Fah lah lah lah lah, lah lah lah laaaah!
Alright, all annoying holiday merriment aside, there are few things better during this bitterly cold time of year than holing up on the couch with a blanket, some variation of hot drink (mulled cider, anyone?), and your coziest of cozy pajamas. Yes, that is my ideal weekend routine, and no, I’m not 75 years old.
To help all you m.blog readers get your snuggle on like I do, I’ve pulled together some of the cuddliest lounging duds available. My reco: use some of the cash you get back after returning all of the random stuff you found under the tree to stock up on these necessities; all you’ll need is a cocktail or two and a cheesy Christmas flick to get your wild and crazy NYE weekend going!
Image source Victoria’s Secret
These Fireside Long Janes from Victoria’s Secret are right up my alley when it comes to classic PJs that aren’t too bulky. There’s something awesomely Christmas Story about them, but they’re still cute enough to save you from embarrassment. The only down side: coming to terms with the fact that no one will ever look as smokin’ hot as Miranda Kerr with them on.
Image source Nordstrom
A great robe is essential. This Kensie Hooded Fleece bathrobe by Nordstrom has pockets (Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yep, you could carry snacks in there!), a hood (in case you have to venture outside) and lots of warm and fuzzy fabric for comfy dozing.
Image source Toast
What better way to stay toasty than these Hand-Knitted Slipper Socks by Toast? They’re super cute, fleece-lined, and have a knitted sole for comfort. Caution: knitted soles = high risk of slipping on hard wood floors. You’ve been warned.
The Cutesy Alternative
Image source J.Crew
Realistically, the layered look doesn’t always fly in the sack or on the couch. For the days when you’re getting cuddly with a plus one, J.Crew’s Flannel Striped Nightshirts make a more attractive and equally cozy (if you have a blanket) alternative.
That said, after giving this round-up another read through, I reluctantly take back my earlier comment. I may not be 75 in real life (22, I swear!), but I’m definitely pushing 60 at heart.
Posted by Mary