This New Robe Is Basically a Wearable Duvet — and I’m Not Mad At It

published Feb 21, 2022
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Casper Snoozewear Blanket Robe Review

It’s a housecoat world, and we’re just living in it. Wait, you’re not currently snuggled up in a comfy housecoat of your own? Well then I have great news: Casper recently launched its own version as part of its Snoozewear collection. Inspired by the brand’s own impressively plush yet cooling duvet inserts, Casper’s new Blanket Robe is the wearable bedding we’ve been waiting for.

Working from home has meant a total change in workwear for many of us. While comfort is still key these days, looking (but especially feeling) put together is just as important when it comes to productivity and performance. I’ve tried a number of wearable blankets over the years, but this one is by far the chicest among them. Its part-shawl, part-lapel neckline makes me feel sophisticated during Zoom calls, movie nights, and early mornings. It even (rather ironically) gives me a little extra motivation to get out of bed, since I can go from cozy comforter straight to my Blanket Robe and feel good about my choices.

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Casper Snoozewear Blanket Robe

The Snoozewear Blanket Robe has a gender-neutral kimono-style design, with batwing sleeves that make movement easy yet don’t sacrifice coverage. Its shell is a soft, brushed cotton, and the down alternative fill is evenly distributed throughout the classic quilted construction. It’s seriously lightweight, especially compared to other wearable blankets and housecoats. Not only is it super easy to care for (hello, machine washable!), but it really is super soft, and its high-quality materials and construction make me happy knowing I’ll have it for a long, long time.

I opted for the Indigo colorway, but the Blanket Robe also comes in Oatmilk — a beige — and White. The best part for me is that it doesn’t pick up cat hair like every other textile I own seems not to have figured out yet. Tailored and polished Casper’s is my new standard for work-from-home-wear.