressed, and can also be worn for added comfort and relaxation around the house. Bathrobes are designed to be absorbent, soft, and easy to slip on and off.

Why Are Bathrobes so Expensive?

The cost of bathrobes can vary widely, influenced by the materials used, the quality of the fabric, the craftsmanship, and the brand. High-quality bathrobes often use luxurious materials like high-grade cotton, silk, or bamboo fibers, which offer superior softness, absorbency, and durability, justifying a higher price point.

Are Cotton Bathrobes for Sleeping?

While not traditionally designed for sleeping due to their bulkiness and the potential for overheating, some people may find lightweight cotton bathrobes comfortable for sleeping in cooler temperatures. The choice to sleep in a bathrobe is based on personal preference and comfort.

Do People Use Cotton Bathrobes Instead of Towels?

Some people use cotton bathrobes as an alternative to towels after a bath or shower due to their convenience and the ability to stay wrapped up hands-free. Bathrobes provide warmth and privacy as one dries off, but they typically complement towels rather than replace them entirely, as towels are more practical for drying specific body parts.

What Do People Wear Bathrobes For?

Bathrobes are worn for various reasons: as a cozy cover-up after a shower or bath, for lounging and relaxation at home, during spa visits for privacy and comfort, or even for casual, quick errands within proximity to one's living space. Their versatility and comfort make them a popular choice for many.

What's the Difference Between a Robe and a Bathrobe?

The main difference lies in their intended use. A bathrobe is specifically designed for use before or after bathing, made from absorbent materials like terry cloth or cotton. A robe, however, can refer to any loose-fitting outer garment and includes a wider variety of materials and styles, not all of which are intended for use in the bathroom or for relaxation.