9 Sustainable Robes To Cozy Up In This Winter

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9 Sustainable Robes To Cozy Up In This Winter

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Colder temps mean more nights indoors—and what better to snuggle up in than a buttery soft robe, as we set aside time at home to rest and relax? (The answer is nothing.)

For the best in sustainable and soft loungewear, check out these brands with eco-friendly and ethically made robes. Many come in unisex or children’s options, making them great gifts and perfect for the whole family.

Pair with a matching set of sweats or sustainable pajamas and you’ll be cozy all season long.

1. Coyuchi

Eco-Friendly Materials | GOTS certified organic cotton
Our Pick | Unisex Air Weight® Organic Robe ($128)
Price Range
| $58–$148

Using only 100 percent organic cotton, Coyuchi crafts exceptional products for your home and your body. In addition to its popular line of bed and bath basics, Coyuchi’s robes are equally ethical and sustainable, giving back and earning MADE SAFE certifications for its fair trade practices. It’s like being wrapped up in the brand’s best-selling towels, but better.

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2. Pact

Eco-Friendly Materials | GOTS certified organic cotton
Our Pick | All Ease Pocket Robe ($65)
Price Range
| $65

Slip into something more comfortable with Pact’s All Ease Pocket Robe. Available in four colors, this robe is made in India with GOTS and Fair Trade certified organic cotton, and 81 percent less water is used throughout production. Best of all, it comes with deep pockets for your phone, self-care necessities (hello, face mask!), or whatever you need. Looking for a lightweight, super-soft, and affordable robe? This one’s it.

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3. Oddbird

Eco-Friendly Materials | Sustainably sourced Turkish cotton and/or linen
Our Pick | Mavis Robe ($179)
Price Range
| $89–$179

Oddbird believes that goods should be both ethically made and ethically priced. Using sustainable cotton and natural fibers, the brand focuses on small-batch goods, including Turkish towels, robes, and blankets. OddBird’s robes are made by artisans out of Hatay, Turkey, who transform handwoven towels into loungewear you’ll love. (And it’ll last, thanks to Oddbird’s complimentary lifetime repairs!) The Mavis Robe is our top pick because of its adult and children’s sizes.

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4. Snowe

Eco-Friendly Materials | OEKO-TEX certified cotton
Our Pick | Honeycomb Bathrobe ($100)
Price Range
| $100–$125

The sustainable robes the internet can’t stop raving about? They’re from Snowe, a brand prioritizing quality, safety, and design. These bathrooms are made with 100 percent long-staple cotton and crafted in Europe using innovative Japanese technology; they’re simultaneously absorbent and quick-drying. Made unisex, they’re incredibly roomy, so we recommend sizing down if you’re between sizes, which run XS through L.

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5. Summersalt

Eco-Friendly Materials | Recycled polyester charmeuse
Our Pick | The Cloud 9 Silky Robe in Pastel ($95)
Price Range
| $95–$135

Robes that actually tie over your hips? It’s possible, thanks to Summersalt! The brand took measurements from 10,000 women to find the best fits for every body type. Its Cloud 9 Silky Robe and Midi Robe are designed with those metrics in mind, often sewn from recycled polyester charmeuse. We love Summersalt’s playful designs and sensual, soft fabrics.

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6. Universal Standard

Eco-Friendly Materials | Pima cotton & plant-based Modal
Our Pick | Rachele Lounge Robe ($128)
Price Range
| $78–$128

Universal Standard, one of the world’s most size-inclusive brands, is back again with another winning style: The Rachele Lounge Robe. Made of a buttery blend of Pima cotton and plant-based Modal, this simple yet stylish robe is a perfect addition to your at-home wear. With sizing from 00 through 40, you can try this on at home and return as needed. If you should change sizes later, the brand will send you a replacement—for free—and donate your old robe.

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7. Richer Poorer

Eco-Friendly Materials | 90 percent cotton
Our Pick | Cloud Weave Robe Coat ($98)
Price Range
| $98

If you prefer a light, breezy cotton robe, look to Richer Poorer’s Robe Coat in six colors. Designed in California and made ethically worldwide, these cotton gauze robes are perfect for layering and that effortlessly lived-in look. Similar to plush robes, these also come with oversized sleeves, a snug belt, and a shawl collar, but they have more of a relaxed fit. Richer Poorer is carbon-neutral, gives back to environmental causes, and uses eco-friendly packaging.

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8. This Is J

Eco-Friendly Materials | Bamboo viscose
Our Pick | Robe in Bold Flower Gold ($155 CAD)
Price Range
| $155 CAD

Is most sleepwear or loungewear too hot for you? This Is J’s robes may be just what you need. The team works with a Canadian mill in Montreal to produce its own proprietary blend of viscose bamboo, which is more breathable than thick cotton or Modal. The result is a line of playfully patterned robes that are as comfortable as they are cooling. Plus, with each robe comes a matching headband in a nod to This Is J’s origins as a headband brand.

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9. Bed Threads

Eco-Friendly Materials | OEKO-TEX certified flax linen
Our Pick | Linen Waffle Robe in Rust ($120)
Price Range
| $100–$120 AUS

Australian-based Bed Threads wants you to feel right at home, wherever you are. Working alongside French farmers and Chinese makers, the team produces ethical and sustainable goods—and did we mention the brand is also 100 percent carbon-neutral and gives back? These 100 percent French Flax linen robes come in a variety of colors, but our favorite is that Rust—swoon!

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Featured image via Oddbird

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