One of the best Christmas gifts you can get a female in my opinion is a fluffy dressing gown. Dressing gowns make such perfect gifts as it’s something you can use everyday, and there’s nothing like a cosy dressing gown to get wrapped up in during the cold winter evenings after a bath. I like to wear my dressing gowns in the evening and the fluffier the better so when I saw the Hunkemoller Long Fleece Bathrobe, I knew it would be a perfect Christmas gift.
Hunkemoller are an European lingerie, nightwear and swimwear brand, and whilst there are no physical stores within the UK, they do have an UK website so we can still get our hands on their beautiful pieces.
When choosing a Christmas gift from their website I knew the Hunkemoller Long Fleece Bathrobe £37.50 would be the ‘one’ as it looked amazingly cosy in the photos on their website. They have a range of different robes available in all different styles and lengths so you can find your ideal style. I particularly like that Hunkemoller include on each product page of their robes, a description of their length which is something not a lot of brands do.
I’m 5 foot 11 so I always prefer really long robes, but equally if you’re petite you’re going to want to know the length of the robe as you can’t really gauge the height of the model in the different photos. The Hunkemoller Long Fleece Bathrobe is described as being ‘below the knees’ with a tie sash and fleece material.
I don’t think the fabric is fleece, as fleece to be is that non fluffy quite thin material. The Hunkemoller Long Fleece Bathrobe however is made from super lightweight, super fluffy material which feels so cosy and soft. The colour is a really nice pale grey but the fluffy material makes it look different colours of grey in different lights. The robe is made from 100% polyester so it’d be quick drying, and I just know the lovely person I’m gifting this robe to, will absolutely love it as it’s incredibly fluffy and feels as if it will be very warm and cosy.
Have you ever bought anything from Hunkemoller before?