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7 pyjama sets to treat yourself to for autumn and winter


by Erin Lindsay
12th Oct 2020
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New-season doesn’t always mean new wardrobe, but when it comes to what you wear to bed, a cosy update is always a good idea


While the news this weekend was particularly stress-filled and gloomy, at the very least, we had some of the most beautiful autumn weather outside so far this year. Perfectly crisp air, bright sunshine and all the colours of the autumn palette were in full bloom, and after a day or two of enjoying it all, we wanted nothing more than to return to bed and relax.

A new set of autumn pyjamas should be like a warm hug – soft, comforting, something you want to stay in all day. You may normally associate new pj’s with high street fast fleecy fashion, but this year, why not indulge in something more luxurious? God knows we all deserve it.

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Irish flannel pyjamas in red and purple tartan, €69.50 from Irish Tweeds

 

Satin pyjamas, €27.99 from H&M

 

Cotton printed pyjama trousers, €39, and pyjama shirt, €39 from COS

 

Lauren by Ralph Lauren santeen floral pyjamas, €108.21 from Arnotts

 

Women’s flannel pyjamas, €34.90 from Uniqlo

 

DKNY Classic cheetah pyjamas, €85.12 from Arnotts

 

Poetic Vista 100% organic cotton pyjamas, €190 from Moon + Mellow


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