Wrap yourself in a warm housecoat
Ladies housecoats are the perfect addition to your boudoir wardrobe. After a shower or bath, you need something to throw on to keep warm without getting your clothes wet, and on those cool mornings when you just want to stay in your pajamas, pulling on a warm housecoat is the perfect way to extend your weekend relaxation.
The most common type of housecoat or robe is usually made from terrycloth. This cotton material is the same material that towels are made of, and so the housecoat serves a similar purpose as the towel by soaking up water. Even after you towel off, wet hair could drip onto your clothes before you dry it, and so the towel-like robe is a great thing to throw on in the meantime. If you find a full-length housecoat too bulky or hot, try a knee-length robe. The added advantage is that your exposed legs will make this housecoat a little sexier.
In cooler climates where warmth is crucial to comfort, many people will choose a fleece housecoat. These soft housecoats are made in different weights or thicknesses depending on how much warmth you want. They come in button-up and belted styles, and can be floor-length or shorter. The ultimate in warm housecoats is the down housecoat, which looks a little bit like a down comforter or duvet tailored to look like a robe. Down is a fabulous insulator, so in this type of housecoat you will feel warm and never damp. Pair your housecoat with a pair of warm slippers, and you'll be ready for a cozy morning in.
A housecoat can also be considered a part of a woman's lingerie wardrobe. Silk or satin dressing gowns in traditional robe or kimono styles can be a great way to increase the anticipation of a steamy night in the bedroom. They can be worn alone or over other, skimpier pieces of lingerie. You can then reveal your surprise in any way you like.
To make your legs look longer, choose a housecoat that only skims the thigh. The perfect housecoat should hang straight down, but should accentuate your curves when wrapped around the body and tied with a sash.