Pajamas or a short chemise? Shorts or a babydoll? Long nightdress or cropped pajamas? Cotton or satin? Should I be comfortable?

Overwhelmed with all the styles of nightwear? Don’t know which one to buy? Don’t worry, we understand! We’re here to explain the benefits of each style, so that you can wear the most comfortable style for every occasion.

1. Pajamas

Who doesn’t love pajamas? They are every girl’s comfort wear. After a long hard day, we want nothing more than to curl up in our comfiest pajamas with a cup of tea. They are cozy and soft and perfect to relax in. Another benefit is that they are modest and good to wear around the house when you have guests. You can also add a cover-up to your nightwear to be more comfortable outside the privacy of your room.

2. Shorts

Shorts can be your best friend.Some love shorts so much they even dare them even in the winter because of how comfortable they are. Shorts are the perfect buy for those hot days when you want your legs to just be bare and cool. When you are lounging around at home, sprawled on the sofa in front of the tv, shorts are the perfect option.

3. Short nightdress

Short chemises or nightdresses are the perfect way to keep cool and fresh during the summer and still maintain your chic style. If you don’t like the restriction of pajamas then chemises are perfect for stretching out in bed. They are also available in cool styles and cuts, prints and fabrics. Opt for soft cottons for hot summers and sensuous satins for nights that call for a little spice.

4. Long Nightdresses

Long nightdresses might be the most modest of the lot but that doesn’t make them any less sensual. If you have guests or if the in-laws are in town pair a long nightdress with a cover up. They are also perfect for the winter when you want a little more warm cover but don’t like the restriction of pajamas.

The most important thing is to enjoy wearing whatever you choose. Wear what you’re most comfortable in, even when you’re bringing your naughtiness back! Treat yourself to lace, rich satin, prints, daring cuts, and deep sensuous colors. And instead of thinking of nightwear as something to sleep in, think of it as a way to express your true, perhaps shy, naughty self in the privacy of your bedroom.