Whether you’re looking for something for the morning dash to your share house bathroom, or are a committed robe wearer come rain, hail or shine, these styles scream cosiness – some are even chic enough to wear down the street. They also make the perfect accompaniment to moments of self-care.
Nothing makes you feel like you’re at a fancy hotel quite like a plush towelling robe. So why not level up the most mundane mornings with styles that add a little bit of luxury to your daily routine. Cocoon yourself in Hommey’s striped or plain styles, add one of Lucy Folk’s signature textured pieces to your collection or opt for Terry’s red silhouette with a pair of matching shorts for your coffee run. EM on Holiday is another favourite for brightly coloured robes that are equally at home at the beach or pool as they are hanging over your bedroom door.
Sydney brand In Bed gives the perfect excuse to update your bathroom with this lilac robe and matching range of towels, while Sheridan keeps things classic in white. Country Road offers the Calo robe in a textured finish that is super-soft touch, as well as the striped pool robe with a relaxed silhouette. One of Broadsheet’s favourite towel brands, Baina also makes the perfect post-bath robe.
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It’s no surprise that some of Broadsheet’s favourite bedding brands offer up luxe linen robes to lounge about in, too. Coordinate with your favourite set of sheets in I Love Linen’s gingham style, wake up with a sunny disposition in this limoncello colourway from Bed Threads or keep things chic in an olive iteration from Carlotta and Gee.
Deiji Studios makes a case for never getting out of your pyjamas with its effortless linen sets, so it shouldn’t take much convincing to add this cornflower blue robe to your collection. CLB’s signature maxi silhouette – which has repeatedly sold out – is currently available in stone, rose and white, and can be cinched into a floating summer dress of sorts. Another brand that begs you to bend the rules about when it is and isn’t appropriate to wear a robe is Saule. The Melbourne-born label uses a lightweight Japanese cotton seersucker that creates the ultimate silhouette to float around the house in, but is also perfectly acceptable to layer with swimwear and easy separates.
Silk and cotton
Fans of the finer things in life will know just how special a silk robe can make you feel. Maison Essentiele (one of our favourite sleepwear brands) offers up a draping kimono style if you’re looking for a shorter silhouette. It’s also available in a more structured cotton iteration this season. Papinelle’s Audrey robe comes in a range of classic hues – but the brands new cotton and silk-blend Cherry Blossom maxi style adds a welcome splash of print to the mix.
This article was first published on April 4, 2022 and has since been updated.
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