Musings

Robe Therapy Musings provide behind the scenes access to Australia's uniquely printed robes for lounging and casual dressing, focusing on self-care and self-love. Get insights in to styling with robes and taking care of yourself to be you, love you.

Fashion Equipped Expert and Mentor, Elizabeth Formosa shares her thoughts on Robe Therapy

Fashion Equipped Expert and Mentor, Elizabeth Formosa shares her thoughts on Robe Therapy

Elizabeth Formasa, Fashion Equipped expert and mentor gives a 5 star review of Robe Therapy. She says  “Absolutely loving my Rhea short Robe.

The print was what attracted me initially but when my order arrived I absolutely adored the luxurious handfeel of the fabric and the relaxed versatile fit is what has me wearing a robe again for the first time in years! Well done Robe Therapy!

5 reasons to get a Kimono style robe

Kimono style robes are generally made with lightweight fabric and has become popular as getting ready robe or a dressing gown. Bridal parties use similar robes in luxe satin finishes for their wedding day photos and printed Kimono style robe is a quicksmart way to spice up an outfit.
5 reasons to get a Kimono style robe
Long maxi robe doubles up as a duster jacket

Long maxi robe doubles up as a duster jacket

Robe Therapy's Maxi Robes are as long as a duster jacket, light as a Kimono and effortless like a silk robe. With a butterfly sleeve, fine trimmings and french-seam finishes in premium satin, these maxi robes exudes luxury and comfort.

Kimonos, Kaftans and Robes - What is the difference?

Kimono is an iconic and a traditional Japanese garment, when translated it means ‘Something to wear’. Kimonos are typically hand-sewn into ‘T’ shape from unique silk fabric tied with a belt. Similarly, with African and Middle eastern origins, Kaftans (sometimes spelled as ‘Caftans’) are lightweight dresses that hang loosely on the body. Evolved from both the kimonos and kaftans, Robes are the western adoption of the lightweight outer garment to envelop you in luxury and comfort. 
Kimonos, Kaftans and Robes - What is the difference?
Self-care and self-love with Robe Therapy.

Wealth in everyday luxuries. Here’s my top 6.

The year that must not be named (2020!) has taught me to appreciate the everyday luxuries. Those that I might have otherwise taken for granted. It has given me a valuable lesson in taking a look around and appreciating the existence around me. The joy of taking in those luxuries at a more lazy pace. I had a sudden appreciation of the time that I had to myself as opposed to the frantic rush of aiming towards betterment.