Sleepwear is more than just something we wear to bed just before we switch off the lights, especially in winter. During this colder season, we spend more time at home and in our PJs. Let’s face it, no one dreams about getting home and cuddling up on the couch, sipping hot chocolate in jeans and a jacket! Our much loved fluffy and flannel favourites are always first choice.
Take a look at these cosy winter sleepwear buys for you this season. No matter if it’s to wear all Sunday or every evening, you will find your perfect winter warmers.
Fluffy Printed Pyjamas
The go to PJ set. Fluffy, flannel or fleece, we all need a matching set in our winter sleepwear collection. This textured set leaves us feeling cosy, warm and like we’re wearing a blanket. A printed bright shade adds a pop of colour to your night and mornings, so why not?
The Check Flannel Nightshirt
If you’re a fan of nightdresses or nightshirts, find one in a flannel fabric. It acts as a great insulator, so it’s sure to keep you warm even on those chillier nights.
Onesies can be fun, quirky and bold but it also has many benefits. The popular one piece means that air is less likely to rotate so you will stay much warmer. Also, most onesies have a hoody or sherpa fabric inside which allow for extra comfort and warmth. Find a bright coloured piece or a chic printed and subdued onesie depending on your winter sleepwear preference.
The Luxe Gown
If you’re looking for something that constantly feels like you’re hugging a huge comfy warm teddy, this is it! This luxe plush gown has a hoody, pockets and a waist tie. Not forgetting the thick textured fleece, this is a must-have!
The Slipper Boot
Don’t forget the all important slipper. They’re chic, comfortable and therapeutic… yes, slippers can be therapeutic! After a long day in high heels, nothing feels better than slipping into this fluffy pair of boots.
By Fashion Assistant, Tiamara Naidoo
A fashion design graduate and the current fashion editor for Woman&Home magazine. She is a creative soul who thinks fashion should be an expression of one’s imagination, also she’s a self-proclaimed fashion guru.