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Product Description

Every lady needs a warm and comfy bathrobe.

Whether it's for after your shower, while lounging on a lazy weekend morning, or a cover-up to keep you warm before bed, this must-have garment is practically defined by its comfort.

"p" Our women dressing gown is the utmost in comfort and style with a super cozy touch, contrast trim and hand-warming pockets.

"p" Are you the person who is always cold? Or do you simply crave cozy, warm, snuggly comfort? Either way, this woman long robe is your dream come true.

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Material: 100% skin-friendly polyester fabric

Features: Long Sleeve, V neck, Long robe, Zipper closure, All-around diamond patterned, Machine washable.

Before ordering, Please check your measurements to make sure the item fits.

M: Length 46''/116cm --- Shoulder 17.5''44cm --- Chest 45.5''/115cm --- Sleeve 22''/55cm

L: Length 50''/127cm --- Shoulder 18''/45cm --- Chest 47''/119cm --- Sleeve 23''/58cm

XL: Length 53.5''/135cm --- Shoulder 18.5''/47cm --- Chest 50''/147cm --- Sleeve 24''/60cm

There is a DATA from our customers, and u can choose the SIZE from the following INFORMATION:

Height 5’1”, choosing XL, comes to the floor; Height 5’5” choosing M, comes to the mid calf, if u want the longer one, please order XL

Height 5’7”, weighs 185lbs, choosing XL, comes to your ankle; Height 5’8”, choosing M, comes to your calf, if u want the longer one, please order XL

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Why Choose Our Hellomamma Women Bathrobe?

Soft and Smooth

The women long zip-front robe is very soft and comfortable, super cozy touch, the utmost in comfort and style with contrast trim and hand-warming pockets.

Plus Size and Warm

The laides soft fleece bathrobe is dry and clean, comfortable to wear, neither too thick nor too thin and large enough for you to keep warm and fit u well.

Machine Washable

Our women plus size robe is soft and durable, not easy to fuzzing and pilling, convenient to wash in the washing machine.

Environmental and Friendly

The long housecoat for women is environmental protection without any harms to your skin, ideal fit for customers looking for cozy and softness in a women's robe.

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