Baturina Homewear is your one-stop destination for men’s personalized robes. Here you can find one of the largest selections of custom robes and pajamas and your preferred embroidery to each piece.
Personalize your robes or pajamas in a truly timeless way: monogram embroidery. At Baturina Homewear, you can find a wide range of timelessly elegant robes and pajamas available for monogramming. Since this type of leisurely attire is worn in the privacy of the home, adding a personal touch like embroidered initials or name makes a lot of sense. From a subtle single letter embroidery to an acronym or a custom short message, our letter embroidery service is included free of charge for all robes and pajamas!
What is a monogram?
Monograms are designs that consist of one or more letters, typically the initials of a person’s name, and are used as a form of personal branding. The history of monograms can be traced back to ancient civilizations, where they were used as a way to signify ownership, identity, and status.
The history of monograms is a rich and varied one, spanning thousands of years and countless cultures and civilizations. Despite the changes in style and fashion over time, the enduring appeal of monograms as a way to express personal identity and individuality remains strong to this day.
Examples of personalized embroidery
From the classic initials monogram to custom short messages, here is an overview of popular types of embroideries we have done so far:
- single letter like “M”
- variations of the first name and last name initials, such as “M.M.” or “MvM”, also “Dr. M”
- nickname or full name like “Max”
- a numeric code that holds a special meaning to you
- custom short messages like “Memento mori”, “To be or not” — you can get very creative with this!
All of this is included free of charge for all robes and pajamas. As part of our paid embroidery service, you can commission us to embroider a unique logo or image.
How to order a men's personalized robe
Monogram embroidery is included free of charge for all our robes. On each product page, you can configure the embroidery to your liking by choosing letters, font and yarn color.
History of the monogram
The use of monograms became widespread in ancient Greece and Rome, where they were used to identify the rulers and their subjects. Monograms were also used by artists and craftsmen to sign their work, and by scholars to identify their books and manuscripts.
During the Middle Ages, monograms became even more popular, as they were used to decorate clothing, jewelry, and other personal belongings. They were often intricately designed and featured a combination of letters, symbols, and ornamental flourishes.
Monograms continued to be popular throughout the Renaissance and the Baroque period, with many notable artists and craftsmen incorporating them into their work. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, monograms became a symbol of wealth and status, with many affluent families incorporating their monograms into their household items and personal possessions.
Today, monograms continue to be used as a form of personal branding and identification, with many individuals and businesses incorporating them into their logos, stationery, and other materials. Monograms are also a popular choice for personalized gifts, such as monogrammed robes, pajamas and more.