Have a Better Bath: Level-Up the Luxury with a Turkish Towel
There’s a reason these towels are so trendy. Here’s how to wrap yourself in luxury after a bath or a day at the beach.
We all need more time for self-care and pampering. Enter the trendy Turkish towel. These soft, oversized wraps make shower or bath time just a little bit more spa-like.
Bazaar Anatolia Diamond Turkish Towel 100% Cotton
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One of the best things about everyone’s current towel obsession is that many of them are inspired by the colorful landscape of Turkey and come in unique colors and patterns. This one is made in Turkey and comes in a whopping 16 gorgeous colors to match your swimwear, your beach bag, or even your bathroom decor. You can also wrap one around your shoulders at an outdoor concert or picnic for a chic blanket.
HAVLULAND Sale Set of 6 XXL Turkish Cotton Beach Bath
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Find a good deal on a set of Turkish towels and you can replace your bathroom linens all at once! (Or if you feel like sharing, give them to your loved ones as gifts.) We love this set of six oversized bath sheets with fringe and cheery, tri-colored stripes. At 70 inches long, they’re made to fit people of many sizes, and are crafted from soft cotton yarn so they’ll help you dry off fast.
Hammam Linen Milas Collections Ultra Soft Turkish Bath Towels
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When the shower goes off and the cold air rushes in, you want a touchably soft, fluffy towel to wrap yourself in luxurious warmth. We like this four-pack of Turkish towels made with super-absorbent cotton and double-reinforced stitching and comes in four match-with-anything colors like white, taupe, sea green and grey.We have a feeling Turkish towels like these might be just what your shower routine is missing.
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