Loverland dressing gown back view
Loverland dressing gown front view
Pattern Village resort wear dressing gowns, swimsuit cover up, kaftan, kimono, sustainable fashion made in NYC
Pattern Village resort wear dressing gowns, swimsuit cover up, kaftan, kimono, sustainable fashion made in NYC

LoverLand Dressing Gown

Regular price $150.00

LoverLand is a custom, handpainted design by NYC artist, Mrudula Divekar. Vintage elements and whimsical details from cacti to a hidden antelope are intertwined creating a wanderlust place paired with a calming lavender palette. 

Designed for functionality, the dressing gown features a plunge neckline with snap button closure and two hidden pockets with invisible zippers.


  • Designed and made in New York, imported materials 
  • Made from recycled water bottles, 100% recycled polyester
  • UPF 50 sun protection
  • Antibacterial, moisture-wicking
  • One size comfortably fits most
  • Front is 56’’ L, Back is 54’’ L
  • 15’’ plunge neckline with snap button closure 
  • 2 hidden pockets with zippers at the hips 
  • 19’’ side slits at the hem
  • Sabi is 5'2, Aundrea is 5'9

Inside color of the dressing gown is a soft lavender  


Machine was cold on delicate, hang to dry, and iron at a low temperature if necessary.  

Why choose Pattern Village?


Our motto is Earth-First. The fabric we use is made from recycled water bottles. The shipping mailer you receive is compostable and the tissue paper and sticker are FSC certified, made from acid free paper and use soy-based inks. We plant one tree for every dressing gown purchased to offset our carbon footprint and help pump clean oxygen back into the atmosphere.


Pattern Village came to be in New York. A different New York designer worked on each dressing gown. Our Sew House is a small-run shop located in Brooklyn. The illustrative tissue paper your gown arrives in has been designed in upstate New York. All the photos you see across the website were created by a team of rockstar, New York-based women. 

A Note from Dre

Hi! Thanks for visiting Pattern Village. It all started with dressing gowns. I wanted to add vibrant patterns to today’s eco closet and support local garment manufacturing. A chic piece that can truly travel with you, from the beach to brunch. From there I added jumpsuits, slouchy button ups, skirts and a slew of accessories. I like to say we’re a year-round vacation boutique. I hope you like what you see and welcome to the Village! 

Each dressing gown diverts approximately 20 plastic bottles from the waste stream.