Dressing gown/bath robe


#1
  • I own a bath robe
  • I do not own a bath robe (That is the epitome of fake news)
  • Only use them in hotels

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#2

I own two, but I don’t wear them, not even while watching FOX News.


#3

sorta forgot i had one and hadn’t used it in 6 months but been back in the bathrobe game just lately


#4

I’ve got a Jedi Knight dressing gown, obviously.


#5

I associate bathrobes with Tony Soprano. No one has ever worn them that well since…


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#7

#HotelTreat


#8

slippers are better and more important in terms of dress down comfort


#9

It’s the socks that ruin that photo for me, I’m afraid.


#10

I got a very nice one for my birthday which is possibly the best one I’ve ever had. I like to get a new one each year.

I rarely wear them in hotels because they’re never that soft.

I also should say that I sometimes wear my dressing gown to bed because its comfy.


#11

I agree


#12

Nearly there


#13

Mine is too big. I sometimes wear one of Mrs HYG’s instead because she has several to choose from. I should probably buy a proper one of my own.


#14

I have two.


#15

I own one but never wear it


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#18

I have one - it was a gift. It is made my the Animal brand (I think), it has a tiger skin pattern, a hood, and is very soft.

I only tend to wear it when going to/ from the bathroom when the kids are around.

For general mooching I prefer to wear PJ trousers and a hoody

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#19

I do not. Never needed one.


#20

I have a dressing gown. It’s soft, kind of fleecey I guess. I think bath robes are cotton like a towel. I do not think it is appropriate to use the terms ‘dressing gown’ and ‘bath robe’ interchangeably.