Luxury Bathrobes – More appreciated than engraved glassware
If one considers what makes a great gift, often it is something that the recipient would not have purchased for themselves. Though luxury bathrobes are one of the most practical and successful gifts because sizing is not a typical issue as with other garments. Run of the mill bathrobes are often perceived as unexciting, in that they often look like a white bath towel with sleeves. But, in this age of design, there are luxury bathrobes designers that have endeavored to elevate the bathrobe utilizing fashion design principles. Designer bathrobes can be both practical and luxurious.
Tisseron Design offers the world’s largest collection of designer bathrobes for women and men.
Offered in gift boxes and monogrammed with the recipient’s initials make a great gift for the following occasions:
- Gifts for Brides
- Gifts for Bridegrooms
- Gifts for Bridesmaids
- Gifts for Best Man and Groomsmen
- Gifts for Parents of the Bride or Groom
Luxury bathrobes are making a new fashion statement these days, design has elevated the bathrobe from the boring hotel robe, usually a white bath towel with sleeves and an embroidered logo, to those offering shawl collars, earth-tone colors, exclusive trims, and sculptured organic terry fabrics . This popular gift item is offered in a variety of styles, colors, and weave patterns.
So, before you begin the shopping for luxury bathrobes you must consider some features, namely material and size. Of all the significant factors that matter, the most important is the purpose, i.e., what is the purpose of purchasing the bathrobe other than ostensibly offering a gift to say ‘thanks’ or ‘I love you’. Though it sounds redundant to consider the purpose, will it be worn right out of the shower or bath? Will it be worn over pajamas or lingerie? A cotton terry or terry velour bathrobe is great for both.
Terry cloth is looped, is a special weaving process, and was invented by the Turks centuries ago, because of the needs of Turkish baths which play a large part in Turkish culture, the loops are absorbent on the skin, wicking away moisture, and terry velour is looped on the inside but shaved on the outside for a velvety feel. The shaving process is done on looms where a sharp razor-like blade shears off the loops on the one side.
Velour is velvety to the touch, and is on the outside of the fabric, the loops are on the inside where they touch the skin, and are extra absorbent.