FAQs: The Valentine’s Robe
The Valentine’s (and my 4th birthday!) Robe
How much are the robes?
The robes are £200, plus postage.
Postage within the UK is £10, USA £20, Australia £35. Please get in touch for other locations and I can get your postage quote for you.
When do the robes go on sale?
If you want to secure a place on my waiting list you can contact me NOW! I will then email you on February 1st to confirm your place and request the deposit to be paid.
How can I place an order?
At the moment the best way to place an order is by emailing me on firstname.lastname@example.org, or sending me a DM on Instagram or Facebook. For orders placed this way, payment is taken by bank transfer or Paypal. Deposit will be due on February 1st. There are only 15 places available, so don;t hesitate to get in touch!
Will there be a payment plan available?
Yes! I absolutely appreciate that sometimes a payment plan is the easiest and best way to pay. A £50 deposit will be needed to secure your order. We can then discuss your payment plans personally. Your robe will be sent out when the balance is paid.
Do you ship abroad?
Do I need to send additional measurements?
When you get in touch I will ask for your waist and arm measurement (at the fullest part) this is because I want to make sure you receive the right fit.
Why can’t I find the robes on your website?
These robes are limited edition and won’t be on the website!
What size are the robes? Am I too fat for one?
No, you are definitely not too fat for one of my robes! The sizes are UK 8- 30, and are grouped in Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large. When you get in touch, I will ask for your waist measurement and arm measurement (at the fullest part) so I can make sure you get the correct size. I am able to make smaller and larger robes on request.
How long do the robes take to make?
Once you have placed your order your robe should be with you in between 8-10 weeks. Make sure you let me know the date you would like it when you get in touch.
How do they fasten?
The robes wrap around the body, then fasten with a sash and a heart fastening. This means that they can be worn open or closed. It also allows for any weight fluctuations.
Why are these robes more expensive than Asos robes?
All of my robes are made in my studio in Oxfordshire. They are not sent off to a factory, but are made in house. I use luxurious fabrics, and really care about quality. Another big difference with my robes is that the skirts are full circle skirts, this helps give more swishy volume, and doesn’t skimp on fabric!
Are they animal friendly?
Yes! These robes do not use silk, feathers, or other animal products.
But when will I get a chance to wear it?
How about all the time? But in all seriousness, here are a list of times I think wearing a Rosie Red Robe would be great:
- At the beach
- By the pool
- Getting ready for your wedding
- Getting ready for an event
- On holiday
- On honeymoon
- Pottering around the house
- At a photo shoot
- On a night out
- At a party
- At a ball (I’ve done this!)
- Nipping out to the supermarket
Who actually makes the robes?
My assistant and I will be working on the robes at Rosie Red HQ in Oxfordshire. All pieces are checked over personally by me before shipping.