Mavis Robe Collection
Handcrafted by local artisans, our Turkish textiles ethically and sustainably- made in small batches with pride and designed to only get better with use.
Multifunctional and quick drying, it can easily be packed into a summer bag and taken to the beach, worn as a duster coat over jeans, or a cover-up over lingerie or after a bath. Great to throw on in the morning while enjoying your cup of coffee and whipping up breakfast.
An Oddbird staple, the ‘Mavis’ weave, featuring its turquoise and charcoal stripes perfectly paired with a burlap color base, is a refreshing and mature addition to any self-care routine or outfit.
The Mavis robe is my uniform. I put it on in the morning in the morning and where it all day until I leave my house. It's light weight and loosely woven making it perfect for warm weather. It is terrific for wicking moisture from my skin. This robe is a real multi-tasker... while having a fever it kept me warm through the shiver stage and also kept me dry and comfortable when my fever broke. Beautiful crepe like texture to fabric with French seaming. As with any linen rich product from OddBird, it is meant to be loved. The more you wear it the nicer it becomes.
Returned robe due to size issues. Unable to close around waist despite a normally comfortable medium sized person.
Hi there Nancy!
So sorry to hear that you experienced this issue with your robe! We would be more than happy to help facilitate and exchange for you and have sent through a message to you to help resolve this issue.
For future reference, we do provide detailed measurements on our website's Size Chart tab and are also available via phone at (323) 828-0005 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions you have about fit or sizing ahead of your purchase.
We so look forward to hearing back from you and wish you a lovely rest of your day!
As someone who consistently runs hot, it can be hard to find luxurious clothing items that actually provide consistent comfort. This robe is one of them.
The linen-cotton weave is gorgeously lightweight and soft, and incredibly breathable. It's a wonderful single layer when I'm a little chilled, and stays comfortable and cool when things warm up.
Regardless, it breathes and doesn't absorb sweat, so it doesn't get funky the way I've had cheaper synthetic robes do in the past. And while the out-of-the-box texture is a little coarse (in the nice kind of way good terrycloth robes are), it softens amazingly after the first wash.
As other reviewers mentioned, it can be hard to tell from Oddbird's pictures what the actual colors are, but, as described in the details section, the primary stripes are dark grey, while the secondary stripes are that, plus vivid almost-sky-blue edging, all on top of an oatmeal natural base.
I think I would like it if Oddbird showed at least some color-calibrated photos that were just a close-up swatch of fabric under natural daylight-balanced light (in my opinion there's only one product photo here that accurately captures the color combination on this fabric), but the lack of that doesn't stop me from loving the pattern of this robe and thinking I made the right choice.
Sizing: I'm 5'11" and 200lb, with a moderate bust, and the M/L fits very well for me, even after a bit of shrinkage from the first wash and being hung to air dry.
He wears it all the time. It may be his favorite article of clothing.
I was holding out for the Emine to come back in stock but I'm glad I went ahead and ordered the Mavis. I'm 5'4 and about 150 lbs, so I chose an M/L. It was way too roomy for me at first but a wash + dry shrunk it just right. It's the perfect everyday layer w/ jeans and a tee in my freezing home office and a just right balance of soft/ light for pool days. Very happy with this robe! And I love that Oddbird features artists as its models and muses - I just ordered some gorgeous handmade pottery from an Oddbird artist featured on Insta (Martina Thornhill) as a special gift for a friend - I never would have found her work otherwise. Well done all around, Oddbird!