A few months ago I noticed that a lot of celebrities were gravitating towards a very old-school trend. J.Lo, Zara Larsson and even Matthew McConaughey all had worn floor coverings, luxurious feather dresses and marabou accents as part of their appearances in movies, music videos or on stage. Please, take everything in:
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But why should celebrities get the fun in these superior glamor gowns, which vaguely reminds of the 20s and 70s? Jealousy is not beautiful, except in this case, where in extreme envy I stood for a story where I wear some of these clothes myself, and you are even better in real life.
Having and wearing these luxurious lounge homes around the office taught me two important things about myself and humanity at large.
I must own one of these clothes, state.
Both dresses I wore were by designer Catherine D & # 39; Lish, who runs a luxurious boudoir clothing store out of a small island outside the Washington state. Not only did her designs look sumptuous, but they also felt incredibly soft.
It is not difficult to understand why in these difficult decades women wandered around their houses in these wonderful clothes. It's actually harder to get why this era of loungewear ever ceased ?? Thank God, we'll take them back now. Let's all do our part to keep them.
Lavish dressing gown envy is universal.
It's not just me! Ev-y-y-man wants to go into these things. When I came in and unpacked them, my colleagues were like, Wait, who are they? or OMG, they are everything. I demanded. Several people also wanted to take pictures in them. Then I came to another conclusion: we actually all need to buy them the right TF now.
But before we all wear them, there are some details to understand:
Where and when do you wear a bathrobe?
Best answer: Wherever TF you want. But also the best time to wear is in the evening, when you get ready for your night out. Preferably you also have a glass of champagne in your hand.
What is the difference between a bathrobe, a robe and a house rock?
These distinctions are important for knowing whether to start participating in this exciting robe renaissance. A house wardrobe is a long, loose, lightweight, casual garment that you can wear inside. When I think of these, I think of those from the 50's who had fun patterns and tied in the neck. A bathrobe is very similar, only it ties at the waist and is used especially either immediately after having gone out of bed or taken bath / shower. "Clothing" is also a term that is used much more often in the UK. A bathrobe is similar to a bathrobe, but it is usually made of terrycloth or another type of water-absorbent fabric. Also, if you are now wondering that you are here, the word "robe" word can be used to describe all these iterations.
Cool! Anyway, so … you down to shop for a little with me? Here we go.
Ultra-shiny garments with floor length to try:
These silky, satin-y wraps are perfect for your next party pregame session. Some can even be worn ~ as a dress ~ for a special great night out. I am a fan of these styles in pastel colors, but traditional underwear shades, such as red, white and black, can be very stylish too.
Transparent bathrobes for showing a little more:
These robes are perfect for wearing dress dresses and silky PJ or a good set of underwear if you spend the night with someone special.
Affordable bathrobes that do not look cheap:
Many of these luxury styles come with solid price tags. If you're not sure you can float the cash, but still want the amazing experience of having one of these on a nightly basis – or just for "gram-consider some of the options here.
Shorter garments that still have all the fun frills:
If you're just a short coat, and you're not sure what happens to all that extra fabric, you can still get into the action. These feather and marabou trimmed pieces are still fun, even though they are a little less dramatic.
Yellow robe look: Robe, Boudoir by D & # 39; Lish; Dress, Lulus; Bag, Loeffler Randall (available at ShopBop); Rings, Ettika; Earrings, ASOS, Shoes, ASOS. Pink robe look: Robe, Boudoir of D & # 39; Lish; Top, Cami (available at ShopBop); Wide leg pants, ASOS; Coupling, ASOS; Earrings, ASOS; Rings, Ettika; Shoes, Jagger.
Photographer: Esther Faciane; Makeup and Hair: Glam Quad