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Kimono Robe Womens

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The Butterfly Long Sexy Robe - Blue

$185.00

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Glorious Velvet Kimono - Blue

$225.00

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Colour Pop Kimono Silk Robe - Black

$155.00

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Chantelle Long Lace Sexy Robe - Black

$225.00

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Chiffon Luxury Robe with Velvet

$225.00

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Sunrise in Monaco Lace Robe for Bride

$285.00

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Love Myself White Bridal Robe

$235.00

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Sabina Elegant Sheer Robe - Black

$175.00

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Madalina Old Hollywood Glamour Robe - Purple

$215.00

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Dreamer Luxury Chiffon Sheer Robe - Pink

$255.00

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Lumina Long Lace Sheer Robe - Black

$235.00

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Glam Old Hollywood Robe

$235.00

Frequently Asked Questions

What size should I pick?

Please click on the size chart next to the size selection on the product page. Good measurements will ensure the most luxurious fit.

I am petite/tall, will the robe fit my height?

Standard length for each robe is listed in the Size & Length section for each product. If you think you are going to need a different robe length, we are delighted to create customized garments free of charge. Please leave us a note as you checkout or send us an email right after your purchase at info@kafemme.com

Can you make the robe I like in a different color?

Yes, most of the time we can! Contact us with your inquiry at info@kafemme.com or WhatsApp. To chat via WhatsApp click here.

How do I take care of these beautiful fabrics?

You can find care guidelines for each product in the product description.

I want to purchase a robe for a gift, can you help me choose?

We are more than happy to assist! Please contact us via email at info@kafemme.com or WhatsApp. To chat via WhatsApp click here.

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Contrary to the popular belief, the kimono robe did not first appear in Japan, but in China. Japanese liked the traditional Chinese outfit called hanfu so much that they decided to alter it and create what we know and love today as a classic sophisticated kimono.

Women’s Kimono: Peculiarities and Benefits

Today, kimonos are worn not just in Japan but also far beyond its borders. This outfit has become a popular fashion symbol on par with Chanel’s little black dress. Even Hollywood stars couldn’t resist wearing this garment.  Specifically, such celebrities as Katherine Heigl, Reese Witherspoon, Miley Cyrus, Tyra Banks, and Selena Gomez are huge fans of kimonos.

Contrary to the popular belief, the kimono robe did not first appear in Japan, but in China. Japanese liked the traditional Chinese outfit called hanfu so much that they decided to alter it and create what we know and love today as a classic sophisticated kimono.

Women’s Kimono: Peculiarities and Benefits

Today, kimonos are worn not just in Japan but also far beyond its borders. This outfit has become a popular fashion symbol on par with Chanel’s little black dress. Even Hollywood stars couldn’t resist wearing this garment.  Specifically, such celebrities as Katherine Heigl, Reese Witherspoon, Miley Cyrus, Tyra Banks, and Selena Gomez are huge fans of kimonos.

Contemporary kimonos come in the following types:

Kuratomesode: a traditional garment for married women with short sleeves and patterns just below a waistline.

Komon: a casual outfit densely covered with patterns, which can be worn outside.

Furisode: long satin kimono with sleeves, which is decorated with patterns.

Iromudzi: single-colored outfit without any patterns, worn exclusively for tea ceremonies.

Irotomesode: single-colored outfit worn by married women to weddings or significant events.

Yukata: everyday, light kimono, which comes in a plain two-colored style.

Homongi: kimono worn for visits with patterns on the sleeves and the hem.

Tsukesage: one of the less formal types of homongi with smaller patterns.

Kimonos may be short, knee-length and long, fully covering the legs. This garment is traditionally made of silk, but everyday kimonos can be made of cotton, flax, hemp, etc.

Buy Silk Women’s Kimono From KÂFemme

Our store offers both classic and more traditional kimonos and contemporary ones, as well as garments with delicate lace, fur, etc.

What really makes us stand out is that we create every item from scratch, so you can order an outfit that will bring into focus the peculiarities and shapes of your body. Just select the right size characteristics on our website.

What’s more, we offer free shipping to anywhere in the world!