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Men’s kimono robe – tradition and history
The kimono robe, also known as a traditional Japanese robe, has a rich history. Kimono robes were traditionally made from silk or other high-quality fabrics and featured intricate patterns and designs. They were worn by both men and women as a formal garment for special occasions, such as weddings, tea ceremonies, and festivals. The specific type of kimono worn would vary depending on the occasion and the person’s social status. Today, the kimono robe is often worn as a stylish and comfortable alternative to traditional sleepwear or loungewear, and can be found in a wide range of colors, patterns, and designs.
Kimonos for men – modern day loungewear robes
The typical design of a kimono robe often takes inspiration from the traditional Japanese kimono but with some adaptations to make it more comfortable and practical for everyday wear. Here are some common design elements that you may find in a modern day loungewear kimono robe:
- Lightweight fabric
- Loose and flowy silhouette
- Short length
Silk velvet kimonos – men’s luxury sleepwear robes
Our kimono robes are made from silk velvet, a luxurious fabric that combines the softness and sheen of silk with the plush texture of velvet. It is made by weaving two fabrics together: a silk pile, which forms the plush surface of the fabric, and a silk backing, which provides support and stability.
Silk velvet is known for its softness, drapability, and lustrous sheen. It has a dense pile that creates a rich and luxurious texture, and the natural luster of silk gives the fabric a radiant glow. Silk velvet is often used in high-end fashion and home decor and is prized for its beauty and elegance.