Great for cold-weather lounging and even greater if you enjoy warm russets and olive tones instead of the standard holiday jewel tones, this 1950’s Pendleton robe for men is ready to help you relax in plummeting nighttime temperatures. Constructed of 100% virgin Pendleton wool right here in Oregon, this robe comes from the wool of sheep who know the chilly nights of eastern Oregon’s high desert! Click here for more views and sizing details.
Sumptuous ruby red (red with a kick of rose) quilted robe with pink nylon lining, made by Feiner Fashions. Sleeves are 3/4 length, hem hits at about the knee, front closure is a zipper cleverly disguised with self-fabric loops and buttons and a snap at the neck. Click here for sizing and more views.
Button up without getting too warm in this light nylon shift in bands of green, blue, and yellow. The stand-up collar and short puffed sleeves set off the flowing, unbelted A-line body of the piece. To keep the garment from being too cool or revealing too much, there is a layer of white fabric underneath. Click here for more views and sizing information.
Fun fact: The word “kimono” in Japanese means both the traditional clothing you see at festivals and it is also a general word meaning “clothing” or “a thing you wear”. This one is a robe or loungewear in vibrant warm colors. Click here for more views!