The festive season is always fun, but also physically and mentally demanding. With several things needing your attention, you’re bound to be exhausted by the time your head hits the pillow. You deserve a comfortable and relaxing night’s sleep to be ready for the next days’ excitement!
Here’s a quick look at everything you should know when choosing nightwear, sleepwear, to get you comfy, this festive season. Here’s what you should try –
What You Should Wear to Bed
- Everything Loose
Did you know that skin-tight nighties can pose mild health and skin issues in the long run? While form-fitting clothes such as shorts, tight tank tops, and spandex negligees look gorgeous, they should only be reserved for specific times. While sleeping, the looser your outfit, the better,
Wearing tight clothes to bed constricts blood flow in the body. This is especially true because you hardly move while sleeping. Wear clothes that allow your body to breathe and do not irritate your skin with too much friction.
- Fresh and Clean Fabrics
Wearing unwashed sleep outfits is the best way to invite bacterial infection. While you sleep, you lose millions of dead skin cells, making your dirty outfit a breeding ground for unhygienic organisms.
- Right Fabrics
Choose fabrics that are comfortable, breathable, light and suitable for the weather.
Some of the best fabric choices for sleepwear in winter are fur, fleece, and velour. All these fabrics offer different volumes of warmth and cosiness. Therefore, depending on the climate in your location, you should choose the one that suits you the best.
Sleep Outfits You Need this Festive Season
- Wrap Tops
Wrap tops are fashionable and comfortable since they come with overlapping fabric that you can tighten according to your ease. They generally come with a detailed pyjama set and fit into anybody contouring. Wrap tops are easy to adjust and what’s best is that you can add extra warmth to the outfit by wearing a t-shirt or a cami under it.
Wrap tops are available in all fabric choices. However, for this festive season, you should consider fur and velour wrap tops. They come in a variety of colours and prints to show off your style and quirkiness. Whether you want to feel up to the comfort queen or the sporty-chic aesthetic, you will find wrap tops for all moods and personalities.
- Pyjama Set
Nothing is as vociferous of comfort as the plain old pyjama set. You can get a lot of choices that vary from the t-shirt style, pyjama length, fabric, design, and colour. While some people like contrasting sets, others prefer monochromatic colours.
So what if it is cold? Your body still needs to breathe, right? Moreover, not all nightdresses have to necessarily be short and cold. You can find warm nightdresses that cover your body from shoulder to ankles as well. With unique designs and colours, you can truly allow a night dress to be both comfortable and beautiful.
You can get sweatshirts in several colours ranging from candy to sparrow. You can also choose between round or collar-neck styles to match your style and comfort requirements.
If you like sweatshirts as a sleepwear option but need something extra or a variation, you should look at hoodies. The best thing about hoodies is the variety they come in. Light cotton, gorgeous velour, or heavy fur – you think of it and there’ll be at least one option for you. You can also choose between zip-up hoodies and pullover hoodies.
People generally choose hoodies to spend quality time with friends and family at night during the festive season. They look presentable and chic and also guard you against the chilly winter winds. However, when you get into bed, you can choose to remove it if it gets too warm under the blanket.
Your sleepwear can affect how well you sleep, especially when the temperature starts to fall. Moreover, if you have friends and family over, the day is not the only time to show off your taste! Choose the right night outfit according to what you will feel the most comfortable and warm in and have a blast! Check out Zivame’s new range of sleepwear this festive season.