Bridesmaids' Robes for Your Girls to Wear While Getting Ready
The time that you spend in the bridal suite, surrounded by the women that love you most in the world, is arguably one of the most powerful parts of your wedding day. The reason? While you and your fiancé's relationship is the focal point of the big day, it's also about the people that helped you get to this pivotal moment. Chances are, you've asked a few of those impactful people to be part of your bridal party. Getting ready with these incredible women sets the tone for this life event's entirety—which, as far as we're concerned, is merit for a photo-op.
The camera starts clicking while you and your girls get glammed up, so you'll want to help your ladies look photo-ready long before they slip into their bridesmaids' dresses. Enter bridesmaids' robes—the garment of choice for the majority of bridal parties. They may be trendy and popular, but there's definitely a way to make these pretty pieces work for both your girls' overarching styles and the tone of your wedding. To help you on your search, we rounded up the coolest bridesmaids' robe options available now. From bold, punchy floral options, to romantic lace iterations, there's a get-up here you and your squad will surely love.
While each of these robes feel different from the last, they all have one thing in common: Your girlfriends will want to wear them long after the big day passes, whether you choose a luxe silk kimono or casual cotton frock. Click through to discover the robe you'll gift your own bridesmaids on the big day.
If your attendants have peonies in their bridesmaids' bouquets, they'll get a kick out of these mid-length robes (they're dotted in both pink and white versions of the flower!).
Plum Pretty Sugar "Valenti" Midi Robe, plumprettysugar.com
This perfectly-crafted robe is undoubtedly a splurge, but if you only have one or two bridesmaids, it's doable. Love the style, but don't have the budget to gift the robe to each 'maid? The garment is the perfect way to help your maid of honor stand out on the big day.
Girl & a Serious Dream "Swan Queen" Lace Robe in "Blush Pink," $190, girlandaseriousdream.com
A silk robe that she can actually wash (and not dry clean)? Talk about a safe gift option—especially since your bridesmaids will be having their makeup done while wearing it.
Lunya Washable Silk Robe in "Cloud," $248, lunya.com
This embroidered beauty is sheer, so you'll also want to supply simple white shifts to wear underneath.
Anthropologie "Woodstock" Floral Robe, $116, anthropologie.com
Blue and White
We love how this robe's bold blue florals pop against a bright white backdrop—they'll make for the prettiest getting-ready photos, guaranteed.
Yumi Kim "Dream Lover" Robe, $60, shopbop.com
Muted and minimal, this pinstripe option was inspired by Japanese kimonos in form. As for function? She'll wear this comfy linen robe at just about any chance she can, all year 'round.
Deiji Studios "02" Robe in "Pinstripe," $130, deijistudios.com.au
This blue-and-pink ensemble features so many girly moments, from the lace trim to the blush ribbon sleeves.
Papinelle "Ellie" Robe, $79, papinelle.com
Quirky polkadots and a relaxed cotton fabric make this sophisticated dressing gown feel more casual.
Yolke "Pom Pom Polkadot" Dressing Gown, $190, yolke.co.uk
Is it a dress or a robe? Turns out, this ruffled pink get-up is a lot more than that. It's also a summer coat and a cover-up—which makes it the perfect multi-use gift for your girls.
The Sleeper "Judas Tree" Robe Dress, $240, the-sleeper.com
This robe borrows its main accent—a cheerful pink lapel—from the boys.
Recliner Tuxedo Robe, $145, recliner.nyc
If you're dressing your 'maids in gowns with high-low hems, this luxurious style will match. (And it even has pockets!).
Maison Du Soir "Isabella" Robe, $264, maisondusoir.com
Solid black piping adds structure to this charmeuse robe dotted with blue tropical blooms.
Oscar de la Renta Charmeuse Wrap Robe, $56, amazon.com
Green is an unexpected choice for bridesmaids' robes—but this flowing kimono proves that it should definitely be on your radar (especially when it's paired with gold accents!).
Kim + Ono "Tamiko" Kimono Robe, $78, kimandono.com
She'll take this pom-pom frock from the bridal suite straight into her lazy Sunday mornings—and then pop it over jeans and a tank for brunch.
Emerson Fry Polka Dot Kimono Robe, $98, ofakind.com
Luckily, all three of these colorways work in tandem, which means you can personally choose which hue to give to each 'maid.
Kassatex "Greenwich" Bathrobe, $110, kassatex.com
Colorful embroidered details will bring a little piece of the bohemian to your attendants' getting-ready looks.
Gap "Dreamwell" Embroidered Robe, $90, gap.com
Flared sleeves with subtle mesh accents make these dainty robes that much more feminine.
Le Rose "Chloe" Satin Lace Robe, $39, shoplerose.com
After personalizing these navy and lace robes with your girlfriends' names, click the gift box option—this way, they'll have something to unwrap on the morning of.
Pretty Robes "Navy Lace" Robe, $20, prettyrobes.com
Crisp tailoring and a bold blue hue bring major preppy vibes to this long kimono.
Sleepy Jones "Sadie" Kimono Robe, $128, sleepyjones.com
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