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anyone seen a LONG man's dressing gown please?

(16 Posts)
Gatekeeper Wed 05-Nov-14 12:33:00

not a novelty one though...fleece or terry/velour

thank you

marne2 Wed 05-Nov-14 12:38:27

M&S

Gatekeeper Wed 05-Nov-14 12:49:11

they are just the standard length; dh wants one down to his shins!

TiddlesUpATree Wed 05-Nov-14 12:50:41

Try dunelm mills. They have loads in towelling material in all colours.

lavendersun Wed 05-Nov-14 12:56:58

My husband is 6'3 with long arms - wears a 'tall' in most clothes, I bought him this last year and it is lovely, plenty of room in the sleeve length which he was shocked about as that doesn't happen.

www.biju.co.uk/item_page.asp?item=3107

lavendersun Wed 05-Nov-14 12:57:47

Forgot to say that the quality is really lovely - much nicer than my White Co one. Really thick cotton velour and nicely finished.

littone Wed 05-Nov-14 13:24:18

A few years ago now but my partners came from lands end, I think we bought from the American site to get the length.

amazonianwoman Wed 05-Nov-14 13:29:03

lavendersun what's the sizing like? DH also 6ft3, usually XL or XXL, can't decide which to order...

lavendersun Wed 05-Nov-14 13:46:48

Will go and measure it a welcome break from my books. My husband usually wears a large tall - broad shoulders, 44" chest (I think), 34" waist. Will measure chest and length from centre back to bottom and return ....

TheOneWiththeNicestSmile Wed 05-Nov-14 13:53:53

the Dunelm ones - it doesn't give a length but the first review complains it was too long & had to be shortened! grin

lavendersun Wed 05-Nov-14 13:55:32

Ok, checked a jacket and it is a 44L so 44" chest.

Robe here is an XL. 52" long down centre back from where hood joins to bottom of hem. 28 1/2" wide - measured across the back from where the sleeves join, at the bottom of the hole. Would be armpit on a fitted garment.

The one I bought wasn't reduced and I think it would be more than worth full price.

startwig1982 Wed 05-Nov-14 14:02:18

I bought DH a white company one a couple of years ago and it comes down to his ankles.

Enb76 Wed 05-Nov-14 14:31:34

Ok so not the cheapest by a long shot but Woods of Shropshire have really good dressing gowns.

PausingFlatly Wed 05-Nov-14 14:34:01

John Lewis had some lovely ones last year.

Gatekeeper Wed 05-Nov-14 15:38:58

ooh Enb76, some lovely dressing gowns on that Woods website

thanks everyone

Gatekeeper Wed 05-Nov-14 15:43:04

Biju one very nice too

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