which dressing gown do I want?

(11 Posts)
variousthings Tue 29-Dec-15 18:38:52

I can't decide

This one ink{http://www.marksandspencer.com/luxury-hooded-belted-towelling-dressing-gown/p/p22416206\www.marksandspencer.com/luxury-hooded-belted-towelling-dressing-gown/p/p2241620]]6} 48% cotton

Or this ink{http://www.marksandspencer.com/hooded-island-fleece-dressing-gown/p/p22414927www.marksandspencer.com/hooded-island-fleece-dressing-gown/p/p22414927 i}n grey. super soft but 95% polyester

I've got both and need to talk one back

variousthings Tue 29-Dec-15 21:08:08

Please help I'm so indecisive confused

poorbuthappy Tue 29-Dec-15 21:10:38

2nd 1. White never stays clean here.

Underdogsbollocks Tue 29-Dec-15 21:10:59

I'm confused, I have the first one and use it as a bath robe but the second one looks more like what I use as my dressing gown to keep warm?

Onlyonamonday Tue 29-Dec-15 21:12:10

Preferring the dark one .. White one reminds me of a hotel complementary one.🎄

CointreauVersial Tue 29-Dec-15 21:29:42

Don't keep the white one. PITA to keep clean.

Wouldn't you prefer something in 100% cotton? Polyester makes for a super-soft feel, but it does feel sweaty/clammy, especially if you use it as a bathrobe.

variousthings Tue 29-Dec-15 21:33:14

The link is to a dark one but it's actually pale grey in colour

Yes would prefer cotton but they seem few and far between

Would never wear while wet though

CointreauVersial Tue 29-Dec-15 22:54:28

John Lewis have lots of cotton ones. Also House of Fraser.

(I know this because I've just been on the hunt for a dressing gown myself).

variousthings Wed 30-Dec-15 10:51:09

Thanks for the John Lewis tip but I have these now and I can't be bothered to do any more shopping!

I've decided to keep the pale grey one. It's longer and bigger.

Indecisivejo Wed 30-Dec-15 11:51:43

Second one defo

Chewbecca Wed 30-Dec-15 11:55:23

The grey one looks nicer but I wouldn't get a polyester dressing gown, it'll make you sweat.

White company have some lovely cotton ones in their sale.

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