28th Apr 2020
Anoint yourself the lady of the house with these floaty dressing gowns, inspired by Chrissy Teigen’s extensive collection
If you follow Chrissy Teigen on any social media platform, you’ll know her dressing gown game is off the charts. From practical and chic to sultry and floaty, she always has that “oh, I just threw this on” vibe because she, quite literally, did just throw it on.
Now that you’re all wandering around the house, why not get in on the action and invest in a dressing gown that makes you feel more like the woman of the house and less like an underground gremlin who only comes out for toast and to sheepishly greet the postman.
Here’s our round up of dressing gowns to up your loungewear game.
Satin kimono, €19.99, H&M
Simple yet sexy, this H&M robe has dropped shoulders so it’ll always give off that slouchy, comfy look while the sleek material keeps it chic.
Nora Rose wrap rope, €33.60, House of Fraser
You you prefer something a little less sweet, this long line robe with a blue pinstripe captures the essence of pyjamas while still being feminine, and it’s made of crisp cotton so it will wash beautifully.
Flower Ballet dressing gown, €55.90, Intimissimi
Ultra feminine, this Intimissimi gown is made of satin and viscose with a red tassel tie. The sultry red flowers add a dreamy quality, while the pockets mean it is practical as a dressing gown too.
Tassel tie satin robe, €38.43, Victoria’s Secret
Absolutely love this spotted beauty from Victoria’s Secret, it could almost double as a date night dress with its tassel tie – at your own risk though!
Bedhead Liberty California robe, €99.60, House of Fraser
This one would definitely be Teigen-approved and the Liberty London pattern softens the shortness of the cut so you get to show a little leg without going all out. Made by celebrity favourite pyjama brand, Bedhead, it’s a steal right now at €99.60 on sale – their robes normally start at €330.
Tie front beach kimono, €44.24, Asos
No doubt Jennifer Lopez would approve of this flouncy number. It’s technically marketed as a bikini cover-up, but would be perfect with a pair of kitten heels as you dust some shelves with Lizzo blasting out of the speakers. Because why not?
Rosebud block print wide sleeve gown, €199, Toast
UK-based brand Toast do the most magnificent pyjama collection and their robe options are no different. Hand-printed onto pure cotton, it has the wide sleeves and voluminous tie of a traditional kimono with a delicate rosebud print.
Constellation robe, 41.48, Oasis
For something a bit younger, this Oasis robe features the night sky and the constellations are mapped out for you, perfect for a Saturday morning read of your horoscope. Oasis’ online shop is currently offline where it’s on sale, so if you can hold out you could get it for less than €25, otherwise it’s also on Asos.
Kimono, €69.95, Adidas Originals
This polyester and satin mix kimono from Adidas Originals is the ultimate in sports luxe. Featuring the brands signature three stripes down the side, this is definitely one that could double as outerwear.
Silk and lace long dressing gown, €175, M&S
And finally, if the JLo one is the wannabe lady of the house, this black silk gown from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s M&S collection is the true lady of the house. Made of pure silk with lace inserts on the arms it’s a little bit of luxury just for you.
Featured image by Chrissy Teigen Instagram
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