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The endless search for a long, cosy dressing gown

(14 Posts)
LindyHemming Tue 20-Nov-12 22:55:14

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GeneHuntsMistress Tue 20-Nov-12 23:48:14

This any good?

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Tue 20-Nov-12 23:56:25

How about this?

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Tue 20-Nov-12 23:59:24

Or this?

HellothisisJoanie Wed 21-Nov-12 05:54:57

Nice grey cashmerey one in marks.

HellothisisJoanie Wed 21-Nov-12 05:55:36

EW to zip btw

anniewoo Wed 21-Nov-12 07:29:37

Lovely snuggly ones in M&S

Finallygotaroundtoit Wed 21-Nov-12 08:16:36

Watching with interest.

My bug bear is enormous sleeves that flap about and get in the way and soaked when you turn a tap on!

pocketandsweet Wed 21-Nov-12 08:21:43

finallygotroundtoit you have expressed my silent daily frustration... As I drink my coffee with my wet flappy sleeved bathrobe

kiwigirl42 Wed 21-Nov-12 14:30:45

I got a beautiful, thick, soft soft soft, toweling dressing gown from Asda about 2 yrs ago. Its wonderful and was only £18.

only thing is that I have to fight the cats for it - they ADORE its plushness and fight to sit on my knee

anniewoo Wed 21-Nov-12 16:32:56

Pocketandsweet use hair scrunchies to tighten sleeves.

callow Wed 21-Nov-12 17:10:10

QVC have a few

this one or this

Bare in mind that most models are very tall so most dressing gowns would be full length on the average person.

pocketandsweet Wed 21-Nov-12 19:19:38

anniewoo thanks!

LindyHemming Wed 21-Nov-12 19:35:12

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