Rated 3 out of 5Â by 2
Rated 3 out of 5Â by a4nniebartlett Wrap Dress
I didn't know this was a SLEEP robe. I thought it was a wrap dress (to be worn in public). It fits lumpy so if you want to wear it outside of the house iron it first. The material could be softer but is still good quality. This isn't my favorite free people item- some days i love it and other days it just feels meh. But the pattern is really bold and vibrant! Pair this with your favorite boho hat and distressed boots and wallah! An amazing grunge but famine look!
Rated 3 out of 5Â by angelilvasy Hmm
I have very mixed emotions about this robe. I bought it with the actual intent of using it as a robe, not really for wearing in public. I couldn't decide which color to get since they appeared pretty similar and settled on the "peach combo." While the actual peach colored background doesn't wow me, the rest of the design is really pretty. I got it in a medium (5'6'', 135#) and the length is pretty good, but it will ride up when you lift your arms up for anything. Also, the sleeves stop a few inches (about 3 or 4 inches for me) from your wrists. While I like this for a sleeping/showering robe, you might want to take this into account if you plan on wearing it outside the house. Finally, I would like to point out the fabric. If this were made out of anything remotely nicer, I would have given it a better rating. The tag says 100% cotton but it still feels pretty rough and thin. It sort of reminds me of thicker tissue paper. Definitely nothing to write home about. Based solely on that, if I saw this robe in person I would have probably payed no more than $30 for it. I understand it's "handmade in India," but if you were to buy this or a similar product trough another company or in India itself, it would be wayyy cheaper.