As fashion-lovers, we know how it’s like to get nervous while getting ready for a big event. Creating a sanctuary beforehand—turning on relaxing music, lighting candles, and wearing a comfortable outfit—is the key to calming the jitters. The same is especially true for arguably the biggest day of your life, a.k.a. your wedding. To look and feel your best pre-nuptials, we suggest finding the perfect bridal robe that’s comfortable enough to get ready in and is true to your personal sense of style. We’ve scoured the internet for some beautiful finds on every price point and style. Scroll on to find your perfect match.
12 Bridal Robes to Wear on Your Wedding Day:
1. A Can’t-Go-Wrong Classic
You can’t go wrong with a clean white robe. After all, there’s timelessness in simplicity, something you’ll want for an event that you’ll look back on for years. We’re looking to this minimalist robe that’s crafted in an illuminating charmeuse silk and colored in a pearlescent ivory tone. It looks good today and will be on-point forever.
Pearl Classic Robe, P1100, LISSE, lissemnl.com
2. A Coordinating Set
A coordinating set is never a bad idea. For your wedding day, a matching robe and slip dress feels beautifully put together (especially one that’s done in ivory white and with delicate lace trimmings). Imagine the sultry photos you can take with the robe slightly draped off your shoulder. A moment to be remembered!
Ivory Silk Robe Set, P1299, FEMINISM, feminismph.com
What looks like a contemporary translation of ancient Greek goddess style, the Parker Dressing Robe will make you a vision of ethereal grace. It’s crafted in a billowy textile, has floaty fit, and a floor-sweeping hemline that makes a statement like no other.
Parker Dressing Robe, P4500, EVE THE LABEL, evedesignstudios.com
4. A Royal Cape
If there’s ever a moment for you to embrace full theatricality, it’s your wedding day. Indulge yourself in a dressing gown like the Celestine, which features a dramatically lengthy cape sleeve. Walking around in this robe as the hemline grazes the floor will make you feel like royalty on your big day.
Celestine, P5950, LA TERCERA, laterceraonline.com
5. Fully Laced
Lace is such a beloved wedding gown textile that it’s almost synonymous to anything bridal-related. It just gives off such a romantic sensibility that no other material can bring. If you love it as much as we do, wear it on your wedding morning with the Celeste Robe, a full-length dressing gown that’s made entirely of lace (it also comes with a chemise dress to wear underneath).
Celeste Premium Robe, P3000, LISSE, lissemnl.com
6. Oversized Floral Appliques
For a subtler (yet no less spectacular) take on the lace robe, look to this dressing gown by Intissimo. It’s a fully-sheer robe that’s woven with floral lace appliques on its bodice and sleeves. Each flower is oversized and intricately detailed, making for a dressing gown that feels like a true piece of luxury.
Beatrice, P6000, INTISSIMO, intissimo.co
7. A Playful Touch of Feathers
Feathers add their special flare to any piece—it’s femine, playful, and glamorous all at once. See it at work with the Evita Dressing Robe, an otherwise traditional piece with its modest silhouette and lace sleeves. Even when minimally placed, the feathers bring such a spirited sense of fun.
Evita Dressing Robe with Lace Applique, starts at P8300, EVE THE LABEL, evedesignstudios.com
8. A Masterpiece of Texture
Filipino fashion designer Happy Andrada is no stranger to creating dreamy bridal robes. From one of her latest collections is the Linette, a dressing gown with lace sleeves that gently flare at the ends and a layered skirt with French lace trimmings on each tier. Although there is a lot going on, every element comes together to make a cohesive show-stopper.
Linette, P10,000, HAPPY ANDRADA, happyandrada.bigcartel.com
9. Ruffled Ends
Ruffles are a favorite for wedding gowns, but can also work with something as casual as your dressing robe. For Homebodii’s Avril, ruffles are placed on the cuff and neckline, gently cascading down the robe and adding a soft touch of texture.
Avril Linen Frill Robe, P11,935.51, HOMEBODII, revolve.com
10. Champagne Taste
A champagne-colored robe walks the line between conventional and contemporary. It’s not as traditional as a white, but holds the same sense of feminine polish. Take a look at this wrap-around robe, a silken stunner by luxury Italian lingerie maker La Perla.
Wrap-Around Silk Robe, Approximately P18,545.64, LA PERLA, farfetch.com
11. Dainty Blooms
Welcome a little print into your wardrobe with the Annika Robe. It features the dainty red blooms placed on a gentle, light-pink-and-white striped pattern. When finished off with lace trimmings, it makes a charming design that’s perfect for the blushing bride.
Annika Floral Robe, P1500, WHITE LABEL INTIMATES, whitelabelintimates.com
12. Get Frilly
If you’re someone with a more whimsical, playful, and even eccentric sense of style, let it carry over to your bridal wardrobe with this dressing gown. The Poppy by La Tercera envelopes you in pearl-encrusted tulle that’s crafted to form a wonderfully frilly silhouette, and is finished off with a pearlescent silk sash to keep it all together.
Poppy, P7950, LA TERCERA, laterceraonline.com
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