This Pyjama Trend Will Make You Feel Super Fancy

Maxine Eggenberger
·3-min read

Although there's every reason to hope that our lives will once again call for dresses, handbags, and high heels in the not-so-distance future, that doesn't mean we're going to turn our backs on the loungewear that has got us through the last 12 months in optimum comfort. Still, now presents the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate said loungewear and seek out chic options that will make you feel elevated, stylish and like you're making an effort, even when you're staying at home. So let's kick off with pyjamas.

Proper sleepwear not only helps you drift off peacefully, but slipping into a soft set also makes you look and feel like you have your entire life together (regardless of what the reality may be). For many of us, pyjamas have become more than just bedclothes. Some mornings, we've found ourselves staying in our pyjamas until our second (okay, third) cup of coffee or until the dog walk beacons. Even then, we've taken to switching up our pyjama look, perhaps pulling on jeans with our nightshirts or pairing a chunky knit with our wide-leg bottoms. Considering their versatility, we think we're absolutely justified in treating ourselves to a pair of silk pyjamas.

Of course, silk pyjamas look fancy, but they come with a whole host of benefits, too. They're great for your skin, as the fabric is less prone to friction. The fabric's blend creates a breathable yet insulating barrier between yourself and the surrounding temperature, meaning it'll help keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. While they're more expensive than cotton PJs, silk pyjamas are one of the most special things you can invest in, and it really pays to buy the real deal. Keep scrolling to see the best silk pyjamas, and soon, you'll wonder how you ever coped without them.

SHOP THE BEST SILK PYJAMAS

Asceno London Striped Silk Night Shirt (£225)

Asceno London Striped Silk Bottoms (£185)

La Perla Silk-Satin Pyjamas (£230)

Skin Tay Yellow Stretch-Silk Pyjamas (£380)

AlexaChung Goldie Bloomer Pyjama Set (£90)

Soho Home Silk Pyjamas (£309)

The White Company Silk Piped Pyjama Set (£189)

Asceno Prague Silk Pyjama Shirt (£195)

Asceno Zurish Silk Pyjama Shorts (£145)

Olivia von Halle Alba Silk Pyjama Set (£395)

Ghost Tabitha Silk Pyjama Set in Charcoal (£245)

Truly Silk Pyjama Set in Blush (£155)

Yolke Classic Silk Pyjama Set in Orange Print (£365)

Paper Winnie Silk Pyjamas in Abracazebra (£295)

Arket Silk Pyjama Shirt (£79)

Arket Silk Pyjama Trousers (£79)

Two Bees Kate Silk Pyjama Set (£189)

Lunya Layered-Back Silk Pyjamas (£165)

Morgan Lane Lovie and Margo Embroidered Silk Pyjamas (£460)

Olivia von Halle Lila Printed Silk Pyjamas (£460)

Yolke Classic Silk Pyjama Set in Yellow and Grey Stripe (£365)

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