The Best Men’s Robe Money Can Buy
You’re going to love wearing it in, and it will never wear out.
Let us point you towards the dim and wooly confines of your closet. In it are pieces that have stood by you for a decade: a sturdy and handsome cable-knit, a classic navy suit, a worn-soft pair of wingtips. And your bathrobe? It’s just some ratty, greyed thing you wear for a moment between towel and trousers. Well, you’re missing out. Considering the money and care you lavish on the rest of your wardrobe, why skimp on something you’ll enjoy forever – albeit in the privacy of your home?
Our advice: Spend a bit on a quality robe whose material, fit, and cut are such that you can keep it forever. Then keep it forever. And let us abbreviate your search: The British brand Emma Willis makes what you need. Unlike so many terry-cloth factory jobs, the Lanella dressing gown (we know, stay with us) is hand cut and sewn out of an unbelievably soft wool blend. The cut is Euro-trim for a true-to-size fit and the navy piping ads a bit of visual structure to the robe’s quintessentially English heather color.
The price is a not-insubstantial $1,080. But remember: Value is not question cost, but of ROI. The return on a good robe is amazing. You really can put a price on comfort.