Putting on a favorite pair of pajamas is a sure-bet way to unwind. Here, the sleepwear that we swear by—plus some investment pieces that we dream about. Do you have a favorite? Let us know.
Above: We all like the new home collection from Japanese company Arts & Science: the Night Shirt made from 100 percent organic cotton is ¥30,000 ($260 USD).
Above: A reader tipped us off to Marigot, a New York–based maker of sleepwear. We like the Maya Check Long Pajama Set made of 100 percent cotton for $150 from Margiot.
Above: Francesca uses the same white towels (from Land’s End) and white sheets interchangeably throughout her house. She sleeps—no surprise—in a white J. Crew Vintage Pajama Set; $95.
Above: Alexa’s dream pajama set is from Margaret Howell. The Relaxed PJ Shirt is £235 ($297 USD) and Gathered back PJ Trousers is £245 ($310 USD), both in off white linen. She likes the idea of the PJ Shirt doubling as a daytime top.
Above: Julie likes Domi’s Classic Pajamas, made from 100 percent cotton; $168 from Makie.
Above: For the woman or man who has everything: the silk Pajama Set from luxury bedding purveyor Olatz (Schnabel); $750 at Tiina the Store.
Above: Annie’s pick is the Clover Pajamas in white linen from Linen Tales; €83 ($87) for the set.
Above: Understated luxury from Araks: made-in-the-US cotton pajamas with contrasting silk chiffon piping and mother of pearl buttons. The Shelby Pajama Top in Mini Floral is $265 and Tia Boxer in Mini Floral is $140.
Above: Myles tipped us off to Coyuchi’s Men’s Heather Flannel Pajama Set. Made of organic cotton by a German family-owned mill in business since 1885; $158.40. Inquire about the availability of women’s sizes.
Above: Christine’s favorite: Tonight Button-Front Pajamas from 130-year-old Swiss company Hanro, are made from their signature silky mercerized cotton (and last for years); $148.50.