Dress­ing Gowns Leave The House. Yes, Re­ally

No, you did not mis­read that. Robes have left the con­fines of the home and stepped out onto the streets. But wait! It’s not as ab­surd as it sounds…

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Pre­pare for robe-gate, as just about every street styler has now rocked a dress­ing gown out of doors. We’re not talk­ing about that fluffy fuch­sia num­ber you got last Christ­mas. Oh no – this is all about stream­lined maxi gowns. Worn open over ev­ery­thing from jeans and heels to short skirts and flats, these robes work with any out­fit.

All-over prints help to steer them out of boudoir ter­ri­tory and into the sort of place where cool girls hang. And the high street has loads! So why not turn that gown up­side down? (Sorry.) Don’t feel gown (sorry again) be­cause you’ve just found the world’s com­fi­est out­fit saviour. And it also lends it­self very hap­pily to puns.

★Our Se­nior Fash­ion News Writer Max­ine Eggen­berger tried out the trend ‘I wasn’t con­vinced at first and it’s def­i­nitely not some­thing I’d usu­ally wear but I have to say I’m a con­vert. Thrown over a sim­ple out­fit with killer heels, this em­bel­lished robe made me feel very chic as I swept through the streets!’

robe, £79.99, H&M top, £12.99, New Look trousers, £42, Ur­ban Out­fit­ters shoes, £46, Top­shop

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