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Get The Comfort Of A 5-Star Hotel At Your Home With Dressing Gowns For Women

by Kristy

Now that the winter season is upon us, you can find me cuddled up on the sofa with a fantasy book and a cup of coffee, wearing the comfiest dressing gown. Does that make me sound like a grandma? Maybe. Do I care? Nope. Why you may ask? I have found the cosiest dressing gowns for women on FatFace, which are perfect for lounging around the house, keeping me warm and snug all day long.

Whether, like me, you’re snuggling up on the couch in it or have it wrapped around you during your morning makeup or night skincare routine, these dressing gowns for women are the ultimate home fashion MVP. These luxury dressing gowns are also a great gift option for a loved one, perfect for all occasions including Christmas!

Huddle up head to toe with a comfortable pair of slippers or match your long dressing gowns with your loungewear. Let’s explore the range of dressing gowns for women, their types, and fabrics in this blog.

What are dressing gowns for women used for?

There are very few things in life that feel cosier than wrapping up in a soft, warm bathrobe after a long day. Dressing gowns for women are very easy to slip on when you need extra warmth, making them a popular addition to morning and evening routines. I love wearing a robe whenever I am relaxing on the couch at home after a long day at work and when heading to the pool or spa. It is super relaxing and feels like an act of self-care!

Dressing gowns and bathrobes are a must-have item to dry off and keep warm after a shower or swim. They also help you cover up quickly when the doorbell rings unexpectedly.

Types of fabrics of dressing gowns for women

1. Polar fleece

Soft fabric made from polyester which is insulated and napped. This fabric is an advanced version of fleece, which is thicker and softer with a high water absorption feature.

2. Velour

This one is a plush, knitted fabric similar to velvet. Made from cotton and synthetic materials like polyester, this fabric contains some percentage of elastane, for comfort and durability. It is an excellent material for lounging bathrobes but is not suitable for a robe used after a bath. It is also great for bathrobes for cold weather.

3. Terrycloth

Terrycloth also known as Turkish towelling, is a fabric woven from loops of threads absorbed into large amounts of water.

4. Chiffon

It is light in weight and is a plain-woven sheer fabric woven of alternate s- and z-twist crepe yarns. It is soft on the skin and looks elegant.

5. Georgette

Georgette is a sheer, lightweight, dull-finished crêpe fabric. Originally, it is made from silk with highly twisted yarns.

6. Organza

This fabric is a plain weave, thin, sheer fabric made from silk. Today, many organzas are woven with synthetic filament fibres such as nylon or polyester.

7. Crepe

This is a silk, wool, or synthetic fibre fabric with a distinctively crisp and crimped appearance. The term “crape” typically refers to a form of fabric associated specifically with mourning.

8. Flannel

This material is made with a combination of wool and cotton, providing a lighter yet comforting feel, and keeping you warm. It is a soft woven fabric of varying fineness and is commonly used to make blankets, tartan clothing, bed sheets, and sleepwear. It is known as a cold-weather fabric.

9. Shot silk

This fabric is made up of silk woven from warp and weft yarns of two or more colours producing an iridescent appearance.

10. Chenille fabric

Chenille is a type of yarn. It is the French word for caterpillar whose fur the yarn is supposed to resemble. It is best known for its high-insulating property, and a bathrobe made from this fabric is a soft and light piece of clothing that, once worn, you would not want to take off.

11. Taffeta

Taffeta is a smooth, crisp, plain woven fabric made from nylon, silk, cuprammonium rayons, acetate, or polyester.

The most comfiest dressing gowns for women on FatFace

1. Quilted Dressing Gown

Quilted Dressing Gown

Quilted Dressing Gown | Oglooks

Cosy up in this Quilted Dressing Gown perfect for cold mornings and nights. This long-length dressing gown comes with a waist tie, pockets, and spread collar. It is made from recycled polyester filling which is soft and quilted. It is available in several sizes and two colours- grey marl and lilac. Spend your lazy days in this comfortable gown all day long.

2. Quilted Dressing Gown – Lilac

Available in several sizes, this lilac-coloured gown dress for women on FatFace is made with recycled polyester filling. It is soft and quilted, perfect for the winter season. Stay cosy in this gown with its waist tie, pockets, and spread collar. Wear it on your loungewear and slippers for the perfect lazy afternoon.

Choosing the right length and size for your dressing gown

Dressing gowns for women are meant to be comfortable and loose-fitting, but there is a chance that you could get a bathrobe that is too large, too small, too long, or too short. Especially if you’re buying it online!

This clothing item typically comes in three lengths: Above the knee, ankle length, and mid-calf length. An ankle-length gown is the most-used item during the colder months, while shorter robes are great for summer when going to the spa, pool, or beach.

I recommend that you take your measurements when buying a dressing gown so you can check them against the manufacturer’s sizing chart and find a robe that’s ideal for you. Carefully check the following areas: sleeve length, chest, shoulder width, and robe length.

Hint: If you don’t know how to choose one, look for a dressing gown marked ‘one-size-fits-all’. Or, check the size of your winter coat as it is normally loose-fitting and may help you select a robe with a similar fit.

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Dressing gowns for women come in many colours, unique designs, and various styles. The style of the dressing gown you choose depends on your budget and preferences. Perhaps you want something fluffy and thick to lounge in. Or maybe you are more interested in a silky robe you can wear over lingerie. Check out FatFace’s official website to know more! For more information on longline dressing gowns for women, visit Oglooks.


What is the warmest material for dressing gowns?
Made from polyester material, fleece is light in weight, warm and quick-drying, making it perfect for construction in dressing gowns.
How long do dressing gowns last?
You should replace your dressing gowns from 2 to 10 years, depending on how often you have used them. 
What does a dressing gown look like?
It is a loose, open gown with a fabric belt to tie around the waist. It is called a housecoat.

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