I was never really a robe person until this whole Coronavirus quarantine went down, and now I barely take it off. I wear mine the second I wake up, and then when 5pm hits, it’s back on again. Full disclosure: There may have been days these last two weeks where I had it on for almost 24 hours straight.

Here’s the thing about robes: They’re an extremely useful wardrobe item that you’ll use well beyond this outbreak. So, if you’ve been mulling around the idea, I’m sharing 5 of my favorite options, in all different price ranges.

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5 stylish comfy robes for quarantine: PJ Salvage tie-dye robe

This PJ Salvage robe looks so soft and comfortable. I’m loving tie-dye, which if you haven’t noticed, is everywhere for spring. And it’s a great length – right at the knee – with slits that make it feel a little more like a dress.

5 comfy, stylish robes for quarantine | Plum Pretty Sugar Robe

I’m obsessed with this Plum Pretty Sugar robe that could easily double as a pool cover-up, or as a duster. Just tie the sash behind you! Beautiful.

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5 comfy, stylish robes for quarantine | Natori Shangri La Robe

This Luxe Shangri-La Natori Robe is on my wish list (even though it’s on sale right now). I’m a huge fan of Natori bras and underwear, so it’s no surprise I’ve got my eye on their loungewear as well. It’s not cheap, but from years of wearing Natori, I know that their items really wash well and last.

5 comfy, stylish robes for quarantine | Modern Waffle Robe

If you’re looking for a versatile, all-season robe, then this Nordstrom Waffle Robe is it, and the price is right. At 40% off, it’s $35, which is fantastic for something like this.

5 comfy robes for quarantine | Natori Caftan

Ladies! If there was ever a time to do caftans I think now is the time! You’re sort of wearing a robe, but also wearing a dress, and all you need to do is add some sandals and you’ve got a fabulous summer vacation look (hey, I’m optimistic). Not cheap, but you’re basically getting a few different pieces in one, so maybe?