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There’s been a lot of lounging around the apartment in quarantine in our household, which thankfully means I’ve been spending a lot of time in this waffle robe from the good folks at home-essentials brand Parachute.
The Parachute Waffle Robe features lightweight, softly textured Turkish cotton. I honestly hadn’t heard of the waffle weave before seeing this and now I’m a true believer. It’s soft and airy and makes you feel like a million bucks each time you throw it on. My girlfriend got it for me as a birthday gift, and I love it so much that I gifted her her own for her birthday a few months later.
Parachute now has a full line of everything you could dream to make your home a comfortable, beautiful space: bedding and bath products are their staples, and they’ve added home decor + tabletop products to their assortment. The brand ‘gets me’ -- I love the clean aesthetic: a neutral color palate with a focus on understated luxury.
Fave Five: 5 more reasons we love Parachute
- Their flagship store in Venice, CA is a beautiful showroom featuring their full assortment. Def worth a visit if you find yourself in sunny Southern California!
- Parachute’s bedding is manufactured in a family-owned factory, located in the Guimarães region of northern Portugal, with the percale and sateen fabrics are made of the finest long-staple Egyptian cotton, and our linen is made of pure European flax.
- All of Parachute’s bedding is Oeko-Tex certified, a certification system for textile producers. They test for harmful substances which are prohibited or regulated by law and chemicals which are known to be harmful to health. They also test for color fading and acidity as a precautionary measure to safeguard health at every stage of production.
- Parachute typically runs two sales per year – one around Memorial Day and one around Black Friday / Cyber Monday
- Parachute is woman owned -- created by Ariel Kaye who realized in 2014 there was not one brand in home goods that was high quality, affordable or easy to shop.