This beautiful Marimekko morning robe is made from a soft and breathable cotton-linen blend. It features side seam pockets and a detachable belt, and features Maija Isola's Lokki (Seagull) print. The idea for the pattern came to her while looking at a window with a curtain drawn across it. The folds in the curtain formed wavy shadows in the sun, and she was inspired by how even a piece of flat fabric can appear abundant in depth with a subtle wave.
Small / Medium Measurements:
Length (top of shoulder to bottom) - 45" (114 cm)
Width (laid flat, armpit to armpit) - 25" (64 cm)
Sleeve Length (shoulder to wrist) - 12" (30 cm)
Large / X-Large Measurements:
Length (top of shoulder to bottom) - 48" (122 cm)
Width (laid flat, armpit to armpit) - 32" (81 cm)
Sleeve Length (shoulder to wrist) - 13-1/2" (34 cm)
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
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There was not a lot of information about the fabric in the description, other than it is a cotton/linen blend, so I assumed it would be woven. It turns out it’s the softest knit fabric instead, breathable but with a bit of weight to it, and incredibly cozy.