10 best dressing gowns
We’re heading for another cold snap. Stay snug and warm at home in one of these stylish robes
Monday 27 January 2014
Dressing gowns are the ultimate winter comfort wear; slip one on after a long soak in the tub, a lazy Sunday morning or after a hard day’s work.
Whether you want a snug gown to keep away the chill on winter mornings or a sexy number for a Valentine’s weekend away, we have found the best ones out there for men and women, from H&M’s short leopard print gown to Marks and Spencer’s North Coast Bonded Fleece.
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No wonder The White Company’s Hydrocotton Hooded Robe has become such a top seller - it ticks every box for comfort and warmth and it’s unisex too, which means you can steal his or her gown without looking odd. For a budget option, the BHS Black Fleece Dressing Gown is a steal for decent quality, while the Julianne Silk Short Robe smacks of pure luxury, yet will last you too.
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