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Bathrobes, dressing gowns, pajamas or dressing gowns are long gowns, loose coats that can be worn by both men and women. Pajamas can be worn on or under pajamas or other clothes. Dressing gowns are usually worn around the house and bathrobes are sometimes worn after a bath or around a swimming pool. They can keep warm, and can be easily covered on pajamas when not sleeping, and can also be used as a kind of underwear. If guests or other visitors are expected to enter the home when the host is partially or undressed, the host may wear additional clothes, such as dressing gowns. A dressing or interior coat is a loose, open front dress with a fabric belt attached to it that is worn in pajamas when you get up in bed, or on some daytime clothes at night when you are wearing or taking off clothes this morning or part of the time (for example, on men's shirts and trousers without a top and collar belt). Bathrobes are dressing gowns made of towels or other absorbent fabrics, which can be worn when the wearer's body is wet. They can be used as towels or body coverings.

The dressing gown that men regularly wear around the house was imitated by the Oriental in the 18th century. Japanese bathrobe is a single piece of cotton kimono, which can be used as bathrobe or summer outdoor clothing.

The main features of the neckline and waist of each bathrobe are designed differently.

Sculpture refers to the texture or style of bathrobe fabric. The sculpture of a robe not only has aesthetic feeling, but also affects the absorptivity and suspension of objects. Sculpture is a pattern sewn on Terry, velvet or other fabrics to reduce volume, increase softness, and hang more elegantly on thicker patterns.