A woman's loose dressing sack; hence, a loose morning gown or wrapper.
A peignoir is a woman's intimate dressing gown..
A woman's dressing gown. But please do not confuse this with a robe. A robe provides ‘warmth & comfort,' while a peignoir is just a means to (sometimes barely) cover one's nightgown. A peignoir paired with a negligee is a classic. It offers a classy, more elegant look ~ seen often on the glamorous ladies in classic films.
A peignoir is a woman's dressing gown. · Patent Leather Leather with a hard smooth glossy surface.
a loose dressing gown for women
Informal dressing gown.
Longer negligee or gown.
A peignoir is a long nightgown for women usually sheer and made of chiffon. Peignoirs are usually sold with matching panties and sometimes include robes.
From the French word which translates to "garment worn while combing the hair". A negligee or dressing gown.
A woman's loose fitting dressing gown, robe or lingerie.
A sleepwear set which includes a long or short gown and matching robe. Its French origin "peignouer" refers to the gown a woman wore while combing her hair.
negligée or gown.
A dressing gown made of very thin material. Usually comes with a matching robe.
A peignoir is a long nightgown for women usually sheer and made of chiffon. It is repeatedly mentioned in the novel The Awakening, by Kate Chopin, somewhat like a show of when she is awakening. Peignoir is also notably featured in the opening stanza of the poem Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens and in opening chapters of the novel Tender Is The Night by F.