How your pyjamas can contribute to a better night’s sleep
Are you a big fan of sleeping in the nude and do you do this all year round? Lucky you, because choosing the best pyjamas for a good night’s sleep is not always as easy as it seems. In winter we like to cover ourselves from head to toe (including warm, fluffy socks), but in summer we prefer loose, airy fabrics. Read all the ins & outs here!
Hooray, the time has finally come to wear nice summer dresses again and show off those gorgeous legs! There is one downside, though. In these warm conditions, the heat can linger in your bedroom (especially if your home has a flat roof). Although it helps a lot to air the room by keeping the door open or using a fan, choosing the right pyjamas will give you more sleeping comfort and guarantee a better night’s sleep. We have a number of options available, such as a light slipdress, a fun playsuit or a top and shorts set. View our complete sleepwear collection here.
Tip: Does your room catch a lot of light? Then wear a sleeping mask!
Does the temperature vary quite a bit and does it cool off at night? Then a top and bottoms set is the best choice for you. Are your legs always cold? Long cotton/jersey bottoms with socks and a comfortable top could be the perfect match for you. Or wear a loose sweater over your pyjamas in the evening. That will keep you nice and warm!
Unfortunately, there’ll always be cold days lurking around the corner (or maybe you’re just the shivery type). On those nights, a nice, warm lounge set is just the thing to keep you warm. We’re not talking about wool, fleece and prints – it is summer after all – but about soft fabrics like velvet in a lovely pink colour. Or beautiful grey rib culottes with a frilly sweater. We love it!
And to answer the question how many times you actually have to wash your pyjamas… that varies for everyone. Some people wear theirs for days in a row and others change them daily. But we do recommend that you wash your pyjamas after wearing them three times due to sweat, skin cells and bacteria.