Just a fuzzy body cover that will keep your hero warm.
Armorers have a great deal of latitude in the design and creation of bathrobes as attire. With the different combinations available in cut, color, and material alone, few bathrobes conform to a "standard." Heroes and heroines of means have been able to custom-design their bathrobes to order, but this is rare; most adventurers end up with a ratty, second- or third-hand bathrobe. Options and common variations are as follows:
- Ankle -- For the heroine whose deity demands coverage. Or for those prone to arctic exploration.
- Calf -- For the heroine whose leg equipment is prone to binding.
- Knee -- To offer protection to a heroine's femoral artery without interfering with the all-important flight tactic.
- Thigh -- For the martially artistic heroine, or the wandering master.
- Terrycloth -- Thick, and absorbant of both water and punishment.
- Velour -- The "luxuriant" option.
- Satin -- For flaunting during beauty contests for which a heroine is neither entered nor eligible.
- Raw -- Make a display of those natural fibers.
- Pastel -- For that "borrowed it from grandma" look.
- Saturated -- Is that a bathrobe or a smoking jacket? Saturated colors mean a heroine means business.
- White -- Safe, traditional, and blends in with Bipolar Bears.
- Black -- Most likely stolen from Space Bar's luxury spa.
- Red -- For the discerning heroine interested in avoiding the "blood-soaked" look.
- Blue -- Soothing color that assists in the infiltration of psych wards.
- Floral print -- For the heroine who frequents garden clubs or finds herself in need of wallpaper camouflage.
- Monogram -- Nothing says "ownership" or "I stole this" like a set of initials.
- Figure -- Perhaps a traditional bunch of pansies, or a sassy art deco motif?
- Tavern logo -- For the heroine who wants to scream "fan" without wearing out her vocal cords.