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It’s no secret that many of us are spending a lot more time at home than usual. And as far as weekend activities are concerned, binging our favorite shows and cheffing it up in the kitchen may be as exciting as it gets. With this in mind, a comfy, cozy house robe is honestly the best uniform. And shoppers say this option from NY threads is the “softest in the entire world.”
NY Threads Luxurious Men’s Shawl-Collar Fleece Spa Bathrobe, $22.94 (Orig. $39.99)
This shawl collar robe, made of super-soft, plush fleece, is a customer favorite on Amazon. It even boasts the coveted “Amazon’s Choice” label, indicating that Amazon Editors gave it their stamp of approval.
It’s perfect for lounging around your apartment or home and is also great for extended wear. I own this robe and haven’t been able to put it down since I received it two weeks ago.
The plush fleece keeps you warm without overheating your body, and — Editor’s tip — for those days when you’re just not in the mood to wrestle with your throw blanket, this robe is the perfect full-coverage replacement.
This NY Threads robe is both machine-washable and tumble dryable, so there’s no need to follow any special maintenance instructions. Just wash, dry and reuse!
Based on over 29,000 customer reviews, shoppers particularly love that while this is listed as a men’s robe, any gender can wear it thanks to its generous silhouette.
Another shopper was surprised that the robe maintained its shape and softness “even after having washed it a good 20 times.”
Shoppers said the included belt occasionally fell out of the loops since it’s not sewn onto the back of the robe, however, this wasn’t a major setback for any particular reviewer.
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