Small (UK size 8 – 10)
Medium (UK size 12 – 14)
Large (UK size 16 – 18)*
*The bottoms fit really nicely on the waist once on, but can be snug to get on over the bum, so if you are blessed with extra booty rho recommend trying a size up! For a more detailed size guide.
The model pictured normally wears a UK 8 and wears rho in size small.
100% GOTS certified organic cotton
To take best care of your rho loungewear, only wash it when necessary using the following instructions:
- Hand wash or machine wash at 30 degrees
- Line dry in the shade or gentle tumble dry
- Cool iron only
- Please do not use bleach and do not dry clean your loungewear as this may damage the hand printed design of the fabric
Printed by hand:
Due to the hand printed nature of this product irregularities and inconsistencies are to be expected. We think it adds to the charm!
rho believes that everyone deserves a safe night's sleep. That's why for every item of sleep and loungewear sold, they donate £5 to Oasis in support of those affected by domestic abuse.
With the aim of making sustainably and ethically, the brand works with organic cotton farmers and ensures they, as well as their factory workers and skilled artisans that help produce their pieces, are paid fairly and work in a safe environment.
They carefully consider their materials and their impact. rho recognise that while they want to help as many people as possible, they want to grow sustainably without compromising the planet and its limited resources.
The loungewear is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. The prints are created through hand block prints using AZO-free dyes. When journeying from the factory as well as when en route to the person who purchases it, the pieces are sent in plastic-free packaging.
Each luxury loungewear piece is carefully designed and lovingly made to ensure premium comfort, style and durability. rho don’t believe in seasons, sales or discounts. They produce small quantity orders, and will only create more products once sold out, thus eliminating wasteful overproduction. Their prices reflect the true value of the workmanship required to create the products.