This is the gentleman's robe made from genuine Viyella, a fabric renowned for over two centuries for its soft hand, warmth, color fastness, and durability. Hailed as the world's first branded fabric, it was first woven in 1893 near Nottinghamshire, England in the Via Gellia--the original mill location from which the fabric's name is derived. A blend of 80% long-staple cotton that provides comfort and breathability and 20% Australian Merino wool that provides warmth, the high-count twill weave produces garments that remain colorfast and resilient for years. The robe has a belted waist and two front pockets.
Vivid color, a soft hand, and sturdy weave result from a process that began in 1784, near Nottingham, England. The process spins together a blend of 80% long-staple combed pima cotton and 20% Australian merino wool fibers. The perfect blend of these two select fibers creates a yarn that brings Viyella fabric its signature combination of a smooth hand and durability that only betters with age. A shawl collar, waist belt, and two deep pockets round out the comfort. Washable.
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