Rated 4 out of 5┬áby Cabird Nice robe
This is definitely for wintertime as it is warm and snuggly. The sherpa lining is wonderful.
My only complaint is that it was not very flattering. Not that this totally matters, as it is a robe, but I'm not sure I'd want anyone seeing me in it. It added 20 lbs.
November 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby elliot07 One of my best Anthro purchases
I fell in love with this robe the moment I saw it. For how thick and warm it is, I thought it was worth the full price tag, though I didn't buy it. I was unable to try my usual XS on in the store, but hoped it'd fit when I ordered it on sale. I worried it might be too big and unflattering (even though it's a robe to wear around the house), but the XS fits great. For reference, I'm 32b-25-32, 5'3. It feels amazing and is very warm. I've worn it every morning and night since I received it and absolutely love it. I know this will be with me for many years to come. I do, however, worry about washing it, as I do not want the sherpa lining to lose its softness.
January 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby yourworstchina cosy fluffy robe
Once I had tried this on in the store yesterday, I knew I couldn't leave without it. I have been on the search for a basic, cuddly, semi-thick robe for the past year (why do they make so many thin robes? who wears them anyway?), and this was the first one I've found that fits the bill, and actually looks GOOD on me. It was definitely a lot warmer than I expected it to be (warmer than some coats I own). The fabric is your basic sweatshirt material, lined with a white faux-fur. I'm 5'9" and 120lbs, and the xs fit without being snug. (The small was just a little bit larger than I wanted) Cons: There are three type of closure for the robe; an inner tie for the opposite flap, and then a snap which secures the top flap before typing the sash. The snap felt a bit cheap and I can see that it might rip from the fabric in the future. I'm apprehensive about washing it, as the lining fabric feels like the sort to lose its softness after washing. Definitely not worth $98 (made in china), this is nevertheless a much more substantial option than the flimsy t-shirt-material-robes that currently dominate the women's-not-terrycloth-robe-market. Unless you're desperate (like me, ha) wait for a sale.
November 5, 2012