Adult - Orange - Bath Robes
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Wed May 18 00:00:00 MDT 2011celav Rating:5.0
I bought this robe with fingers crossed that my adult daughter would let me replace her seven(!) year old bath robe with this one. She wanted a long robe that would keep her warm after a bath that wasn't too bulky. When it arrived I was happy to see that the length was perfect and the fabric soft. I washed it to give it a nice newly laundered smell. Success, she loved it.
Mon Apr 01 00:00:00 MDT 2013pinkbungalow Rating:5.0
I live in Florida and while I like the traditional terry cloth robes they are usually too heavy and warm. This robe is just the right weight - heavier than a t-shirt but not as heavy as a sweat shirt. Very nice quality cotton, I like that the tie is attached at the back so it doesn't get lost in the laundry. It is generously sized, and would probably fit an average adult man, but works fine as unisex. It might be too large for a very small woman. Very pleased with my purchase.
Thu Dec 15 00:00:00 MST 2011clraymer Rating:5.0
This is something my wife wears right out of the shower. She will wrap up in this, and lay on the couch and watch tv. She loves it.
Tue Mar 26 00:00:00 MDT 2013bohica214 Rating:5.0
I bought this for my wife- she LOVES it! It is the softest well made robe we ever saw for this price- highly recommended! One little thiing it could use is a loop in back to hang it.
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