Since then this nightwear fashion brand has been selling only cotton nighties. Lately, the brand hired a team of designers and came up with a variety of nightwear for women. According to the Fashion Designer Lead of the nightwear brand, Nighty House, following are the various types of nightwear that have been introduced in the catalog: - Nightgown The Fashion lead explains that the nightgown which the brand was selling earlier was only cotton made, however, the brand now sells it in nylon, satin and silk too. The length of the nighties are till the feet, and some of them are embellished with lace as well as embroidery on the hemlines and the cup area. - Night Shirt The Brand Manager shared that some ladies like nighties, however, are not much comfortable in it because of its structure. They think that it is an old fashioned nightwear. The brand manager added that, for such customers, to make them feel comfortable while they sleep, night shirt was introduced in the catalog. The young population would be the probable customers for the night shirt nightwear. - Peignoir Adding on to the versatility of the nightwear for women , the fashion mentor at the nightwear brand house shared that along with the cotton, silk, satin, nylon nighties and night shirt the company has also introduced a peignoir which a typical nightwear, in the shape of a long gown with a panty already attached in it. So ชุดนอนน่ารัก พร้อมส่ง the lady does not need to wear it separately.
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Robert Jenner, from Eccles in Kent, was found not guilty of all charges after a two-day trial at Maidstone Magistrates' Court. The court was told his naturism was "perfectly legal". Mr Jenner had denied 13 charges, two of which were dropped. The prosecution had alleged he was an exhibitionist and not a naturist. Witness Fred Black told magistrates he was disgusted: "There's kids walking up and down that street 24/7. People don't want to see that. It's not right." But Mr Jenner's defence team said he believed his behaviour to have been reasonable - a freedom of expression. Alex Davey, for the defence, said Mr Jenner was not "flaunting his nakedness". Ms Davey said: "It is not illegal per se to be naked in public. Naturism is perfectly lawful and is considered a freedom of expression." She argued just because some people might feel surprised or uncomfortable, that did not make Mr Jenner's behaviour disorderly, nor did it make it a crime.