Something I've come to understand about pajamas is that every woman needs a pair of practical ones that their in-laws, parents or friends can see them in. Being comfortable and more importantly covered is key; for there is nothing quite like a sheer and clear view on a cold winter's day to make your headlights obvious and embarrassing.
Pajamas make for a fabulous holiday gift because they are something that every chic chica loves and needs, however they can dramatically range in price. Here are a few practical and precious pajamas I think you'll love as much as I do.
BedHead Pajamas come in a variety of flannels, cottons, luxury fabrics and separates. I just thought these wild thing patterned pjs with hot pink piping made flannel look fierce! Made from 100% fine cotton, they are so super soft and cozy, you'll want to lounge in them all of the time. This also means that they will only get more fabulous with wash and wear, however, if you want to be able to put them in the dryer, order them one size bigger and you'll never have to worry. Buy them here for $114.
PJ Salvage Pajamas were created on the revelation of Mr. Salvage that 'being comfortable makes people happy.' These pajamas have surely lived up to their intentions. I got a pair as a gift after getting my appendix out almost 6 years ago, and I've lived in them ever since. Made from cottons, flannels, thermals and satins, the line has expanded and taken off. You can buy the pair of pjs pictured here for $65, however you can also purchase separates on the site too. To see a list of smitten celebs who are also addicted to PJ Salvage, click here.
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Brooks Brothers Pajamas make a great "PJ." You don't have to iron them and they are conservative yet cutesy. I love this notched collar and classic button front style. They come in stripes, plaids, solids and a few different fabrics, but I liked these the best. Also, the drawstring waist is comfy and non-constricting. They also come in a mesh travel bag. Buy them here for $70. Available in pink or blue.