The cold winter months are upon us, and it is vital to stay warm without bumping the electricity bill through the roof. What options do you have left? Layers. And lots of them. One of the worst feelings is being woken up by bone-chilling shivers in the middle of the night—we don’t support that. What you’re going to need for hibernation season is at least one of pair of warm pajamas to secure the warmth this winter.
Whether your dad is monitoring the thermostat, or your bed is positioned right under your big apartment windows, cold evenings can still be avoided.
Instead of shivering it out while grasping at the covers, try to dress in warm fabrics that retain your body’s natural heat. Not to mention, it makes cuddling much cozier. Some winter-friendly fabrics to consider are fleece, waffle knit, flannel, and thermals. These materials will ensure your body to act as your own personal furnace.
Here are a few options of cozy PJ’s to slide into after a long day of working:
This set includes a relaxed sleep top and matching sleep joggers featuring a tapered leg. It’s made out of soft, plush micro performance fleece that will warm you right up. There are two pattern options to choose from.
This fun Amazon option has a variety of styles and colours to choose from. These sets are made of 100% polyester coral fleece and are available in sizes XS to 2X.
Made from soft, warm flannel but also encompassing a lightweight feel, this Victoria’s Secret set is sexy and cozy—what more could you want? Made of 54% cotton, 44% viscose, and 2% other fibres.
You can find this fashionable waffle knit set at Hudson’s Bay in 2 colour options—grey and mauve. From the Bella collection, this polyester/rayon/spandex lounge set features a drawstring hood as well as ribbed cuffs. Look cute and hold the heat in!
This cozy thermal set comes in multiple different designs and in regular and plus sizes. These front-button shirt and sporty joggers are casual and cute. Spend your winter nights in these comfy clothes and you won’t be complaining about the cold any longer.
Consider your options, choose wisely (or choose them all), and remember to stay warm!