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6 Curve Friendly Pajama Sets To Help You Stay Cozy This Winter

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Liberty Print Pajamas by Bedhead

Liberty Print Pajamas by Bedhead

As soon as the temperature gets remotely fall-like I start to crave things like warm apple cider, casseroles, and classic pajamas. The menswear-inspired pajama has been around for ages for good reasons: it’s basic, flattering and an easy canvas for lots of interesting fabrics and ideas. Menswear-inspired pajamas can also be surprisingly flattering on women with lots of curves, despite their potential button up issues. Today I’m featuring six of my favorite sets that span a range of price points and size ranges to get you inspired to find your perfect pajama set for this winter. Keep in mind that pajama sets are popular holiday gifts, so make sure to buy early if you have your heart set on a specific pair. As usual, just click on the image to find out more about each pajama set!

English Toile Classic Pajama Set by Wildfox

English Toile Classic Pajama Set by Wildfox

Wildfox put out a line of Jane Austen-inspired pieces this season, but this English Toile pajama set is my favorite of the bunch. It’s a great menswear look with a classic girly twist – the china pattern print is perfectly sweet without being over the top. This is the perfect gift for the literature or tea lover in your life.

Macaroon Pajamas by Target

Macaroon Pajamas by Target

Some of the best pajamas can be found for accessible prices in unexpected places, like this adorable macaroon-themed pajama set from Target. If you want to treat yourself, they’ll only set you back about $25. I own a bunch of Target pajamas and they’ve help up amazingly well through lots of washing and wearing.

Cotton Mayfair Pajamas by Victoria's Secret

Cotton Mayfair Pajamas by Victoria’s Secret

While I’m not a huge fan of Victoria’s Secret, their pajama sets have always been great. They’re also the only pajama sets on this list that come in multiple lengths, which is great if you’re especially short or tall. These come in tons of cute prints and are surprisingly curve friendly.

Liberty Print Pajamas by Bedhead

Liberty Print Pajamas by Bedhead

Bedhead has always made great pajama sets, but their Liberty of London line is my favorite part of their many offerings. While they’re more expensive, the fabulous Liberty of London lawn fabric and mother of pearl buttons make them worth the price tag. I love this unexpected hydrangea print for its fresh take on florals.

Rosebury Pajamas by Figleaves

Rosebury Pajamas by Figleaves

Whether you’re in love with the latest tartan trend or just an Outlander superfan, these pajamas are perfect for you. The print is classic without being cliche and the elasticized waistband makes them comfortable to sleep or lounge in.

Bettie Pajamas by Betty Blues Loungerie

Bettie Pajamas by Betty Blues Loungerie

I splurged on these now that they’re on final sale and I have nothing but great things to say about them. They are insanely luxurious and feel like sleeping under your favorite blanket while lying on a cloud. They’re still pricey for lots of us, but also completely worth the money if you have some extra cash and want to treat yourself.

Are you a pajama person? Which pair is your favorite?

Holly Jackson

The Full Figured Chest provides creative and elegant copywriting for the high end lingerie industry.

3 Comments on this post

  1. Avigayil says:

    I think the confusion might also be terminology. Pajamas in my vocabulary are anything specifically designed for going to bed.. thus cami and short sets are also pajama sets. Or cami and pant sets.. or long sleeved-top and short sets (rarer)… or even nighties. However, as these are designed for winter most people prefer to cover up, thus I understand the full coverage. Personally, I cannot stand fabric past my elbows when I sleep no matter the season.
    Love the Bedhead set… so pretty. They have such nice patterns.

  2. Nia says:

    So curve friendly means cover up your fat selves. Noted.

    • Cora Cora says:

      Hi! Thanks for stopping by. I admit to being a little confused by this comment since pajama sets, by virtue of being what they are (a top and bottom which more or less resemble a jacket and pair of trousers) tend to be rather covering…for all genders and people of any size. It’s a bit like complaining that bikini panties have a lower rise than high-waist briefs; that’s what the garment is meant to have. In the case of this article, ‘curve friendly’ refers to the size range and how accommodating these brands can be for those who identify as curvy. It sounds like this may be your first time stopping by The Lingerie Addict, so I highly encourage you to check out some more of Holly’s posts.
      Have a great day,

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