All Robes are designed, cut and sewn in Massachusetts, USA!
The Jedi robes are not merely single-use costumes, they are made with active use in mind, and we can provide the rest of the outfit. Please have a look at our Jedi Robe FAQ for more information on the rest of the costume and the cost of the complete outfit.
Robes with a "Add to Cart" Button are In-Stock. ready to be hemmed and shipped out.
WE CAN SHORTEN ANY ROBE OR CHANGE THE SLEEVE LENGTH
Robes ordered before 5 pm can usually be shipped on the next business day, but this is not guaranteed.
If time is a factor, please contact us for
We will quote and ship via Express Mail or other premium service if requested.
Monastic robes are intended for daily use, and to the best of our knowledge are authentic habits, but are general designs. Individual monastic orders will have specific requirements and design details. We can custom source fabrics and change details to suit requirements.
There are several color choices available. Please inquire about others if you don't see what you are looking for, as we have many other colors in lighter-weight (5-7 ounce) materials or heavier weight materials.
We also make fancier robes with linings for the hood and sleeves (velvet robes, satin silky robes). We can also make monks robes out of Fleece (fleece monk robes). Our robes can be used for church choir robes, church robes or pastoral robes, jedi robes, plus size robes - pretty much any activity for which you need a great hooded robe.
All robes shown can be made either with attached/detached hoods. We offer several hood styles; Regular, Pointed, Small Liripipe (add $5), Long Liripipe (add $15), and Extra Large Gothic Romance (add $10).
Sleeve length can be changed and trim can be added. Hemming/Shortening is free
but is considered an alteration and will affect
whether the item can be returned.
All robes are Unisex. Our female model is usually about 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Some of the smaller adult robes, those with small neck sizes, may be suitable for young adults/children.
To learn about the fabrics we use, and to figure out if they are warm enough for winter in your area, please contact us. You can also visit our