Introducing the BAINA Sulis Bath Robe - designed to extend your bathing and self-care moments.
The BAINA Sulis Bath Robe is intended to capture many shapes and sizes while maintaining a clean, fluid, longline silhouette. They feature generous front pockets, a ribbed shawl lapel and a matching ribbed tie waist, and come in two unisex sizes.
Thoughtfully produced in Portugal, the Sulis Bath Robe is crafted from natural, durable and biodegradable GOTS certified organic cotton. Constructed in a functional 380GSM terry towelling - a perfectly balanced weight for softness, absorbency and quick dry time.
Comes in a BAINA branded drawstring bag (lovely added touch for gifting).
In two signature BAINA colourways - the Ivory Wiggle and Tabac Noir checkerboard.
- 380gsm cotton terry for softness, absorbency and quick dry time
- 100% organic cotton (GOTS-Certified)
- Functional front pockets
- Ribbed shawl lapel
- Detachable waist belt
- Hook loop at collar seam for easy hanging
XS/S - Back 63cm Length 121cm Sleeve 61cm
M/L - Back 66cm Length 139cm Sleeve 63cm
Choosing the right size:
Back - measure the widest part across your back, under armpits.
Sleeves - take your favourite long sleeve shirt and measure the length from the shoulder seam to the cuff of the sleeve.
Length - take your favourite shirt and measure the length from the neck right to the hem.
BAINA is designed right here in New Zealand, and made from 100% organic cotton in Portugal (a country renowned for its high-quality textiles), by one of Europe's most established mills, a Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified manufacturer.
BAINA's contemporary, organic cotton towels are designed to elevate your daily self-care routines.
Ever-inspired by designe, BAINA is also intended to be an extension of one’s personal aesthetic.
BAINA products are all made from (GOTS-Certified) 100% organic cotton. Organic cotton is soft, durable, natural and biodegradable. It is a fibre that becomes stronger when wet, which makes it ideal for towelling. Compared to other common towelling fibres, cotton is preferred for its superior absorbency, hand-feel and environmental impact.