Lingerie of the Week: Josie Natori Whimsical Robe

josie natori whimsical wrap

This week’s Lingerie of the Week is also a bit of a Lingerie Lust Object. I mean, I know most people can’t afford a 100% silk, $395 robe from Josie Natori, but it’s so wonderful, I had to write about it on the off-chance one of you could. And regardless of the price, gorgeous lingerie like this deserves to be appreciated for the beautiful objet d’art that it is. I would frame this robe. Or package it in tissue paper and only pull it out when guests are over. It’s just so pretty that I sigh a little bit every time I see it (which has been rather often over the past few weeks).

josie natori whimsical wrap back

The Josie Natori Whimiscal Wrap is 35″ long (so a bit on the shorter side) and comes with the suggestion to hand wash or dry clean for best results. It’s available in a single color (this beautiful multicolor print) and 5 sizes ranging from XS thru XL. If robes aren’t your thing, there’s also a chemise and a caftan. Personally, I prefer the caftan to the chemise…because who wouldn’t want to be covered shoulder to ankle in silk? Though Mother’s Day is over, I think a silk robe is a perfectly appropriate gift for Mom. And, of course, it goes without saying that this is a perfect gift for yourself as well.

What do you think of this week’s Lingerie of the Week? And are you a disciple of beautiful robes?



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  1. 14/05/14 at 23:13

    This robe is absolutely stunning. Love the colors and the idea of a wrapping a flower garden around my body.

    • 21/05/14 at 3:04

      I completely agree. Lounging in a silk flower garden just seems like best beginning, middle, or end to your day.

  2. jessa
    18/05/14 at 18:54

    This is so beautiful, I think it deserves to be worn. Getting up and wrapping yourself in flowers seems like such a wonderful way to start the day.

    • 21/05/14 at 3:01

      Oh when you put it that way, it really does. Thanks for commenting. :-)

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