Getting all comfy and cozy in your flannel pajamas is certainly one of the parts of the winter months that we love. I mean who doesn’t love to feel all wrapped up in the softest fabrics and keeping warm by a fire? While that warm and snuggly feeling doesn’t exactly translate into the heat and humidity with spring and summer, there’s no reason that your pajamas can’t stay just as adorable. Just swap out the snowman motifs and flannels for bright, sunny, and cheery prints with a lightweight fabric. These cute designs will have you feeling just as comfortable and relaxed in the warmer months.
For the transition months where it’s still a little cooler at night, these silky sleep pants from Aerie are a sure thing. They’re super soft and comfortable, and the vibrant print along the leg make them pretty trendy as well. We think those flannels may be getting a little jealous…
Three J Pajamas is the place for luxury ‘jams. You can choose from silk, cotton, or flannel collections, and each set has a sophisticated look. This is perfect for the prepster who’s daytime style is also naturally tailored. Currently lusting over this adorable blue gingham set.
For those of us who try to look just as glamorous as we’re catching our beauty rest as we do during the day, a sexier option is the popular bed jacket from Ayten Gasson. This silky and luxurious piece will give you an air of elegance on a lazy Sunday, even when you’re just wearing it because it’s too comfy and soft to change out of.
Another deceivingly adorable option are tap pants. These are just short enough that they should stay in the nightwear category, but also give you the minimal coverage you’ll want for a comfortable night sleep in hot weather, without going completely commando. This pair from Urban Outfitters is very casual and more like loungewear.
While this pair from Samantha Chang is a little more glitzy being made from silk.
Who says that your daytime clothing and lingerie is the only thing to see a spring makeover? Aside from sexy sleepwear (a.k.a. little to no sleeping involved), pajamas are something that is widely overlooked within the fashion industry. It may have something to do with the fact that generally they’re worn only in the hours when it’s dark and you’re unconscious, but we don’t see the harm in giving this wardrobe a fresh new look. After all, it totally validates lounging around all day too!