The best loungewear brands to wear this holiday season
The holidays bring everything that makes you dizzy: traditional meals, time spent with loved ones, the exchange of gifts that you have kept secret for months. But for us, it’s the anticipation of quality downtime that’s most exciting. And with that, a very comfortable all-day sleepwear and loungewear wardrobe to lean into wholeheartedly.
While fashion trends haven’t been so subtly more laid back over the past couple of years, there’s still something particularly indulgent about fancy pajamas, the ones you don’t just wear when you’re oblivious. Instead, among the 10 labels below are thermal sets you’ll layer for a day of classic board games and movies, and silky pieces you’ll intentionally style with velvet slippers for a toast. festive midnight followed by 12:08 am. bedtime.
Overall, these brands stand out with their special feel, even during your most mundane projects. Coming up, shop them all.
We love a brand that tells you what to expect on their behalf. And Nap loungewear offers a minimal, soft aesthetic that makes your favorite bedding feel like it has come to life (although, yes, it does bedding too). We are particularly drawn to the extra plush fleece robe that we would shamelessly wear 24 hours at a time.
Morgan Lane is behind some of the most luxurious silk sets and playful prints that add personality to your bedtime wardrobe. Don’t jump on the knitwear collection; However, rainbow pastel coordinating sets don’t have to be sleepy, figuratively speaking.
Many sleepwear brands can claim to make the softest, most comfortable items you’ve ever worn, but Lake walks the walk. Her classic 100% Pima cotton sets are something you’ll look forward to wearing every night, while the kimono-style set features a wrap-around silhouette you’ll be tempted to go for the day as well.
The Ukrainian brand Sleeper has in recent years become synonymous with comfortable and refined sleepwear. And frankly, the alluring combination of silk and feathers is far from exhausted. We love all of the brand’s classic pajama designs for the holidays, but we’ll also keep the new, slim-fit knit sets rotating for us to relax.
London-based label Olivia von Halle recently launched The Contessa Slipper, a velvet slip-on that truly complements their lavish loungewear designs. Plus, you’ll find silk and velvet sleepwear irresistibly pleasant to the touch, some that are just too pretty to keep under blankets.
Lunya silk sleepwear is distinguished by its washable quality. In other words, its luxurious fabrics and modern silhouettes don’t look too precious and don’t come with annoying “dry clean only” warnings.
If your ideal way of respite is one with a bit of old-world charm, Une Femme New York is an independent label to know. The models are made with recycled and unused materials resulting in stunning silk and lace sets inspired by Versailles, quilted Victorian dressing gowns in beautiful floral designs and other modern reimaginations of vintage nightwear .
Made in its workshop in Nigeria, Prayers & Plans is a sustainable development conscious brand that creates silk pajamas for noon, midnight and all intermediate shots. While her designs include timeless long-sleeved ensembles, the line’s flowing long dresses in organic cotton and linen also stand out for their elegance and ease.
As the brand name suggests, Leset is known for their two-part outfits. They’re ideal for napping, Netflix-ing, or low-energy dressing that always looks intentional and fresh. We’re here for all of the line’s coordinating looks in silk, modal, wool and more. And yes, there is also a relaxed cardigan jumpsuit for those who appreciate walking even less for dressing.
For maximalists and print lovers alike, UK-based Desmond & Dempsey has an extensive collection of pant set options, nightgowns, and plenty of comfy accessories for the most mindful couch potato. detail.