Wrap yourself in comfort in these tall women's robes. Available in longer lengths as well as a variety of colors, patterns, and fabrics such as cotton, chenille, and velvet, you're sure to find something you love. So, go ahead and relax...in a robe that fits just right. Also check out my tall sleepwear page for comfy things to go under your robe.
Well ladies, unfortunately, there aren't many tall stores offering the robes that we need. I hope in the near future, more retailers will add them to their collections. A robe is a nice luxury to have and I hate that we don't have the choices that others do. I'll keep my fingers crossed!
With that said, let's focus on the couple of stores that are on my good side when it comes to tall women's robes. The first is Long Tall Sally ($$). I'm sure you've heard of them by now as they are the most well-known of tall specialty retailers and I mention them a lot on my site. Most of their robe options are offered in the fall and winter seasons, with some of them being discounted in the spring and summer. What I like is that LTS tends to carry a variety of robes in different lengths and materials, so everyone has the chance to get what they're looking for. Most times they will have a floor length option, which is my favorite! It gets my whole body cozied and covered up even with my long legs.
Another place to check out is Soft Surroundings ($$). They are best known for their sleepwear line, most of which comes in tall sizes. Their mission is to provide products in cozy, soft textures and materials that are comfortable at any time of the day. Nice, right?! The number of tall robe options varies throughout the year, but you can usually find at least one or two in an assortment of colors.
Old Navy ($) is hit or miss on tall robes, but sometimes you can get lucky. Your best bet will be to look here during the fall and winter seasons. If you find something you like, you'll get free shipping on orders over $50 plus free returns.
I'll continue to keep my eyes open for other retailers who decide to finally give us some more options for tall women's robes. When that happens (oh, pretty please!?), I'll add them to this page.