One of the most overlooked pieces of bathware is the bathrobe. Most of us place a greater emphasis on towels, face and hand towels, and even bath mats when we shop for bathroom accessories. Most people still consider albornoces a luxury item rather than a necessity, and purchasing one is often done as an afterthought.
They are helpful, though, because they provide light coverage before and after a shower and when you get out of the bath but need a little extra time to get dressed or eat breakfast. You can answer the door and rest inside while donning a robe on your day off from work.
Selecting the Best Bathrobe Style
Robes are available in several hues, original patterns, and fashions. Although a traditional white, fluffy toweling robe is very popular, the type you select will depend entirely on your preferences and financial situation. Maybe you want something soft and Cushy albornoces to curl up at home. Or perhaps a silk robe you can put on over your underwear is more appealing to you.
Typical bathrobe designs include the following:
- a shawl-styled robe with a voluminous collar that covers the neck
- A hooded robe is excellent for adding additional warmth and drying wet hair.
- Wide sleeves and no neck distinguish kimonos in Japanese fashion, often made of satin or silk.
- an outfit with two breasts
- and deep pockets on a robe
- A robe with an embroidered pattern is perfect for adding your name or business logo.
Selecting the appropriate length and size
Even though bathrobes are loose-fitting and comfy, they occasionally come in sizes that are too small, too large, too short, or too long.
Typically, bathrobes are available in three lengths: above the knee, mid-calf, and ankle. Wintertime robes that reach the ankle are popular, while shorter summertime robes are ideal for trips to the beach, pool, or spa.
We advise taking your measurements before purchasing a bathrobe so you can compare them to the manufacturer’s sizing chart and select the perfect robe for you.
Pay close attention to the following:
- Sleeve length: from shoulder to wrist, take a measurement.
- Shoulder width: measure the distance between the two shoulder edges.
- Chest: measure the bust line for females. Men can gauge their Chest and back size by measuring their arms.
- Robe Length: measure from your neck’s center to your knee, mid-calf, or ankle, depending on the length you like.