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Where can I buy a warm AND stylish dressing gown?

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mosaica Sat 27-Oct-12 23:01:24

Any ideas? It really must be warm as I feel the cold, but I don't want to look like a granny. Any ideas?

Rocksie Sat 27-Oct-12 23:07:25

I got mine in TK Maxx which is really cosy and only cost £16. They have a good variation Of styles so bound to be something you're looking for.

PropertyNightmare Sat 27-Oct-12 23:32:50

Just head to Asda. Get a size 16 fleece jobbie with a funky pattern. It's what I always do. Be warm, be swamped. There are things worth spending money on (handbags, jewels). Dressing gowns ain't one of them. Much of a muchiness so save your dough.

CurlyhairedAssassin Sat 27-Oct-12 23:37:14

I disagree, I spent money on a white company one. Plum velour one with hood and I LOVE it - it's really long and warm. And quite stylish!

reindeerjumper Sun 28-Oct-12 08:24:22

White company.

Pseudonymity Sun 28-Oct-12 08:57:34

Yes, can I add to this: where are the long dressing gowns? I want one coming down to the ground, not ending mid-calf.

DebK2012 Sun 28-Oct-12 09:01:30

Try a fluffy onesie very in right now and so toasty!!!!

Caerlaverock Sun 28-Oct-12 09:05:28

I have a horrific fluffy pink and white spotted thing that mil bought me in an insultingly large size. But I am really cosy

SchnitzelVonKrumm Sun 28-Oct-12 09:32:33

Toast, White Company, John Lewis

Pseudonymity Sun 28-Oct-12 09:48:25

I love the look of the onesies on the xfactor contestants, it's probably product placement, does anyone know what they are? A lot of the onesies in the shops are very thin fabric.

escobarfrc Thu 11-Apr-13 16:46:47

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