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niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 12:00:47

I hope someone may be point me in the direction where I can find a beautiful long kimono dressing gown for my daughter. She’s 5 foot 9 and slim, would like something oriental and silky/ satin with long wide sleeves but my online searches have failed to find something within my budget of £75 to £100. Any suggestions would be fantastic. Thanks in advance for any ideas or suggestions. I think I might like to stick to UK suppliers unless someone has used the supplier and it’s all been good.

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TheQueef Sun 23-Feb-20 12:12:47

A hundred stars.

TheQueef Sun 23-Feb-20 12:13:21

onehundredstars.co.uk

niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 12:36:08

Thank you so much TheQueef, I’ve had a quick look and am just about to show my daughter, they look to me , just what I was after but if anyone has any further suggestions I’d be grateful.

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TantricTwist Sun 23-Feb-20 12:38:09

I bought mine in Debenhams a couple of years ago with matching pyjamas

niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 12:57:55

We found one in Debenhams but they didn’t have the right size and it’s still not in stock and has gone into the sale.

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Movinghouseatlast Sun 23-Feb-20 12:59:45

I am wearing my 100 stars one now. It is lovely. It isn't full length though, even at 5 foot 2.

TheQueef Sun 23-Feb-20 13:02:35

I have the Delft gown.
I love swishing around in it.
Makes me feel all glamouro grin

Nanasueathome Sun 23-Feb-20 13:14:21

Verry Kerry

niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 13:23:32

To TheQueef we chose a collar kimono which wasn’t long but she loved the sleeves and the pattern. I also ordered a collar kimono for my other daughter, they really are beautiful and I am very grateful for your suggestion.

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niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 13:25:57

My daughter loved the delft one, but liked the sleeves on the collar gown. Fingers crossed it’s as beautiful in real life. I’m definitely going to save their website.

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TheQueef Sun 23-Feb-20 13:26:29

Don't forget yours!
smile

doublecheeseburgermediumfries Sun 23-Feb-20 13:31:31

I have a one hundred stars gown, the stork one and it's lovely! Absolutely love it and it's very lady of the manor when I walk around in it 😂😂

niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 13:33:38

I’ve had a look at the Very Kerry website and they are also beautiful, I’ve saved the details for future reference. They were more expensive than my budget and I’d already purchased from one hundred stars but thank you Nanasueathome for your suggestion.

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niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 13:35:17

This is the gown she chose

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niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 13:36:54

And I chose this one for my other daughter

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niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 13:40:14

It’s been lovely chatting to you all, thank you very much and I hope my daughters love their gowns as much as you do.

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didyoueverdancewiththedevil Sun 23-Feb-20 17:15:19

www.susannahcotton.co.uk/store/cat_689802-Womens-Gowns.html

niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 18:09:47

Thank you didyoueverdancewiththedevil I really liked these Kimonos, I particularly liked the shape of the sleeves. I will keep a note of the website.

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Laniakea Sun 23-Feb-20 18:14:40

Oh I got two (lucky me!) 100 stars gowns for Christmas - a Kew passion flower one & the grey lupin pattern - they are pretty much my favourite things in the world wink

I also have a couple of the short ones which I live in in the summer.

AutumnCrow Sun 23-Feb-20 18:14:54

Thank you for the thread - it caught my interest! Lovely ideas.

StCharlotte Sun 23-Feb-20 18:27:59

I bought a lovely one for our hostess at Christmas from Biba. She looks like a Tennessee Williams heroine in it (in a good way).

Elouera Sun 23-Feb-20 18:31:57

M&S and Debenhams have quite a few under £100.

TheQueef Sun 23-Feb-20 18:32:47

The OHS ones come beautifully packaged and wrapped too.
A real treat.

(I'm not affiliated in any way, I just love things that are right, exactly as they should be)

niknac1 Sun 23-Feb-20 20:04:19

It was hard not to buy more of the one hundred star gowns as there were lots we really liked but I managed to control myself. There were some lovely ones in the sale.
Thanks everyone.

I have found all your suggestions really helpful, I think there’s so many good ones it would be easy to have a collection of beautiful kimonos.

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