Long French Terry Robe by Dreams & Co.®
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Long, luxurious and made from supersoft French terry.
- Straight silhouette
- Full front zipper
- Patch pockets
- Slight shirttail hem
- Cotton/poly French terry knit, machine wash, imported
4.3 / 5.0
Well Made (1225)
Washes Well (736)
Figure Flattering (31)
I am ordering another one.
Very Soft and Comfortable. Quality material and well made. Washes well. Like the positioning of the pockets. As soon as I get home from work this robe goes on.
January 28, 2018
Nice Basic Robe, Short Sleeves
I bought this for my sister who is recovering from a long illness. I have the short version of this robe but knew she liked a longer robe especially for winter in the north. The best thing is that the robe is easy on/easy off due to the full zipper down the front - good for a bedridden person to change easily. The weight is a light terry. The only thing I found odd was that the sleeves were not even 3/4 length but are quite short. This seems odd and not appropriate for a long terry robe. It's s full cover up but with short sleeves. Longer sleeves would be better.
January 20, 2018
I would and have bought this item befor.
It's a bathrobe.
January 18, 2018
This fabric is terrible quality. The color looks dull and faded overall. The fabric is stiff and rough.
January 17, 2018
perfect to lounge
cozy and perfect for anytime at home.
January 11, 2018
It was for my daughter for Xmas, and she really liked it.
It was just to wear in the morning before she gets dressed for work. It was fine.
January 9, 2018
Love it! Good for spring and summer.
Good for wearing around the home, after shower or whenever.
January 5, 2018
Fabric was stiff but softened some after laundering. I hope it continues to soften over time.
January 5, 2018
Comfortable robe, but runs snug in the stomach
I am apple shaped and a size 22/24. This fits great everywhere except it feels a little snug in the belly. It seems to be made well, and washes well. You might go up a size if your weight is carried in your stomach.
January 1, 2018