Luxury dressing gowns maintain pole position as the most indulgent of gifts-to-self. While lockdown now feels like a distant memory, its sartorial impacts can still be felt. Namely: the fact that we pay just as much attention to the style credentials of our loungewear, pyjama sets and tracksuits as we do our trouser suits. As such, owning a luxury robe that you can slip around in all night (and day) is of high importance. Enter: our opulent edit of the best luxury dressing gowns to elevate your nightwear collection. Including silk, cashmere and cotton options.
The White Company are the reigning queens of luxury dressing gowns on the high street. Their silk robe costs £189, is available in both ivory and navy, and boasts a plethora of benefits – from its cooling properties to the fact that the body moisturiser you slathered on before bed won’t be absorbed by the fabric at all. Rather, left to do its work. We’ve also included another The White Company bestseller: the cashmere robe. It’s incredibly soft and warm – naturally – and superior in quality. In fact, The White Company is the first British retailer to be part of The Good Cashmere Standard®. Round of applause.
Elsewhere, Soho Home’s House Robes can be personalised with your initials, while Carine Gilson’s Chantilly lace-trimmed luxury robes are an indulgent treat for a bride. There’s also Bottega’s cotton terry towelling dressing gowns which are detailed with strikes which mimic the brand’s famed intrecciato weave.
And one last thing: luxury dressing gowns make beautiful gifts for her, so if you’ve been searching for a best friend gift, a birthday gift for your sister or an anniversary gift for her, this guide could be an excellent starting point. Add a luxury dressing gown to her nightwear wardrobe and you’ll be in her good books forever.
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