From Alexa Chung’s favourite sleepwear to exclusive prints from Liberty London, these are the luxe loungewear brands to know.
Let’s face it, we’re all spending a lot more time than usual wearing our sleepwear. The idea of putting on a great pair of PJs and merging into the sofa is something we love all year round, so we might as well make the most of it right now.
Fashion queen Alexa Chung launched her first sleepwear collection for her brand ALEXACHUNG and if the satin pistachio styles, vintage details and paisley prints don’t make you happy to hit the pillow, we don’t know what will.
Then there are the lesser-known brands, including Honna created by stylist Barbara from a cottage in the country with a now signature classic stripe set doing the rounds on Instagram. Liberty London’s archives have also searched by the in-house designers to find exclusive prints for iconic luxury silk sets, and they give you the perfect excuse to get dressed up for staying in.
Best part? The shirts are so chic, if you login to your morning Zoom meeting while you’re still wearing them, no one will guess you’re still in your pjs.
Make a cup of tea, sit back, and continue reading to find all the luxe loungewear brands that will make staying in the new going out.
We would expect the new sleepwear collection by fashion icon Alexa Chung to be as stylish as the ready-to-wear collections, and we weren’t wrong.
The silky PJ set in pistachio is just asking to be worn for a cosy-yet-chic night in. The fashion team suggests you may also want to wear the shirt out of the house in the future, too. Bedtime outfits outside? Yes please!
If you want an alternative to the classic top and shorts or trousers combo, then look to the playsuit.
This paisley print runs through Alexa’s sleep collection; there’s also a gown, sleep mask and shorts and cami top set to lookout for.
Created by style editor Barbara McMillan, the female-founded brand puts the knowledge of a stylist to great use.
With an edit of timeless, classic pyjamas; the under-£100 sets have bridged the gap between luxury and affordable sleepwear.
This stripe pyjama set also comes in six over other colourways. The Stylist fashion team has already seen them popping up on their Insta feeds of the most stylish women.
Desmond & Dempsey
Created by a couple, the Desmond & Dempsey luxury cotton PJ sets are all feature standout prints that won’t go unnoticed.
With a mix of cami tops, short and long sleeve tops mixed with trousers or shorts – you’re guaranteed to find a style to suit you.
If you haven’t heard of Oysho, it’s one of the sister brands to Zara that specialises in lingerie, sports, sleep and beach. Basically all the essentials you need all year round, and they’re actually affordable.
Pick up this silky tie front set and you’ll want to style it up with jeans, too.
Sleek and effortless, these stretch-waist satin trousers are exactly what working from home trousers should look like.
Head to the Hush nightwear section and you won’t be disappointed. Printed sets, super cosy slippers and chic robes make up the ideal staying in package.
This zesty set will have you in the mood for summer without having to leave your house.
Known for its exclusive printed designs, Liberty London is the go-to for gifting. The latest sleep collection launched last month and features designs found from the 45,000 prints in the brand’s archives.
Sales of its own brand sleepwear has doubled this year, and we can see why – this silk set is one you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
The London-based womenswear brand is most recognised for its iconic printed pjs. The best part is they also have Little Yolke that features all the same designs for children aged 1-10, so you can twin with your favourite little person.
This detailed collar shirt will make for the perfect webcam meeting top, too.
Sleeper is one of the brands that reinvented our summer dress collection earlier in the year with puff-sleeve styles. However they originally began as sleepwear – hence the name.
Still ahead of the PJ game, this feather trimmed two-piece will be the most extra loungewear you’ll ever wear, but you’re guaranteed to want to wear it on repeat.
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