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A bathrobe! A piece of clothing that does not get the attention it deserves, since mostly worn when barely anyone else is around. Nevertheless, an important piece of clothing since it may be the first one that greets you in the morning and helps you ease into the day.

Here is our version that will come online in time for you to consider it as a Christmas present for one of your loved ones.

We have been watching all these wonderful pinks combined with navy or blue for fall. It inspired us for those color combination that you see and we were wondering which one you would go for..,


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    Sep 16, 2010, 07.01 AMby jamaicabraden

    nice idea. I’m actually thinking of an idea for a christmas presents. btw, how bout a nice christmas trees style bathrobe?

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    Sep 3, 2009, 02.28 PMby jamesdoute

    I kind of like the bright colour in the bathrobes since that is what is in fashion right now. But price has to be good since you can cheap bathrobes now by directly from the wholesalers


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    Oct 29, 2008, 01.18 PMby r8chld

    Where can I find a copy of this pattern? My search on BurdaStyle came up with no results. Thanks for your help and I vote #1

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    Sep 28, 2008, 09.13 AMby trumbelina

    Colour way #2! Colour way #2! I love that torquoise and red combo.

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    Sep 22, 2008, 06.48 AMby erdronen

    number 1 :)

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    Sep 21, 2008, 06.32 PMby emilyaugust

    I love number one!

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    Sep 18, 2008, 04.21 PMby sunnyb64

    I’m liking #2.

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    Sep 18, 2008, 09.41 AMby benedikta

    Taking in all your comments and revisiting the color ways, it made a lot of sense to me that the dark color of option #1 (it is actually not black, just looks like black) is not optimal. But I did love the bright turquoise of #1.

    Solution, and I think that you can all agree, was to switch the turquoise from Option#1 with the grey green from Option #2 and you have a wonderful fresh colorway.

    Sometimes it needs a little discussion and some help from some friends! Thanks so much and let me know what you think!

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    Sep 18, 2008, 06.56 AMby joannegreathead

    i love colour way 1 would be great to get out of the bath and put on a lovely bathrobe like that.

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    Sep 18, 2008, 12.26 AMby marykej

    Definitely #3, the colours just go really well together :)

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    Sep 17, 2008, 11.28 AMby mirela

    Any of the colors, they are all alike. A print and a solid would have been better I think…Could be a Japanese print with red at the sleeves and a solid belt

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    Sep 17, 2008, 09.33 AMby marcy harriell | oonaballoona

    i’m lovin on number 3, and i’m so psyched to have another christmas pattern… my holidays may, in fact, be entirely produced by burdastyle :). do you think i could alter this to make an enclosed caftan?

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    Sep 17, 2008, 08.35 AMby karencilla

    Wow. This is fantastic. I love number 3 and then number 2. Benedikta, It will very interesting to mix solids with prints and make it look luxurious! hahaha.

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    Sep 17, 2008, 08.16 AMby peaudane

    Number 1! Without a doubt!

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    Sep 17, 2008, 07.40 AMby dianacirne

    Love at first time! The colourway 1!

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    Sep 17, 2008, 06.14 AMby TerezaSews

    I love the pink and blue in 1 but not so sure about them together with black.

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    Sep 17, 2008, 05.30 AMby meseide

    I really like the teal in #1, but not the colour combination… So I would prefer #2.

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    Sep 17, 2008, 03.50 AMby benedikta

    Looking at the pattern, I am also excited to try it with a print and a matching solid…or piping in the seams…embroidery?? Often there are too many exciting options..

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    Sep 17, 2008, 03.49 AMby benedikta

    Hey Ceregana, I have to apologize, if you mean the dark color in #1, it’s not black, it is actually a wonderful dark brown grey that has a hard time showing up on the picture. It could be made fit unisex since it is all loose, but it is sized for girls. Everybody else thanks so much, # 3 seems to be the favorite!

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    Sep 17, 2008, 02.31 AMby ghainskom

    My favorite is number 2.

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    Sep 17, 2008, 02.30 AMby ceregana

    Hmm, I am different there – I love #2. Somehow doesn’t like the combinations with the black. Is it a unisex robe?

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    Sep 17, 2008, 02.18 AMby marmota-b

    I like number 3, too! And I like the pattern, it’s simple and yet it has original lines.

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    Sep 16, 2008, 09.21 PMby reneebeth

    I like #3, the aubergine and dark green go so well together, and the pink pops with them. This is exciting! I’m already picking out who needs a robe for christmas :)

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