Have you ever felt cold, but really? I experienced the greatest cold of my life in Moscow. And even though a pajama and a robe wouldn’t have helped then, I’ve been wanting to freeze every morning ever since I woke up from my bed in my favorite pajamas and I have to remind myself of the cold in Moscow to realize it’s not that cold.
Although PIZSI is still at the beginning of my career, I would still say on the zero waste women's robe that the icing on the cake, the dot on 'i', or if you like, is the net of my dreams, because I've put all its features into it, what I missed from the robes of 32 years:
- Do you know the feeling when you pull the robe on yourself, but your neck remains bare? Well, you can forget that now, because we've placed two patents on your shoulder, so you can wrap yourself up to your neck if you want!
- Are you familiar with the mornings when you make tea in half-sleep, pajamas, and a robe while the loose fingers of the robe get into your hot drink? It won’t be like this anymore, since we fixed the fingers with rubber because the former story happened to us a million times.
- Do you like to collect your hair in your pocket? No worries, we also put two pockets on MOSCOW to fit all your hair bands and handkerchiefs.
- Do you love the fluffy cotton fabric of your pajamas? Good luck! This is a little thicker, but this robe is made of the same super good cotton as all our women's pajamas.
The material of the MOSCOW robe is quite precisely futter, the composition of which is 95% cotton, 5% elastane.
ZERO WASTE tailoring was used, which means that the material width was fully utilized. Thanks to this, we dreamed of an oversized, yet pretty piece that you can wear at home as a robe, or even on the street as a jacket or cardigan. It literally has material in it, almost four square feet.
The model is 175 cm tall.
If you are unsure, make an appointment at the PIZZA showroom and try your pick pajamas!
Although we call this piece a robe, you can wear it as a jacket without further ado. This time, we sewed the label inside so that it wouldn’t distract me from wearing it on the street either.