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Night Gown: A nightgown (this is also called a nightdress) is a loosely hanging item of nightwear for ladies. Now-a-days the term is almost exclusively applied to women's nightwear. A nightgown is mostly made from poplin (cotton,) silk,(original) satin, polyester, synthetic, or nylon. It may be decorated with lace appliques or embroidery at the front portion, back neck portion and bottom hem portion.
A nightgown may have any neckline, and may have sleeves of any type, or may be sleeveless, and any shoulder strap or back style. The length of a nightgown may vary from hip-length (baby doll) to floor-length (negligee) but is typically knee-length. A short nightgown is often called a nightie. A slip nightgown may be used as a nightgown or as a full slip. A sortie nightgown is a functional short nightgown (often just a long or short T-shirt).
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