The best part about working from home is being able to lounge in your pyjamas all day long—agree? And now that the Movement Control Order is being extended until April 14, there’s no better time to invest in good sleepwear that you could lounge, work, and sleep in for the next few weeks. Your baggy T-shirt and shorts may be your favourite “home clothes”, but trust us when we say that these pieces are the ones you, your body, and your sleep deserve. Most of the brands on our list offer options for men and kids too, so seeing how the family is spending time at home now, here’s a roundup of the best pyjamas brands you can shop from for you and your loved ones right now:
Shop if you’re into: Stylish sleepwear that can be worn from day to night
Founded by two former editors Kate Zubarieva and Asya Varetsa, Sleeper is one of the most popular brands on our list for one simple reason: the pieces can be worn for almost every occasion—yes, even for weddings. From dresses to pyjama sets to robes, you can shop the products based on the four materials—linen, silk, viscose, and cotton—available, and the brand also offers stylish picks for men and kids too.
2) Morgan Lane
Shop if you’re into: Sleepwear that embodies style and comfort
Established in 2014 by Morgan Curtis, the daughter of womenswear designer Jill Stuart, Morgan Lane was an outlet for her to explore her passion for illustration and lingerie, before she started introducing sleepwear that became one of its core offerings today. With celebrity clientele including Kelly Rowland, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, Morgan Lane, it’s one of the most well-loved brands by celebrities and influencers alike. On top of sleepwear, the brand has a range of swimwear and lingerie that’s equally cute too.
Shop if you’re into: Fuss-free pyjamas that’ll keep you cosy and comfortable all night long
Eberjey (which translates to “closeness, goodness, and joy” in Nigerian) has one simple goal: To offer lingerie and sleepwear that real women will look and feel good in. Aside from a wide range of pyjamas sets (in all the colours), the pieces are also made from the softest materials.
Shop if you’re into: High-quality silk nightwear that radiates ultimate glamour
Taking inspiration from Coco Chanel’s lounging pyjamas in the ‘20s, Olivia von Halle set out to design the perfect pair of pyjamas, which led to the birth of her eponymous label in 2011. Fast forward nine years later, the luxury nightwear brand has garnered celebrity fans including Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham. From cami top-and-shorts to sweatsuits and pyjamas sets, just when you think that Olivia von Halle has them all, the brand also offers midi dresses and gowns in the same material that are equally worth lusting over.
Shop if you’re into: Statement sleepwear in joyful prints
If your style is anything but minimal, Desmond & Dempsey’s pyjamas should be on your radar. Founded by husband and wife team Molly Goddard and Joel Jeffery, their sleepwear features exclusive, hand-painted prints that are inspired by their Sunday adventures. The brand also offers matching pyjamas for men and kids, so you can get your tripling (or quadrling) game on.
Shop if you’re into: No-frills pyjamas sets and homeware
Initially started out as a bedding brand, London-based Piglet in Bed also has a sleepwear line that’s made in the same 100% French flax linen that gets softer with each wash. The brand currently offers pyjamas shorts and trousers set in classic, muted hues, so they’re perfect for those who are all about quality selections that are fuss-free.
Shop if you’re into: Accessories, stationaries and sleepwear in boho prints
If you’re obsessed with prints and Desmond & Dempsey’s designs didn’t quite hit the spot, Printfresh’s sleepwear range might have the perfect pick for you. Their motifs range from quirky to nature theme, but they’re all pulled together with the brand’s boho core.
Shop if you’re into: Minimal designs with a socially conscious message Founded by actress Robin Wright and designer Karen Fowler, Pour Les Femmes (“for women” in French) is a sleepwear brand that aims to give back. The label’s pieces are partially made by the Congolese women who are survivors of violence, and through this partnership, the duo aims to help them support themselves, and to provide a means to send their children to school. Design-wise, the pared down pieces (such as its slip dress) can be dressed up or down, and they’re more versatile than you think.
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