Beauty Sleep Style Challenge

Nothing sums up Christmas and New Year’s holidays better than lounging around in brand new fluffy pyjamas, watching endless cheesy films and repeats. As January fast approaches many are making resolutions to become healthier, be more active or proactive. But did you know January 3rd is the Festival of Sleep? To celebrate this great festival I’ve teamed up with* to share some of my favourite night-wear.

The Classic Option

Classic Pyjamas

Classic striped, polka dot and checked pyjamas are perfect for a night in. Whether you opt for Victoria Secret’s classic pink candy striped or PJ’s, Rosie for Autograph’s black and white checked jammies you will looke chic all year long.

The Cosy Option 

Cosy Pyjamas

Cosy is best in my books. I own more fluffy dressing gowns than I can count. This Topshop beige and white gown with animal ears will work excellently over any of the classic pyjamas above and keep you lovely and warm. Sticking with the animal theme, I love the fleecy grey bear PJ’s above. If you like warmth without the fluff and fleece, a hooded PJ set is a good alternative.

The Silk Option

The Silk Option

There’s something highly luxurious and sexy about silk pyjamas. Rosie for Autograph offers some gorgeous silk options. The red full length silk gown is a great investment, while the black lace and floral nightie is feminine and fun. If you prefer a short and tank combination, the scalloped gold edging on the Ell and Cee set above is the way to go.

The Print OptionThe printed option

If you’re planning a night in with the girls, a printed pyjama is a great choice. The birhgter and bolder the better, much like the yellow and pink floral Victoria Secret’s option. ASOS also offer an extensive range of fun printed PJ’s like the blue cheetah print above. If colour and a bold print isn’t for you, ASOS also offer simple printed sets like this monochrome option.

Let me know your favourite option in the comments below. Enjoy the Festival of Sleep January 3rd! For more information about visit their website here.

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