Rated 5 out of 5 by BM12 Lovely winter nightie.
Good old-fashioned nightwear. Traditional cut and lovely flower pattern in muted colours.
It is made of soft brushed cotton and feels very pleasant on the skin. The pure cotton is very 'breathable ' and works well in changing temperature if you or hotel managers prefer to turn the heating off in the middle of the night.
The fabric does not stretch so the nightie cannot be too fitted or it will be restricting your movements. My usual size 12 was OK but I decided to go for one size up for a really loose fit. Also the neck opening may feel rather small if completely buttoned up.
Just used it on holiday in the cold North and I loved it.
11 December 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dot B Looks nice and that's all.
Tried it on then lay on the bed . Took it off right away ! !
It felt like being in a ' Straight Jacket ; The material was stiff and the buttoned top stood on end under my chin in an arch .
Never , ever had a nightdress that felt so uncomfortable .
Sorry , I really can't find anything nice to say about it except for the look of it , ( which doesn't help when you want a cosy sleep ).
06 December 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by rabbitlover just right
I found this nightie very comfortable and pretty.I have washed it several times now with no problem,and will be buying another when we go again.
13 November 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by cherrywheeze Long-sleved nightdress
I am a size 12 but found this far too big Even 8-10 felt quite large.
I have short arms and found the sleeve length too long. Why can't we have 3/4 length sleeves in nighties?
Also the material was rather an insipid colour. Please can we have some darker or more vibrant colours in warm nightdresses.
22 October 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by hr1234 Lovely Nightdress But....
It's a lovely nightdress; very pretty. However, I have only had this for a day and it has already ripped on the shoulder area. I haven't washed it, or hardly worn it. I'm disappointed because it it quite pricey and I did expect better. I'll have to return this I'm afraid. ,
30 September 2016