Once you reach a certain age, you start to think about things like the thread count of your sheets. And that tattered college t-shirt you’ve been wearing forever? Well, it’s not exactly the best choice for sleepwear – every single night. But if you aren’t a fan of button-up pajama sets, then what exactly do you wear to bed? Maybe you would prefer something silky that feels cool to the touch, or perhaps you’d be into the idea of a sleep romper. Whatever your preference, we rounded up the best women’s pajamas for a solid (and stylish!) night of sleep. Happy shopping — and sweet dreams!
Instead of struggling to find cute matching sets, get yourself a romper and call it a day. Made with sustainable fabric, this lightweight style, available in opal or blue, is a must-have when the weather warms up.
Whether you’re hitting the sheets for some shuteye or binge-watching your favorite show in bed, you’ll want a pair of these ultra-soft pants. The wide-leg fit is just right: Not too loose, but not too tight or clingy.
This supremely-comfy and spacious jumper is perfect for anyone who gets chilly at night. Made from a bamboo and cotton blend, it’ll keep you cozy without making you sweat or itch. Plus, it’s versatile enough to wear out of the house come morning. Pair it with a denim jacket and sneakers when you hit up the farmers market or grab a bite to eat.
Perfect for warmer weather, these drawstring shorts are slightly stretchy and designed for a relaxed fit with rounded hems that won’t roll up or bunch. Plus, they have pockets! There is also a matching top if you’re into that.
Look, there’s noting wrong with sleeping in an oversized shirt. But why not get one that draws on the stars? Enter this cute and comfy zodiac tee. The best part? You can wear it as a shirt dress to bed, then leave it on for brunch if you’re really feeling lazy.
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