Do any of you Gents out there like to wear pajamas and robes from the 30's and 40's etc? I have a good collection of vintage robes and pj's from the 30's 40's and 50's, and love the whole pajamas with robe look. I know it steers away from the suit and fedora look, but when you see men in old movies dressed in pj's and robes they look fantastic. I have some old vintage PJ and Robe patterns and have had a pair made by a family friend but she didn't do them too well. I recently bought a pattern off ebay for some lounging pj's from the 30's, one a russian cossack style and the other a regular coat cut style. Both have belts which is typical of the 30s and 40s styles. Also love the pajama tops that button to the neck with the button hidden under the collar. It gives a nice dressed up look with a robe over the top. You see this look a lot in vintage pattern covers. I will try to provide some examples so that you can see what I mean. To me it is a very classy vintage look. Some movies that come to mind include Cary Grant in Mr Blandings Builds His Dream Home, Spencer Tracy wore them a lot in his movies and I think they look great. Of course they all look freshly pressed when climbing out of bed which is one of those Hollywood things. I have never had a pair of pj's that aren't badly wrinkled when I wake up in the morning, but put a robe over them and they look great! I also love the look of a robe instead of a suit coat when a man came home after work. You could still see his vest and tie and i think it is a great look and very comfortable What do you gents think?