1930's dressing gown: local vintage shop (now closed)
Pyjama set: Rosie for Autograph at Marks & Spencer
Who couldn't feel like a Hollywood starlet in glamorous loungewear? The peach dressing gown is an original vintage piece that I picked up from the sale rail at a Cardiff vintage shop (now closed). I think I paid £20. There are lots of condition issues, so eventually I'd like to use the garment to make a pattern from, and recreate it. The fabulous pyjamas are from Marks and Spencer. I adore their range designed by model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley; it's always heavily inspired by vintage pieces, and is very affordable. The colour is more Eau de Nil in real life, it looks a bit pale in these photographs. You can buy the trousers here (£20) and the top here (£16). I managed to purchase the trousers in the longer length too, hurrah!
If you want to see a little bit more of my collection, you might be interested in this post featuring my nylon slips and nighties, or you might want to look at my Kiss Me Deadly 1930's style black robe and nightgown.