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Good quality dressing gown?

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Mumof3almost4 Sat 05-Sep-20 18:07:31

I'm looking for a dressing gown which is warm, so not too thin and not a short one. Has anyone come across any nice ones recently?

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Mumof3almost4 Sat 05-Sep-20 21:52:22

Any ideas please? smile

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SweepTheHalls Sat 05-Sep-20 21:53:26

Have a look one A Hundred Stars. Thinish but super soft and beautiful.

Mumof3almost4 Sat 05-Sep-20 22:22:36

Thanks @SweepTheHalls I'll have a nosey there

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MrsPnut Sat 05-Sep-20 22:24:53

I bought a men’s next waffle dressing gown so it was long enough not too thick but very warm.

123rd Sat 05-Sep-20 22:24:52

They look lovely and I ordered one but returned it. Was too warty and thin. I could imagine floating around in it in the summer months but no good for cooler months.
Gorgeous designs tho

123rd Sat 05-Sep-20 22:25:18

wafty not warty!!

Echobelly Sat 05-Sep-20 22:26:20

White Company ones are good - I've had a big, grey gown by them for years and it's very thick and cosy. Long as well.

Whattodonow6322 Sat 05-Sep-20 22:28:00

Yes definitely look at the white company

Mumof3almost4 Sat 05-Sep-20 22:34:46

@123rd a warty dressing gown sounds different grin

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Namechangemom123 Sat 05-Sep-20 22:36:27

I've got an ugg one that is fab

HowLongToXmas Sun 06-Sep-20 10:42:24

Try TK Maxx. They do a good selection. M&S also does nice ones.

Redact Sun 06-Sep-20 11:34:21

I was coming on to say White Company too but been beaten to it. I've had a couple from them which I really rate, washes and dries well too

Oly4 Sun 06-Sep-20 11:44:21

White Company towelling dressing gowns are amazing

Gonegrey31 Sun 06-Sep-20 11:46:26

The range at Toast is excellent.

BestZebbie Sun 06-Sep-20 11:55:13

If you have £££ to spend then you will never beat Makin &Lloyd - they weigh a tonne, are very warm, rich vibrant colours and never wear out.

Mrsfussypants1 Sun 06-Sep-20 12:23:00

My joules navy/off white stripe dressing gown is 2 1/2 and still looks and feels plush despite being washed v regularly.

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