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Long towelling dressing gown.

(12 Posts)
doughnutty Tue 13-Sep-11 13:15:21

Not very exciting, I know, but where can I get one which is long enough to go past my knees. I hate my short, fleecey dg. It's cosy enough but not any use for throwing on when getting out of the shower. Whoever decided that fleecey was the way to go?
Also, I'm quite large atm (20-22) as baby's only 11 weeks old and nearly 6 foot tall. Looked in at mens ones but if anything they're shorter and tend to gape below the waist!

OldLadyKnowsNothing Tue 13-Sep-11 15:18:12

How about this one?

doughnutty Tue 13-Sep-11 20:34:09

Looks nice. Thank you. Anyone got anything else for a comparison?

SherlockHolmes Tue 13-Sep-11 21:27:11

I saw some when I was in Dunelm Mill - they were in the sale. Wish I'd bought one. [scurries off to look at the website]

SherlockHolmes Tue 13-Sep-11 21:33:02

Also La Redoute often have them too.

fromtheotherside Tue 13-Sep-11 21:34:16

John Lewis.

mumblechum1 Tue 13-Sep-11 21:35:17

I have a lovely Jasper Conran one which I think my mum bought in Debenhams. It's floor length towelling with a hood.

zgaze Tue 13-Sep-11 21:48:36

Don't laugh but Ikea - I've got one from their 'Family' range and IRS great, thick good quality towelling and massive.

zgaze Tue 13-Sep-11 21:54:12

That should be 'it's' obviously. It's this one anyway

doughnutty Wed 14-Sep-11 20:42:17

Thanks all. Will check Debenhams next. But Ikea - never would've thought to look there!

littleoldme Wed 14-Sep-11 20:46:17

I've had the same problem as I love a snuggly dressing gown. Splashed out and bought one from eventually. 4 years later it is still going strong.

littleoldme Wed 14-Sep-11 20:47:04

Scuse my rubbish linking. Just check The White Company and you'll find it.

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