There's a lot to be said for the film style of 60s and 70s era Dustin Hoffman. Tootsie aside, obviously. One of our favourites was Marathon Man where, amongst other things, he was the shining example of how to dress up when you want to do nothing.
His character's usually decked out in a marathon ready sweatsuit but when he does put his feet up, he has a lovely line in towelling robes. We appreciate the velvet robe, but it's not suitable for all occasions. And we've seen Scarface too many times to not think anything but 'late-era Tony Montana' when we see one.
But the towelling robe? It's like the velvet robe's more dependable cousin. And it's comfier, something that should come first when it comes to dressing for the home. We prefer this Derek Rose version (Mr Porter, £80) ourselves. All that's left for you to do is not get involved in a nationwide conspiracy involving the last remaining Nazi. Should be easy enough.