Relax in these Stylish Harry Potter Hogwarts House Robes
Looking for a way to spend the night in comfort and style? Well, these velvet Harry Potter Hogwarts house robes will do the trick. You can take the feel of any of the four Hogwarts houses back to your home while relaxing or partaking in a Harry Potter movie marathon.
At Hogwarts, the stylish norm includes the fancy robes that the students wear. Therefore, it’s only natural that the people watching should wear robes as well. These monogrammed robes can be found on Pottery Barn Teen, where they go for $149 with free shipping. The two sizes are small/medium and Large/X-Large.
The robes feature the name, animal, and color of the four houses (Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw). They are made up of 75% rayon and 25% polyester, with lining that is 90% polyester and 10% cotton. The robe also includes a tie/sash to keep it secure, and two pockets to put whatever you might need for your movie marathon.
If you’re looking for a gift for your Harry Potter fanatic friend, you can get personalized monogramming which will go on the top left side near the collar.
And the best part about the robes is that they are machine-washable. You won’t have to experience the weird looks from the dry cleaners to wash out the stains.
Now here’s a closer look at each of the house robes:
The Gryffindor house honors courage, bravery, nerve, and chivalry. Their house colors are scarlet and gold, which can both be seen giving the robe a luxurious air. The robe features their popular lion crest adorned with their house name just below.
Slytherin may not have the best reputation, but their house robe sure does look nice. This house values ambition, cunning, leadership, and resourcefulness. The house’s colors are green and silver, which make the robe pop along with their serpent crest and name.
Being in the Ravenclaw house means that you’re known for your intelligence, creativity, learning, and wit. Their house robe features their mascot, the eagle, and their house color, blue.
And last, but certainly not least, is the house of Hufflepuff. Their house robe doesn’t feature their house colors, which are canary yellow and black, like the other robes. Instead, the designers went for a shade of grey to represent the house of the hardworking, patient, just, and loyal. In the top left is their animal, the badger.
Would you get one of these robes? Which one? Let us know in the comments!