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These Not-So-Basic Pajamas Deserve A Spot In Your Wardrobe

Luxury pajamas have entered the chat.

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With traditional office attire slowly being retired, we're all looking for more options to be as cozy and stylish. Entering the chat: the luxury pajama set, the perfect staple for mixing leisure and fashion. Timelines have been saturated with luxury pajama sets since March; it's time to get on board. Pajamas are a permanent staple in American fashion and society - especially around the holidays. You can't throw a stone without seeing a family, cute newlywed couple, or best friends in matching Christmas sets or onesies.


But since the pandemic and the heightened focus on self-care, pajamas quickly became everyday wear. From the mom who juggles virtual learning and work, to the young boss building her brand from her studio, a great pair of pajamas can make you feel productive while working from home or taking care of the kids. Since they aren't your normal flannel or cotton pajamas, they can also bring a semblance of luxury to your everyday. After all, we have to hold onto every bit of happiness we can.

The best thing about this trend is its affordability. If you want, you can splurge on expensive pajamas like Daily Sleeper or Olivia Von Halle that specialize in beautiful, luxury pieces. But, you certainly don't have to. Many cost-effective retailers like ASOS and lingerie brands like Savage X Fenty offer plenty of options at various price points. The price flexibility creates the perfect present for someone special in your life, whether it's your mom, sister, or girlfriend. The fabric, the designs, and the small details are the key elements to an enjoyable pair of pajamas.

The days are getting shorter and the nights colder, so invest in something that will keep you warm, happy, and stylish. Keep scrolling to see how our favorite girls are styling their luxury pajama sets.

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