Sunday 29 October 2017

Shopping for nightwear this winter

Shopping for nightwear this winter

After two glorious weeks spent in hot and sunny Thailand and Singapore, I've returned to autumn/winter in the UK. This time of year means getting cosy in the evenings, hot baths and layering up. Winter is officially on it's way and there's nothing more cosy than starting to shop for nightwear. I've collaborated* with Hunkemoller to give you some inspiration on cosy and comfortable nightwear options, as well as review this gorgeous Satin Dot Pyjama Set which has been kindly gifted to me. This pyjama set is a great example of loungewear that is perfect for the colder months.

Shopping for nightwear this winter

Style and fit

When shopping for any kind of clothing, I always say it's so important to ensure your comfort comes first. This is even more so for nightwear, as you need to be relaxed and comfy to sleep. This pyjama set has a lovely loose fit which is great for relaxing and sleeping. There's nothing worse than tight fitted clothing at bedtime, so I always recommend ensuring that the fit is loose.

Shopping for nightwear this winter


I recommend the softer the better in terms of fabrics, so cotton and silk are always good options for nightwear. The Hunkemoller pyjama set is satin which is very soft and has a touch of luxury to it.

Shopping for nightwear this winter

Keeping warm

This is a top priority during the British winter, and a pyjama set such as the one I'm wearing here is ideal for keeping warm due to the long sleeves and long trousers.

Shopping for nightwear this winter

Stay fashionably warm

Finally, staying stylish and warm at the same time is something I always talk about in the colder months. If you can get both, it's a win win! Small details make a lot of difference, such as the polka dot pattern on my pyjama set. It adds a touch of elegance and character to the outfit.

What do you like most about shopping for nightwear in the winter? 

*Thank you to Hunkemoller who kindly gifted me this pyjama set. As always, all views are honest and my own.

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