Trend of the week: Nightwear to dream for

Do like the Danes and prepare to snuggle in style, says Annmarie O’Connor. Here are her picks for luxury nightwear.

Inspiration

After weeks of egg nog-drinking, mistletoe-smooching, carol-singing, tree-decorating and bell-jingling shenanigans, chances are you’re ferreting out those fuzzy slippers to spend time with family and friends by the fire. Not so fast. Before diving into full scale onesie mode, think of the portly benefactor who suits up to deliver your presents each year. There’s no reason why you can’t cosy up with a mug of hot chocolate while also looking sartorially snug. Or shall we say ‘smug’?

Style hacks

All the feels

For the ultimate feelgood factor, opt for tactile fabrics like silk, cashmere, soft flannel and brush cotton.

Ritual, not routine

Make sleep sacred with a lightshunning eye mask that feels lovely too!

Love to lounge

The irrepressible pyjama trend (spearheaded by Coco Chanel in the 1920s) continues its dominance well into 2017. Guests arrive? Just tell them you’re rocking next season’s finest!

Mix & match

Laura Chambers luxe cashmere cardis, scarves, sweaters and trackpants have us writing that last minute Christmas list to Santa. Then again, self-gifting never did anyone any harm!

Trend of the week: Nightwear to dream for


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