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People Are Just Learning How To Tie Their Dressing Gown Properly

Ali Condon

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People Are Just Learning How To Tie Their Dressing Gown Properly

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@itscassidybybee

There's nothing more satisfying than wrapping up in a warm dressing gown and getting as cosy as possible after a long day.

But what if we told you there's a super simple trick you can use to make your dressing gown even more comfortable? That's where TikTok creator Cassidy Bybee (@itscassidybybee) comes in.

Watch her video here:

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The simple adjustment to your favourite robe or dressing gown looks like it would keep you feeling super snug and secure.

We're definitely trying that out this evening - and it looks like we're not the only ones!

People on TikTok were obsessed when they spotted Cassidy's hack, and commented that they were excited to try it out for themselves.

One thrilled TikToker wrote: "What!?!? 😱 trying this today!"

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A second commented: "You flipping GENIUS!!!!!", while a third awe-struck user added: "EXCUSE ME WHAT."

Another impressed viewer wrote: "I was today years old 😳".

One TikTok user who had also recently discovered the simple dressing gown trick confirmed that it really did work, writing: "I've been doing this for the last few months... amazing!!"

Cassidy has viewers excited to try the trick for themselves. (Credit: TikTok/@itscassidybybee)
Cassidy has viewers excited to try the trick for themselves. (Credit: TikTok/@itscassidybybee)
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Others were confused by Cassidy's trick, asking why there are loops all the way around the waist of their dressing gown if they don't need to use all of them.

One commented: "I did know this, BUT why do some have a hole in the back of them? Lol."

Another asked: "Then why would they have hole loops in the back?"

Cassidy jokingly replied: "To keep us guessing."

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Some people were confused by the hack. (Credit: TikTok/@itscassidybybee)
Some people were confused by the hack. (Credit: TikTok/@itscassidybybee)

In other TikTok news, another creator has got us ready to start redecorating after teaching us how to create a stunning vase for just £5 by using an old Lenor fabric softener bottle.

Yes, really.

Teresa Clarke, 45, from Essex, wanted to buy a fluted glass vase, but with these retailing at around £45 she couldn't justify forking out for the item.

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Instead, she decided to make her own with something similarly shaped that she already had.

Topics: Style, Fashion, TikTok

Ali Condon
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