Bellora Hospitality Pearlon Wrap Robe (For Women)

Closeouts. Whether you're sinking into the couch on the weekend for some much-needed relaxing, or you're filling up the coffee pot on Monday morning, you'll be spa-level cozy in Bellora's Hospitality Pearlon wrap robe, thanks to its cushy, fluffy-soft fabric.

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  • Reviewed by Julie from Washington on Tuesday, July 2, 2013
    So cozy and cush!
  • Reviewed by Hiker Chic from Washington on Saturday, June 8, 2013
    This robe is enormous. I'm a small woman, and would not recommend it to anyone who doesn't regularly wear a Large or Extra Large, and is tall. Also the fabric is bizarre. It's very soft but also VERY staticy and clingy, with almost a sticky feel. It left my black shirt covered in white pills when I tried it on. It's going back.
  • Reviewed by Lina from Washington on Monday, May 20, 2013
    Feels so soft...kind a long for me though
  • Reviewed by Paige from Georgia on Saturday, May 18, 2013
    Got this on sale and it is the most plush, comfy robe I've ever owned. I'm 5'8" and it comes to the ground. The material is super soft but still light weight. Wish I had ordered more for gifts
  • Reviewed by elicarte from nm on Tuesday, April 30, 2013
    I actually like this robe better than the one I have at home. It is generous fitting without being sloppy and comfortable. A simple, classic robe. I purchased this to get into when I get out of the indoor pool because the shower room is a quite a distance through the locker room which is kept quit cool. It is Spring now, so I am not sure about how this robe would work warmth-wise in the winter months. The fabric becomes cool when wet and somewhat clingy. It does dry quickly which is a plus. All in all, I would buy it again, just not for the purpose I had in mind.
  • Reviewed by Anne's Art from Maine on Wednesday, April 24, 2013
    Wonderfully soft and cushiony fabric! One size fits all. Is more than ample on my small frame. The only fault I find with it is the lack of back stitching to finish the seams which causes the thread to unravel and necessitates correcting this with a needle and matching color thread.
  • Reviewed by forestrod from Georgia on Thursday, April 18, 2013
    Very nice. Over $125 elsewhere.
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