Womens robes come in a number of styles and colors

By Charles Hopkins Published 01/24/2009 | Fashion

There are a number of womens robes that are available online as well as offline. They come in a number lot styles and materials. The main objective of the womens robes is to completely dry you off while keeping you warm at the same time. The womens robes available can be washed in washing machines. The womens robes (thick ones) are usually made of towel material and come in a variety of colors. The robes come with or without pockets.

There are a number of womens robes that also come with an option of zipper instead of the normal sash around the waist. The materials that are usually used for the womens robes are chenille, polyester, micro fiber, poly-cotton, cotton, terrycloth, cashmere, charmeuse, bamboo.  The micro fiber robes usually come with terry lining for added support. Robes also come in a variety of colors such as white, pink, blue, prints, greens, and browns and in tan colors.

Embellishments on the bathrobes for women

Some of the other embellishments that the robes can carry are the zippers. Some may also have embroidery on the front pockets and on the back, while others may have hoods. The good quality robes for women will usually start at 50 and they can be more expensive, depending on the materials and the use of embellishments on the womens robes.

The kimono robe is a modern twist on the old bathrobe

Another style of the womens robes is known as the kimono robe and tends to be shorter than the regular bathrobes. They are also available in a variety of materials such as flannel, polyester and can be seen in a variety of prints. The sleeves are slightly different and generously cut. They can be wrapped snugly around the waist.

The spa robe

Another type of womens robes is known as the spa robe. Both men and women use this when they sweating it out in the spa. These spa robes start at 80 but are easily available at discounted prices. They are also available in a number of materials such as Chenille, polyester, micro fiber, poly-cotton, cotton and velour. They are usually simple and are less embellished than the regular bathrobes. The advantage of using chenille is that there is no mildew smell.

Wrap as the womens robe

Another type of womens robes is known as the wrap. They come in a variety of styles such as velour towel wrap, cotton shower wrap and terry shower wrap. They look like short dresses that can be worn in the bath and are quite feminine to look at. Rather than hide the figure like other bathrobes, they accentuate the feminine figure.