I heard an interesting, but confusing, chumrah observed by Rabbi Pesach Levi of Lakewood. He said one should get dressed in one's bathroom because one should not appear naked in front of one's personal angel, and because angels do not accompany a Jew into the bathroom. That made me wonder whether we should be concerned about being modest before our angels when we go to the mikvah. Does anyone know the source for this opinion and can they explain how it might apply to the mikvah?
While I cannot corroborate the idea that the angels do not accompany us to the bathroom, I know that there is support both for a similar stringency, and for its non-applicability in the Mikvah.
(H/t @Avrohom Yitzchok)