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    Default Your Favorite Bath Robe??

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    I just bought DS1 a Land's End one to take to college and I got myself a Land's End one to use when I get out of my jacuzzi. I love mine but looks like they're all sold out right now in most sizes and colors (probably because of the holidays). I'm sure they'll be back in stock if you aren't in a hurry. With a coupon code I only paid $34.

    https://www.landsend.com/products/wo...71,43404,44959

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    Dh and I both have terry Lands End robes. Ours is super heavy and thick terry. This one looks to be the same. I think mine is closer to 25 years old, and DHís about 20 years old. I did however not take it to college with me because it is a lot of thick terry and wouldíve taken up a whole box or half a suitcase. I had a thinner ankle length cotton robe that I think I got from Victoriaís Secret (when VS still sold plaid pj pants and matching button down shirts in store....this was 1997....), but now I would probably look at Aerie (or the similar...Aerie had none online now but here are some others) for something similar that is substantial enough to wear in a hallway to walk to the showers down the hall (my dorm was a coed and we didnít have suites; the guys were one one side the hall from us so even during non visiting hours it was possible to see a guy in the hallway on the way back from a shower....although I donít really recall it being a huge issue).

    Maybe something like this that is easy to pack:
    https://www.landsend.com/products/wo...kaAqHGEALw_wcB

    https://m.kohls.com/product/prd-3618...B&gclsrc=aw.ds


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    I have 2 robes I use frequently and love. One is a heavy cotton terry-cloth robe from the Company Store that I got for college. Itís very similar to this: https://www.thecompanystore.com/comp...obe/67018.html. Those come in a shorter length too (and if you browse all their robes, the down ones look so soft for a drafty winter cabin, donít they?).

    I have a light knit cotton one that I bought for the hospital when I was pregnant. I liked that it has a pattern so spots donít show. Now I prefer that one in the summer or wear when Iím doing my hair and the bathroom is hot. I got that one at Macyís with matching jammies that donít fit anymore. Itís similar to this: https://www.macys.com/shop/product/c...cys?ID=9637632

    My ILs buy my kids a new bathrobe for Christmas every few years. They always get the fuzzy polyester ones from Lands end. They hold up well and my kids love to wear them out to the pool in the winter. These are the ones we have: https://www.landsend.com/products/ki...robe/id_338232
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    I have a knee length fleece one from Target (XL in the girls dept) that I love. So cuddly, soft, great pockets.
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    Oh and remember that big and fluffy one will take up more space in the washer and drier and college kids already donít do enough laundry regularly lol.


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    Default Your Favorite Bath Robe??

    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieW625 View Post
    Dh and I both have terry Lands End robes. Ours is super heavy and thick terry. This one looks to be the same. I think mine is closer to 25 years old, and DHís about 20 years old. I did however not take it to college with me because it is a lot of thick terry and wouldíve taken up a whole box or half a suitcase. I had a thinner ankle length cotton robe that I think I got from Victoriaís Secret (when VS still sold plaid pj pants and matching button down shirts in store....this was 1997....), but now I would probably look at Aerie (or the similar...Aerie had none online now but here are some others) for something similar that is substantial enough to wear in a hallway to walk to the showers down the hall (my dorm was a coed and we didnít have suites; the guys were one one side the hall from us so even during non visiting hours it was possible to see a guy in the hallway on the way back from a shower....although I donít really recall it being a huge issue).

    Maybe something like this that is easy to pack:
    https://www.landsend.com/products/wo...kaAqHGEALw_wcB

    https://m.kohls.com/product/prd-3618...B&gclsrc=aw.ds


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    I have had several of those LE supima cotton robes over the years ó they are great, very comfy, easily packable. I can wear them much of the year (unlike my LE fleece robe which is only good for a short time during the occasional cold season). I got the thick terry as something that could have a longer season than the fleece, and itís been good, but in even somewhat warm areas, the supima one will probably get the most use by far.

    ETA: and yes, all 3 of my LE robes have adequate pockets! Whatís the point of a robe without pockets?

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    I ended up getting her this bath robe from Anthropologie. The robe is currently on sale and sale items are additional 40% off. Yay!!

    https://www.anthropologie.com/shop/p...ARD&quantity=1
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    That's similar to one of DD's, she is obsessed with anything Sherpa! She just bought herself a Nordic Beach wrap with her own money and then found another one on Mercari that she says we can "share", they are so soft!

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    My UGG robe is amazing. Not sure if a college student would appreciate it's aesthetics, but so warm and soft! Funny enough I got it for Christmas from my mom (who did not know about the SNL skit!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corie View Post
    I ended up getting her this bath robe from Anthropologie. The robe is currently on sale and sale items are additional 40% off. Yay!!

    https://www.anthropologie.com/shop/p...ARD&quantity=1
    By the way, thank you for this suggestion. I bought three of these o sale to give to my teenage and early 20ish nieces whose birthdays are in March. The robes arrived yesterday and are really fuzzy and pretty. I hope your daughter likes hers.
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