A robe is fabulous to throw on after the shower, before lounging on the couch on a chilly day, or … well, pretty much anywhere!
The cozy staple in your loungewear wardrobe has been re-imagined as a staple piece in your outside wardrobe too! It’s easy to wear, gives you extra warmth, and can be quite the dynamic piece in any outfit.
The stunning Inset Back robe from Fleur’t Intimates is the ultimate in self-indulgence, with the softest fabric imaginable and silk ties for a kiss of glamour. So after treating yourself to this robe available in multiple colors, check out some of these outfit ideas to incorporate your robe into a chic ensemble.
#1: Wear It With a Dress
While a robe feels like the ultimate in lounge apparel, it can also be dressy!
That’s right; you can wear it on date night for an extra layer of comfort or warmth. Try it with a sexy bodycon dress and some gorgeous heels, or even to transition your summer frocks into the warmer weather with tights and boots.
For a cooler more casual ensemble, try it over your t-shirt dress with some knee high boots or sneakers.
Tip: If you don’t want to tie your robe so you can show off the rest of your outfit, just tie it in a bow at the back!
#2: Wear It With Your Denim
If you’re as Pinterest obsessed as we are, you’ll know the most trending way to wear any robe is with a simple tee and your favorite pair of jeans!
Your boyfriend denim, your skinnies, and even your distressed denim will all work with this easygoing outfit that you can wear runnings errands or even grabbing a cocktail with your girls. It’s also perfect for those Fall days that are full of sun with just a pinch of crispness in the air.
#3: Wear It Instead of a Sweater
Cozy knits are essential for Fall, but you can change up any outfit with your robe for some freshness.
We’re not saying say no to the knits, just replace them sometimes with your robe! You can wear them over your knit dresses, your blouses and trousers, or even maybe your thinner knits on an especially chilly day.
Are YOU going to try rocking your robe this Fall?
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Until next time,