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A true gentlewoman is always faultlessly neat. No richness of toilette in the afternoon, no diamonds in the evening, can atone for unbrushed hair, a soiled collar, or untidy slippers at breakfast.
Routledge’s Manual of Etiquette
George Routledge and Sons, between 1858 & 1882
Asking anyone to tend to their hair before they’ve had a restorative cup of coffee or tea sounds like a bit too much to hope for. Let’s just focus on the slippers. I’m pretty sure these are cute enough that they will distract from anything your hair might get up to first thing in the morning.