The full length Alaria Robe is a sumptuous silk dressing gown with details and a lining in intense flame silk satin.
Made in a vibrant Seaweed Print sandwashed silk satin
Details & Fit:
- Made by hand in London
- Fully lined in silk
- Fabric: 100% silk satin
- This robe fastens at the waist with a belt
- Features slit pockets at the side seams
- This robe is cut to fit a UK size 8-14 comfortably, and is cut long to emphasise elegance
Free UK delivery
At Rose Fulbright luxury should mean positive things for both customers and suppliers. Conscious luxury can be achieved in two separate initiatives. First, a responsibility to use and celebrate those manufacturers and suppliers working to be as ethical and sustainable as possible. Second, to support charities doing ethical and sustainable work. The following are examples of efforts Rose Fulbright makes to be as ethical and sustainable as possible:
"We use local manufacturers, which reduces the carbon footprint involved in shipping, import and export.
Our fabrics are sourced, where possible, from environmentally and ethically sound suppliers - for instance we use Organic cotton silk for our beachwear products.
We endeavour to minimise fabric wastage by creating new products from off-cuts.
We encourage our customers to care properly for their items to make them last longer and reduce waste- through providing thorough information on garment care.
We patronise local business people for many other components of the manufacturing process in order to ensure the items are ethically manufactured, and produced under environmentally safe conduct, as well as reducing our carbon footprint: Elastics are manufactured in Nottingham, Britain. Elastics are dyed in Leicester, Britain. We use ecologically sound certified paper printers based in Gloucester, Britain.
The general day-to-day running of the business is mindful- we have recycling systems as well as being conscious of energy consumption and using public transport.
Charity Support: A percentage of profits from the first edition of the Tropical Collection will go to Oceana, a charity working on initiatives to preserve the worlds oceans."