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Really soft fluffy dressing gown

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Dancergirl Thu 07-Dec-17 16:55:15

Any recommendations please? For an 11 year old girl.

Prizepudding Thu 07-Dec-17 17:03:31

My dd13 asked for one out of new look as it was so soft and fluffy, I think it will drown her though as even the small is quite big.

poisonedbypen Thu 07-Dec-17 17:05:05

Primark ones are nice & soft

Dancergirl Thu 07-Dec-17 17:09:55

Small ladies size prize? New Look Teens had some nice ones but they come up very short even the biggest size.

Prizepudding Thu 07-Dec-17 18:16:49

Yes, it was the ladies small. It’s a longer one in grey and white, she kept commenting on how soft it was and I’m sure it won’t matter if it comes up a big

thedayismine Fri 08-Dec-17 09:52:03

Am I too late ?
I just got my younger DD the llama from here the quality is amazing so fluffy I want one myself ! Would this work ?

https://www.fatface.com/kids/girls-clothing/nightwear/stripe-dressing-gown/925912.html?dwvar9259122_color=ecru&cgid=girls-clothing-nightwear#start=9

passemoilevin Fri 08-Dec-17 09:57:11

Next ones are amazing. I got my DD the softest grey and white one. I'm jealous of it blush

Dancergirl Fri 08-Dec-17 10:39:11

The Fat Face one looks gorgeous but I'm not sure dd would go for stripes unfortunately. She wants purple or lilac ideally but I may not be able to find. Will look at Next.

wowl Fri 08-Dec-17 12:29:52

Joules girls ones go up to 11-12 and are super soft if that helps? Otherwise I’d try M&S or New Look

bilbodog Fri 08-Dec-17 13:33:57

Look at john lewis - they had the most gorgeous ladies one in a sort of grey/white chunky fleece fabric, so soft - dont know if they would have anything similar in kids section. I was very tempted to get it myself but dont need a new one!!

Dancergirl Tue 12-Dec-17 13:51:01

pass was that the adults of children section of Next?

Jigglyguff Tue 12-Dec-17 15:02:02

Try peacocks. I got one for my mum a couple of years ago and its still soft and fluffy. I think they have some in size 6-8.

goose1964 Tue 12-Dec-17 16:31:15

Marks and Spencer, cheaper ones may be soft but I've found that they aren't warm whereas the m&s ones are

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