How to Style a Robe in 15 Different Ways
Today, I'm going to show you how to style a robe as different dresses, skirts, and tops! These looks are all super cute and easy.
So, without further ado, let's jump on in and learn how to style a robe in 15 different ways.
1. Worn as a classic robe
For those days when you’re just lounging around the house and can’t be bothered to get dressed, slip on a robe, and you’ll be A-okay.
Who says you can’t be lazy and stylish?
2. Worn as a duster
Throw your robe over a t-shirt and jeans and, hey presto, you have a duster jacket. So easy and yet so chic.
3. Worn to a wedding
Dress the robe up with a black dress and a statement necklace, and you get a gorgeous outfit that you can wear to a wedding. The tie waist brings the outfit together and takes it up a notch.
4. Worn as a layering piece
This is the reverse of the duster jacket look. Instead of wearing the robe over your clothes, wear it as the main piece and pop a snazzy jacket on top.
Experiment with different layering options and see what look you can create.
5. Worn backward
Put the robe on backward, and wowee, you have a whole new outfit!
The high neckline is elegant, it’s sophisticated - worn this way it’s just beautiful!
6. Worn bloused mini
Fan out the top part of your ankle-length dress, and you now have a mini. Worn with a pair of over-the-knee boots, this look is to die for.
7. Worn as a fitted mini
Similar to the last look but nice and fitted. This dress is great for a night out with the girls. It’s fun and fabulous.
8. Worn as a v-neck mini
This mini I love because it has a stunning v-shaped neckline. Wear it with a statement necklace, and you’ve got an incredible outfit.
9. Worn as a draped-front midi
Here, I’ve created a draped-front, almost handkerchief bottom. This really spices things up and adds some va-va-voom to your look.
10. Worn as a one-shoulder maxi
Slip one arm out of the dress, pinch the material on the other side, and then tie the two together. You can take a look at my video to see exactly how I tied this.
11. Worn as a one-shoulder mini
Similar to the previous look but now worn as a mini instead. The off-the-shoulder style creates a gorgeous asymmetrical look.
12. Worn as a front-tie strapless dress
Here, the arms of the robe are used to tie a funky bow at the front. The bow is a really fun element on this strapless dress.
13. Worn as a maxi skirt
The open slit on this skirt is very sexy. But, with the help of a safety pin, you can also pin it closed if you’d like a bit more coverage.
14. Worn as draped front midi skirt
Here is another way that you can wear it as a skirt, this time with a draped front. The different lengths of the skirt make this a really nice piece.
15. Worn as a top
Pop a midi skirt on top, and no one will know that there is a robe under there! Voila, you have a top.
How to style a robe in 15 ways
There we have it! You know how to style a robe in 15 different, super cute ways. Which look is your favorite? Let me know in the comments down below.
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