tea gown

  1. a long loose-fitting gown formerly popular for wear at afternoon tea
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  • four-o'clock tea" rather blotted out one of the prettiest features of the English tea, that of the graceful garment the _tea gown_. Manners and Social Usages
  • Soft silks and satins and penne and chiffon velvets were principally used for the afternoon tea gown, but chiffon, chiffon clothes, marquisette and lace were to be seen. The Tea Gown | Edwardian Promenade
  • She returned from the party and stripped off her tea gown, she replaced it with a simple shift.
  • These Fortuny tea gowns slip over the head with no opening but the neck, with its silk shirring cord by means of which it can be made high or low, at will; they come in black gold and the tones of old Venetian dyes. Fortuny’s “Delphos” Gown | Edwardian Promenade
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