But who could resist comfortable pajamas or household attire that literally whispered, licking and chewing on the cold winter days. All fashion trendsetters are aware that outdated “sleep shirts” should be left behind and equipped with appropriate fabrics for comfortable sleep and theft. The choice is more than colorful. From splash-colored pajamas to cartoon characters designed for lovers of these “sweet” pants, silk shirts for eternal temptations or even a trouser suit for a real nerd in the shower.
But this should not be limited to classic pajamas, because, as in any fashion segment, there is more than enough space in it. Get in and try on a sleeping outfit, like Oysho or leopard-shaped socks and a red jersey from H & M’s proposal. But look at the elegant camouflage or the homemade jacket and the comfortable poncho.
To keep the winter days at home even more comfortable or warm, with pajamas it is nice to wear any gown, classic underwear or fashionable clothes, more like the clothes that are offered in Women’s Secret. Do not forget the always cold feet, which will surely delight you with the same look in the warm slippers. In addition to the classics, decorated with dots or synthetic leather, there are others that remind us of the popular uggs, which, of course, nobody can resist.
When choosing pajamas, you should also take care of materials that can significantly affect the quality of sleep. Pajamas that contain synthetic wool in their composition are considered the warmest winter pajamas, but wool is a synthetic fabric and can generate static electricity, which can be quite inconvenient for some. Artificial wool has the advantage that it is correct, since it is much easier and easier to maintain.
Flannel pajamas are generally very warm and comfortable. Flannel has traditionally been made of wool, but nowadays it can be made of wool, cotton or synthetic fibers. If you decide on the pajamas of this material, first make sure it is a natural or artificial flannel.
Many cotton pajamas are considered the best, but they are not always the warmest. Cotton absorbs moisture, and if you’re upset at night, you can get up in cold and wet pajamas in the morning. In addition, as with other materials, the heat depends on the thickness and type of cotton. Matte or combed cotton is usually of higher quality and is preferable when it comes to winter pajamas.