Are you someone that swaps out your pajamas during the cold weather season? As the seasons change, we all go through the process of swapping out our wardrobe from summer to winter, and for some of us that does include swapping out our pajamas. I used to be one of those people. But after a while, I realized that having pajamas to wear all year round are the best kind of pajamas to have. It’ll keep you from having to swap out any clothes and there are key pieces that you can get to keep your comfortable no matter the season.
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When it comes to choosing the right pajamas to wear all year, I’ve picked a few key tips for picking out the best pajamas along with sleep essentials that will keep you comfortable each and every season.
GET THE BASICS
In the same way that many people create a capsule wardrobe, create a capsule collection of pajamas. All you need in your collection is a short-sleeved, nightshirts/dress, or tank top and two types of bottoms – shorts and pants. Show your personality by getting them in colors, prints, or styles that you like and then even go a little crazy and mix and match. I’m one that wears shorts every season because I’m obsessed with blankets, and they are piled on my bed anyway. Plus, I find it uncomfortable to sleep in pants. Typically, I wear my pajama pants around the house when I get up and need to put something on over my shorts or underneath my nightshirt.
ADD A FEW ACCESSORIES
Having a few nighttime accessories can also get you through the nights each and every season. My suggestion is to get a comfortable robe and some sleep masks. I love robes for the colder seasons so that I can put them over my short pajama sets like the floral print pajama set in this post. Sleep masks are also great for the summer mornings when the sun comes up just a little too early and you don’t have blackout curtains.
PUT SELF CARE INTO YOUR NIGHTTIME ROUTINE
Though comfortable pajamas are super important when it comes to a great, comfy sleep, you’re skincare routine at night can be a game changer. I’ve learned over the years that I sleep better when I have self care moments right before bed. So make sure that you’re taking the time to take care of your skin right before bed, because it will make a huge difference.