Say goodbye to your tatty tees and boyfriend boxers - it's time for a sleepwear upgrade with these adorable pyjama brands!
There’s nothing we love more than a pretty set of PJs. That’s why we were thrilled to find these local labels that are changing the sleepwear game. Whether you’re looking for a cosy nightie to catch some ZZZs, stylish matching sets for your next slumber party, or just need comfy loungewear for this weekend’s Netflix marathon, these sleepwear brands have got you covered.
Sleep by DUMA
DUMA is already one of our favourite local labels for their easy-to-wear separates that look instantaneously chic. So when they launched their latest Sleep collection we jumped at the chance to place our orders on their gorgeous satin sets. Their beautiful cami and shorts come in blush, white and black, with a matching robe that is stylish enough to hit the streets…if you dare.
Svas Living‘s Ruang Tidur collection is so cute it would be shame if sleeping is all you did in them! Making lounging around all that more appealing is their linen separates that come in three earthy colours: peach, ecru and black. The pajama set must be paired with its matching kimono robe – we especially love the touches of tenun put on its robe pockets, eye masks and slippers. Love!
If you want to master the chic, just-rolled-out-of-bed look, Sare/Studio is the local label to know now. The pyjama brand specializes in comfy matching sets proving that there are no excuses for a sloppy bedtime wardrobe. Sare/Studio’s fashionable nightdresses and tops can easily be styled for daywear – pyjama dressing is all the range after all – add mussed up bed head, and you’re good to go!
For a sleek sleepy time, we’re currently coveting Harper House‘s loungewear essentials. The modern home label’s gorgeous collection of nighttime wear ranges from traditional pajama sets with slouchy drawstring trousers and matching silky blouses, lace slip dresses, and sexy satin camisoles for optimum snuggles, making you want to hit the snooze button (even more).
Available at Harper House.