Don’t sleep on these pajamas and loungewear you can get online
Wearing a nice set of sleepwear can help you feel good about yourself
Sep 3, 2020
I’ve said it in my “what’s making me happy” article: Pretty pajamas and loungewear have been my best friends during quarantine. The silk pajama finds I’ve mentioned were sleepwear sets from Studio Lucine, Feminism and Pillowtalk Sleepwear, but since then, I’ve been on the lookout for more online shops that offer comfy clothing for my home #OOTD.
According to Huffington Post, pajamas contribute to our everyday wellness and happiness. Wearing a nice set of sleepwear helps us feel good about ourselves. And if just like me, you feel like slipping into jammies helps in making your day less stressful, here are some places where you can cop cozy sleepwear and loungewear from.
Yes ma, your favorite Taytay Tiangge finds are now available online, and that includes their comfy pambahay.
Shop online through taytaylocal.com
Stay in style even at home with these snug stretch rib knit outfits from Catalan.
Shop online through catalan.com.ph
If you love cotton short sleeve shirts paired with shorts, you might be able to find a design from Zumi Sleepwear that suits your style.
Shop online through kyte.site/zumi-luxe-sleepwear
Say goodbye to plain PJs with these cute printed cotton sleepwear sets.
Message @wearmargaox on Instagram to order
Here’s another shop we’re adding to our favorite places to cop silk pajamas from, and their pieces even let you get matchy with your friends, siblings or even your significant other.
Message @wearpaj on Instagram to order
Header photo from Wear Margaox
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