Clear some space in the armoire because caftans are having a moment, and we're here for every ounce of this "Andre Leon Talley/Nana in a housecoat fantasy," as one fan jokingly put it. Today's caftans have all the dreamy elegance of Sharon Tate and every bit of Mrs. Roper's iconic sass, and we wouldn't want it any other way.
We rounded up 10 of Amazon's most popular caftans. These effortlessly regal frocks shine just as brightly on the beach as they do at dinner alfresco. Want to just feel regal when you're just hanging at home? These caftans are casual perfection — and they're all less than $30.
Some women love the way a more traditional (read: boxy) caftan flows. For others, there's this billowy caftan with a drawstring waist in your choice of 11 patterns. It's one-size-fits-all, from small to XL!
One shopper wrote, "Always nervous about a one-size garment with my height, but the fit is just perfect. True midi length, which is just what I wanted. Even more cute in person."
Talk about a caftan you can live in! We're smitten with this bold blue pattern, but you can choose from dozens. This one's a bit more delicate — it's hand-wash only — but you pay just $15 for a high-quality piece of clothing.
"Coolest outfit on the planet...It's simple elegant and easy to wear and to care for. What more can I say? It is the epitome [of] the no-fuss life!" wrote a happy shopper.
If your vibe is understated elegance, this solid Turkish maxi is the caftan for you. It comes in a slew of stunning solids, including this popular rust hue. And it looks just as chic on a small as it does on a 3XL — it's one-size-fits-all!
"Mrs. Roper had the right idea," wrote a pleased customer. "I’m so glad caftans have made a comeback. Great for lounging around the house, but still look put together if someone drops by. Also very slimming!"
With just one batwing sleeve and a hem that's askew, this luxurious caftan is all about asymmetrical glamour! It comes in 18 colors and is practically begging for fine jewelry, glittery sandals and an evening bag. Date night awaits!
"Super cute. Thinner material, but that’s fine for summer. Gives a '70s vibe," wrote a fan.
Ready to step up your caftan style? This incredibly vibrant frock will do the trick. Whether you're covering up at the beach or toting this beauty along on a cruise, it's extravagant yet low-maintenance.
"This just makes you feel like you should be [on] a terrace in the Mediterranean!" proclaimed a reviewer. "I've gotten so many compliments, which is always nice, but to be honest it's just nice to feel comfortable and cute with so little effort."
A vertical stripe down the front of this vibrant caftan has an instant slimming effect, and we're here for it. This light, breathable frock is so much fun you'll never want to take it off.
"At first I thought this was just going to be a fun piece for around the house/beach, but once it showed up it was even better then I thought — I love it!!! Colour is gorgeous — soft and flows beautifully," one fan admitted.
Go full Greek goddess in this embroidered caftan that's only missing a laurel crown. It's loose, flowy and comes with a side slit, and it's perfect poolside or for brunch on the beach.
One happy camper wrote, "Ordered it to wear to a outdoor July wedding knowing it was going to be super hot. I am 5'9", and it was the perfect length. Material is soft, light, but not sheer, and dress is flowy and perfect."
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