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The Geisha Robe®



Escape into the luxury of Branché Silk. Our flirty elegant design will lift your spirits and treat your senses.

Sewn with intricate French seams, draped sleeves, collar and hem that meet with mitered-corners. Accented with a sash and pockets.

Each Geisha Robe comes with a matching silk hanger.

Elegance, style and the quality you’ve come to expect from Branché.


“You can’t help but be happy and smile when you slip on our Geisha robe…it’s a natural mood enhancer!”

Donna Hinds Gaynor, Branché Creator | CEO


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Available in six beautiful shades with contrasting accents.



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Hypoallergenic • Silk shell and filling
100% Premium 6A Silk • 22 Momme Weight
Made with non-toxic dyes

Additional information

Weight .75 lbs

Blue with Toffee Trim, Blush with Silver Trim, Lavender with Blue Trim, Sapphire with Silver Trim, Silver with Black Trim, Toffee with Blush Trim, White with Silver Trim


Large 14-18, Medium 8-12, Small 2-6



To ensure your Branché Silk product will last for years to come while maintaining
silk’s luster, silkiness and optimal benefits, follow these care instructions.

Keeping silk fibers moist is mandatory for product longevity.
As a rule, “If it would dry out your hair or skin, it will dry out your silk”.
Silk naturally consists of the same amino acids as our skin and hair, and just like
hair when silk becomes dry it loses its luster, silkiness and strength.


Use a detergent with a neutral pH that is specifically formulated for use on silk. Le Blanc
Silk & Lingerie Wash or our own Branché Silk Wash have a neutral pH and are formulated
to preserve silk. They do not contain harsh chemicals or enzymes that will damage silk.


Most common detergents contain chemicals and enzymes that will dry out and damage silk fibers over time.

Never use bleach, fabric softener, or any product that contains bleach, enzymes, or whiteners on silk.

Hand or Machine Wash Delicate Cycle – using cool or lukewarm water.

Hang or Lay Flat to Dry – Do not put silk in dryer. Drying damages silk fibers and weakens the fabric causing silk to lose its luster, silkiness and eventually causing it to tear.

Ironing – Iron only on low setting while still damp.
Dampness protects the silk from over-drying.
Do not use steam, it’s too hot.

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