4 Great Pyjama Styles to Keep You Cosy

Unfortunately, we don’t seem to have had much of a summer this year in the UK. It’s been raining non-stop since the start of June and the sun has yet to make an appearance, so there’s little chance you’ll be sunning yourself in your garden in a bikini any time soon!

But hey, at least the bad weather means you can keep on wearing those cute, warm and cosy pyjamas you thought you’d only get to wear for one season!

Here are 4 great pyjama styles for colder weather, that will keep you toasty without making you lose any style points either…

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Traditional Pyjamas

Like the ones your granddad wore, only sexier! Long sleeved, long leg pyjamas are excellent for keeping warm as they lock in heat and leave no part of your body bare, well except your hands and feet.

To make sure you look as hot as those pyjamas are keeping you, be sure to opt for luxury fabrics such as silk or even satin, or add style to plain cotton pyjamas with a fancy lace trim around the neckline or cuffs of the sleeves. Prints are a great way to add interest too – I’m a total sucker for polkadots!


Onesies could be described as ginormous babygros for adults. So okay, you’re not going to look sexy in a onesie, no matter how hard you try, but when it comes to keeping you cosy nothing works better! With feet attached to the bottoms of the legs, your toes will be toasty all night long.

If you can’t look sexy, at least you can look cute – find a onesie in an adorable cartoon pattern, or a girly style with bows, polkadots and stripes galore!

Hint: Onesies are also the perfect cosy loungewear on cold Sunday mornings, and if it gets absolutely freezing you can always wear a t-shirt or camisole set underneath!


Nightdresses are the ultimate sexy nightwear style, but a short babydoll and bare legs can leave you feeling more freezing than frisky when the temperatures are low! Instead, opt for a floor length nightdress and add a touch of old Hollywood glamour to your wardrobe.

Long nightdresses come in sexy and elegant styles as well as feminine and girly designs. You could choose a floor-sweeping silk sheath, a tempeting sheer lace dress or a comfy cotton dress in a cute print.

Dressing Gowns

Okay, so dressing gowns are not technically pyjamas, but they’re perfect when the weather is cold so I thought I’d include them anyway. In the depths of winter you won’t be able to get me out of my soft, fluffy towelling dressing gown but when the weather is slightly warmer, a silk or satin dressing gown is both warm and elegantly stylish.

Oriental style kimono dressing gowns are also right on trend for this season, and are available in long and short styles, with long sleeves or elbow length sleeves!

I’d love you know your opinion on onesies – is it ever acceptable to wear one?

Michelle Star is a blogger for Idlewild London, online retailers of designer ladies nightwear such as pyjamas, dressing gowns and nightdreses.

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