Whenever a man feels like getting married, they send over a woman wearing a torn housecoat
, with curlers in her hair and cream on her face and she nags him out of it.
Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen must be wondering where his housecoat
Lucy Narleski, sitting in a loveseat, was wearing a housecoat
and slippers that matched the sofa.
Her mother began to untie her kitchen apron and put on a housecoat
But Blethyn was obviously wise to lend sleazy impresario Michael Caine her housecoat
IN what your Chinese takeaway says about you, here goes: Starter platter for two, for one- What do you mean I can't wear my housecoat
on a first date?
You will notice that her eyes are narrow, not the peepers they will be at dinnertime; they are merely hazel buttonholes the very color of her housecoat
Madonna (in her ``mother mode,'' wearing what looked like a housecoat
, with slip exposed), Whoopi Goldberg, Carol Burnett, Rod Stewart, Lily Tomlin, Paul Reiser, Shirley MacLaine, Cher, Arsenio Hall, Drew Barrymore, Roseanne.
The Boston Strangler's first victim was a 55-year old woman, who he strangled with the cord from her housecoat
Would someone else know whether that's a towel or housecoat
hanging from a hook upon her bathroom door?
The unframed black-and-white prints at the photographer's recent London show (Clarridge Engles Gallery) appear deceptively simple: an ugly man with a cast eye standing in a doorway, a fat woman in soiled housecoat
holding a malnourished cat, staring defiantly at us.
-- pink faded almost to beige, button holes unraveling -- and her graying hair completed the overall look: American Dowdy.