Add a touch of Spring to your nightwear!

Any time of the year is a great time to be buying new nightwear, but Spring stands out to us! What better way to celebrate your Spring clean mode than with a new nightwear set to keep you cool in the warmer nights, but maintain body temperature for the cooler, breezier evenings. We've gathered a selection of our favourites for Spring, and even thrown in a few Spring slipper recommendations.
Treat yourself this Spring to a new nightwear wardrobe.

Bamboo Benefits

Temperature Controlling - The Bamboo material traps warm air in the cross-sections fibres, whilst also having wicking properties, meaning it will pull moisture away from the skin allowing it to evaporate. The perfect material for Spring pyjamas.

Bamboo Cami Short Set

Ideal to be worn in the warmer months, the cami features a contrasting coloured piping trim, while the shorts boast a quality, satin bow. The cami straps are adjustable and this style is designed to be worn by women of all ages. With the temperature controlled Bamboo material you'll be comfortable all season long.

Bamboo Shirt Short Set

We’re proud to have perfected this cute silhouette into the most flattering of shapes; relaxed yet tailored, a truly stunning set. The ideal combination of our full length pyjama and the cami short set, for those of us who prefer a little more coverage in our nightwear.

Bamboo Chemise

We’ve kept it simple with our chemise, as sometimes, simple is best. With adjustable straps and the Bamboo material, it is the perfect chemise shape, draping beautifully over the body, flattering curves where you have them and allowing you to be comfortable and cool through the night.

Amelie

A slipper for every season; this elegant toe-post style fits into the core collection as one of our best-sellers all year round, allowing comfort and your feet to breathe. Each season we’ve evolved our faux fur toe post, arriving at perfection with our Amelie style.

 


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