Best Reviewed - Contemporary - Luxury - Bath Robes
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Sun Oct 30 00:00:00 MDT 20112016jc Rating:1.0
This robe is at least cotton but it is not "thick" or "luxurious" as described. Rather it is thin, flimsy and about 1/4 the weight of my previous terry robes. Altogether a big disappointment.
Sun Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2010mckenzieharper Rating:4.0
very comfy material, not too heavy....great on a wintery day or as a cover by the pool. very nice quality and fit.
Mon Dec 17 00:00:00 MST 2012stssjs Rating:5.0
We purchased 4 of these robes for our hot tub, and they are perfect. Makes it easy to deal with getting out into the cold.
Fri Apr 26 00:00:00 MDT 2013mirilele Rating:5.0
Product arrived fast and well packaged. It is so soft and exactly as advertised. The white ones are pure white, not yellowish, just like I love and expected. The large is large but not huge. I think its perfect for up to a size 16 (but not more). I got 4 so I can also have extras for my guests.
Sun Sep 26 00:00:00 MDT 2010itsaboutthyme Rating:4.0
The quality is just as I have experienced at high-end spas. I gave a 4/5 only because the S/M size is too small around. I am 5'7", size 36C, shirt size S/M, pants size 4, and was surprised that it is not larger around. For example, when I sit, I have to make sure I cover my legs with the fabric of the robe, otherwise it falls to the side b/c there's not enough material. I definitely should have gotten the large. I imagine this would be perfect for a petite person. I'm average size!
Wed Nov 09 00:00:00 MST 2011spiegwrite Rating:3.0
I'm debating whether to return this robe or to keep it and be less than thrilled. As other reviewers have noted, the robe just doesn't close sufficiently in front so that when I sit, it opens up. I ordered the S/M, as I wear a size 4 or 6, but it still doesn't close completely in front. The fabric is nice and the color is a rich brown, but I can see being really uncomfortable come a cold winter morning
Sat Mar 22 00:00:00 MDT 2014ohredhead Rating:4.0
Nice and long, which I prefer. I chose a medium, mainly because I'm 5' 4", and I didn't want to have to role up cuffs or trip on the bottom. This all works, although it doesn't wrap as generally around me and feels a tad snug across the chest. I haven't laundered it yet, so can't comment on that. The robe isn't quite as thick and warm as I'd hoped it would be. That said, it will be sufficient (with some fleece PJ's underneath) to handle cold, winter mornings (I live in a 100-year-old house in Ohio, so that's important.) I'm sure it will be perfect for the rest of the year. So, although I'm not thrilled, I still happy I bought it.
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