Try this multi-use wardrobe item for the practical female traveler that prefers to pack lightly and/or expeditiously. Rolls up, is easily packable in the tiniest of getaway bags. Versatile as:
• A Body-Enhancing Cover-Up Wearable UNDER resort robes. Cotton-blend 80-20% spandex adapts to curves. Stretchy top provides light support.
• A Slip-On Towel Soft, lush terry locks in moisture. Doesn’t fall when you need a towel to stay up. Reduces public displays of ‘towel dropping syndrome.’
• A Dress-Before-You-Dress Text message and primp as you wear. Comfy walk-around attire. Dries as you dress. Leaves hands free for everyday errands.
• A Sundress or Skirt Practical for the sauna but wearable on the beach, by the pool or anywhere your spa excursion takes you, at home or away.
Great for overnight stays and quick getaways. Not to mention, easily removable for romantic interludes!
“We saw a problem in public displays of ‘towel dropping syndrome’ at spas, health clubs and in particular, hotel rooms opening doors for room service." So, devised a solution in The Spa Dress®,” says brand developer Daniella Cracknell, who reinvented the sundress, a hit in the ‘80s, into something new.
The Spa Dress® combines the reliability of a sundress with the comfort of a towel-like wrap into a product offering with less wardrobe malfunction than a towel.
And, comes packaged as An Emotional Boost in a Box™ in a range of colors designed to uplift mood so, no matter where you go, what you do or how you feel, The Spa Dress® can support the best of you:
• Need emotional strength? Restore self-esteem in ‘Confidence Boosting BLACK’
• Lost your mojo? Find your groove in ‘Get Gorgeous PINK’
• Need to recharge and let go? Clean the slate in ‘Starting Over WHITE’
More ‘emotional boosts’ coming in See The Sunshine YELLOW, Greener Pastures GREEN, Romance Anew RED and Cool to be You BLUE for Something New, that’s YOU!
"A nifty wardrobe item," says Kathryn Johnson, owner of the 5-star resort Mosaic Private Sanctuary where photos of The Spa Dress® were taken and photographed by South African artist Ryan Parker.