This list of local loungewear brands will make you actually want to stay home.
Up until this very moment we thought we didn’t like self-quarantining, but then these local loungewear brands jumped onto our feeds and suddenly we can’t wait to lie around in the fluffy robe and satin shorts we just ordered. Lace, plaid, pastels, and avocado print pyjamas? Take our money already.
You know those insanely cute pictures of PJ and lingerie sets on Pinterest? Yeah we’re pretty sure they’re copying Isla. Live out your best Insta flat lay fantasy with these gorgeous pieces. We certainly did.
These aren’t just regular PJ’s, they’re cool PJ’s. No it’s not Regina George’s mom saying this, it’s us, and we’re telling you that ponchos, cardigans, and flannel shirts are the new hot thing in pyjamas.
Basics are given a facelift. What was once considered a lowly fanella transformed into a soft, Egyptian cotton swan (kind of). If you’re not into pink, lace, and all that girly nonsense, we suggest you put on these cozy pieces that combine practicality, comfort, and quality.
1001 NIGHTS (@1001nightslingerie)
Whether it’s loose and comfy patterned PJ’s or feminine, lacey sleepwear you can get it here (and some lingerie, to boot).
ROSANNA LE CAIRE (@rosannalecaire)
This local brand is vintage in a package. Embrace your old soul with these 20th century inspired pieces that will leave you feeling like you could step right into Grand Hotel.
True to its name, the fluff element is not lacking with this store, which carries everything from fluffy robes and slippers to fluffy onesies.
THE PINK POWDER ROOM (@thepinkpowderroom_eg)
Shirt and shorts sets and athleisure are this brand’s speciality. And since we’re all staying home, we’ll be needing something that works for on the couch and on the yoga mat.
PJ LAB (@pjlabco)
These gorgeous satin PJ sets and robes are something out of a five star hotel fantasy. Sit back with one of these luxe satin button-downs, and you can practically feel the self-care kicking in.
SECRET ZONE (@secretzoone)
This brand also probably invented the cupcake, because cutesy is its middle name. Vanilla serves up everything from PJ sets, robes, rompers, and night dresses on a pink cake platter.