The 20 Best Pajamas For Women To Get The Best Sleep in 2023

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Best Pajamas for Women

InStyle / David Hattan

Let me start off by saying that I live for sleep. After experiencing my first burnout at the mere age of 24 (due to lack of sleep), I vowed to prioritize good rest. No Netflix show, no gripping book, and no night out with friends will rob me of my sleep. 

And I’m not the only one with this sentiment. If you’ve ever read Arianna Huffington’s book “Thrive,” then perhaps you recall a particular chapter where the author dove into the importance of sleep (actually, now that I’m looking into it, she dedicated an entire book to sleep as well, called The Sleep Revolution). More specifically, she noted the importance of having a set pajama to turn to when night falls. In her subchapter titled “Sleep Your Way to the Top” (page 81, if anyone wants to follow along), she said (and I quote): “I discovered a number of great sleep aids: for starters, the yummy pink silk pajamas Cindi sent me as a gift… Those pajamas are unmistakably ‘going-to-bed clothes,’ not to be confused with ‘going-to-the-gym clothes.' ... Slipping on the PJs was a signal to my body: Time to shut down!”

Now that I’ve let Mrs. Huffington take care of the intro for me, let’s dive into the best pajamas to slip into when night falls. The J.Crew cotton long-sleeve pajama takes the top spot for its comfort and classic cut. Read on to find the best silk, Tencel, cotton, and more pajama options that are not to be slept on (but slept in, of course).

Best Overall

J.Crew End-on-End Cotton Long Sleeve Pajama Set


J Crew

What we love: The menswear-inspired boxy cut creates a timeless Americana look.

What we don’t love: They run large, so if you prefer a more snug fit, size down.

We love the timeless Americana look conveyed by this J.Crew pajama set thanks to its crisp baby blue color (it also comes in white and navy) and contrasting navy piping. Because of its menswear inspiration, it loosely hangs on the body, giving us elevated Risky Business. The pajamas do run large, adding to the comfort, but for those who prefer something more fitted, be sure to size downFit aside, though, made from 100 percent cotton, the pajama set will keep you cool and comfortable throughout the night, regardless of the season. 

 Price at time of publish: $50

Material: Cotton | Size: XXS-3XL | Colors: 3 | Set: Yes

Best Budget

Victoria's Secret Flannel Long Pajama Set

Victoria's Secret Flannel Long Pajama Set

Victoria's Secret

What we love: There is a wide variety of colors, sizes, and lengths to choose from.

What we don’t love: Reviewers think the flannel feels lightweight, so it won’t be warm enough for super cold nights.

Chloë and Halle Bailey put not one but two Victoria’s Secret items on their holiday wishlist, so now I want a Victoria’s Secret pajama set as well. It comes in 14 different colors and patterns, as well as three length options: short, regular, and long. Not to mention for a two-piece set, $40 is truly a steal — the kind of price that won’t keep you up at night (see what I did there?). Instead, you can rest your tired body in their comfortable cotton and modal blend material. Reviewers, however, pointed out that the flannel feels a bit lightweight, so it may not be warm enough for the dead of winter.

Price at time of publish: $40

Material: Cotton, modal | Size: XS-XXL | Colors: 14 | Set: Yes

Best Splurge

La Ligne Bonne Nuit Pajamas

La Ligne Bonne Nuit Pajamas

La Ligne

What we love: You can personalize this piece by adding a monogram.

What we don’t love: It’s final sale once you monogram it.

If you’re going to splurge on pajamas, choose a brand that knows what they’re doing. And who knows fashion better than former Vogue editors Valarie Macaulay and Meredith Melling? The founders of La Ligne take timeless, classic pieces and give them newfound life by adding a modern twist. Clearly, their mission is evident in the Bonne Nuit Pajamas made from 100 percent cotton. This evening staple comes in six classic colors, each of which has drawstrings around the waist and contrasting piping. 

For those of us who like to put our name on things, the brand allows you to monogram up to three letters on the front pocket in their signature chain stitch. You can choose between ten colors, too. It does come with an additional $35 charge, but considering your name probably won’t change that often, it’s a detail worth investing in. Just remember that monogrammed pieces are final sale, so there will be no turning back. But to ensure you don’t have buyer’s remorse, you can preview your design before committing to the look.

Price at time of publish: $250

Material: Cotton | Size: XS-XL | Colors: 6 | Set: Yes

Best Plus

Skims Fleece Sleep Set

Skims Fleece Sleep Set


What we love: It’s unisex, so you can get a matching set with your partner.

What we don’t love: The pants are quite long, so if you are more petite you may run the risk of stepping on them a lot.

This black and brown checkered pajama also comes in a dark green and gray plaid option, ranging from sizes XXS to 4XL. The slouchy, oversized fit makes the set universally comfortable regardless of your body shape. One thing we know about Skims is that they deliver in terms of softness — reviewers say they hate taking off the set because of how comfortable it is.

Unfortunately, you can’t choose between petite, standard, and tall lengths for the pants, and reviewers claim they run a little long, so keep that in mind as you shop. Spend the night (and day, no one is judging) relaxed in the soft embrace of this option. 

Price at time of publish: $98

Material: Polyester| Size: XXS-4XL | Colors: 3 | Set: Yes

Best Tencel

Eberjey Gisele Long PJ Set

Eberjey Gisele Long PJ Set


What we love: They have a wide selection of colors to choose from.

What we don’t love: While the color range seems to be endless, the size range unfortunately is not.

Nearly 900 five-star reviewers, InStyle editors, and celebrity stylist Britt Theodora recommend Eberjey, which has also been a favorite of Oprah before because they make quality and comfortable PJs you’ll never want to take off. And we really mean that — one InStyle writer gushed that “this set is my unofficial uniform — I’ve actually spent an entire weekend wearing this around the house.” Inspired by a classic menswear pajama silhouette, the loose fit allows you to comfortably relax into the material. You can even add a custom monogram for an additional charge so that you and your family or friends can have personalized yet matching pajamas. And if you have 17 family members, worry not, as there are that many color options as well. That being said, the set only goes up to a size XL, which is not as inclusive as the color range. 

As a sustainable material, Tencel can be considered the eco-friendly alternative to cotton (not to mention it’s also softer). Similar to cotton, it, too, regulates temperature by expertly absorbing moisture, which allows the body’s natural thermal regulating system to function without interference. 

Price at time of publish: $138

Material: Tencel, spandex | Size: XS-XL | Colors: 17 | Set: Yes

Best Silk

Lunya Washable Silk Pajama Set

Lunya Washable Silk pajama Set


What we love: The mulberry silk not only feels good, but does good for your skin as well.

What we don’t love: Although it’s washable, it does still wrinkle a little.

Our top pick in our silk pajamas roundup, the Lunya silk set surprised us with how soft and airy the material is. Made of 100 percent washable mulberry silk, the pajamas actually can help nourish your skin, smooth out wrinkles, and keep breakouts at bay. You’re investing in better sleep and adding to your skincare routine. And if you still aren’t sold, then consider their eco-conscious business practices. They work with responsibly sourced fabrics and less harmful dyes to protect our earth. 

Lunya designed this set to keep your temperature regulated during sleep, too, by using two panels of fabric in the back that create a breezy cross. The shorts also feature side slits for easy movement during sleep (tossers and turners, this one’s for you). While the description does say that you can machine wash the fabric, some reviewers pointed out that it does still wrinkle once dried. 

Price at time of publish: $188

Material: Mulberry silk | Size: XS-2XL | Colors: 8 | Set: Yes

Best Satin

Parade Dream Wide Leg Pants

Parade Dream Wide Leg Pants


What we love: The waistband is extra stretchy and comfortable.

What we don’t love: It is not sold as a set, so you will need to add the top to the cart as well.

Typically made of silk threads, nylon, or polyester, satin tends to be soft and luxurious, but at the same time, when made from synthetic materials, it is less prone to wrinkles and will maintain its shape for longer. For extra comfort, the elastic drawstring stretches easily without cutting into your waist. There is a matching cami and long sleeve, which you would have to purchase separately. And if you prefer these in shorts, they offer those as well. Pick between the two prints and three colors to find your perfect fit.  

Price at time of publish: $35

Material: Recycled Polyester, elastane) | Size: XS-3XL | Colors: 5 | Set: No

Best Cotton

Lake Pajamas Pima Short-Long Set

Lake Pajamas Pima Short-Long Set


What we love: There’s a wide range of colored stripe patterns to choose from. 

What we don’t love: This will shrink when it’s washed, so the brand recommends washing cold and avoiding the dryer.

The set we recommend from J.Crew is also 100 percent cotton, but Lake made this pair, which comes in 13 different stripes, specifically from 100 percent Pima cotton, a high-quality, U.S.-made cotton that makes up about three percent of all cotton production. Because it's rarer, the cotton tends to be more pricey, but it definitely is more durable, wrinkle-resistant, and pill-resistant compared to your average cotton. Not to mention, it’s noticeably softer, which is why it works well in pajamas. The set consists of a scoop-neck T-shirt and long pants with an elastic waistline. As with all 100 percent cotton items, the brand warns against shrinkage, so either size up or follow the wash instructions carefully. 

Price at time of publish: $114

Material: 100% Pima Cotton | Size: XXS-XXL | Colors: 5 | Set: Yes

Best Organic Cotton

Skin Cecilia PJ Set

Skin Cecilia PJ Set


What we love: The organic pima cotton feels wildly soft.

What we don’t love: If you are tall, you might find the pants to be a little short.

If you want the same feel as the Lake PJs but prefer organic cotton, then you’ll love this pair from Skin. Founded on the basis that clothes should feel like a second skin — not restricting or shaping — but extremely comforting, Skin created this set of pajamas that combines high-quality materials, functional design, and sustainable practices into one ethically made garment. This button-down, long-sleeve set comes in 11 different colors to choose from. Just note that for tall people, the pants fall a little short (and they will shrink again once washed), according to our senior commerce editor Chloe Anello. But on the bright side, she thinks they fit true to size. 

Price at time of publish: $180

Material: Organic pima Cotton | Size: 0-5 | Colors: 11 | Set: Yes

Best Bamboo

Cozy Earth Short Sleeve Bamboo Pajama Set

Cozy Earth Short Sleeve Bamboo Pajama Set

Cozy Earth

What we love: It has a 100-night sleep trial with easy returns.

What we don’t love: It comes with a lot of stretch and an oversized fit. If you’re in between sizes, we recommend sizing down.

Named once before as one of Oprah’s favorite things, these sustainable bamboo pajamas from Cozy Earth have risen in popularity thanks to their stretch, quality comfort, and moisture-absorbing properties (say bye night sweats). The material absorbs 40 percent more moisture than even the finest of cottons, keeping you comfortable and cool throughout the night. But you can also feel good about buying them, too. Bamboo requires less water to grow than cotton, and because it sprouts like weeds, farmers don’t need to replant it. One bamboo plant can produce nearly 10 times the amount of yarn in a single acre of cotton. 

After wearing them for a while, you probably won’t want to go back to another set of PJs, but if you decide they’re not for you, Cozy Earth offers a 100-night sleep trial, which allows you to return the pajamas if they don’t live up to the hype I’m giving it. Just note that the fabric has tons of stretch while also cut to fit loosely, so anyone in between sizes should consider sizing down in order to avoid returning. 

Price at time of publish: $124

Material: Viscose from bamboo, spandex | Size: XS-3XL | Colors: 5 | Set: Yes

Best Camisole

Yitty Sattin Pretty Flowy Camisole

Yitty Sattin Pretty Flowy Camisole


What we love: The straps are adjustable.

What we don’t love: The handkerchief hem might be uncomfortable for someone with a larger chest. The elastic back may get uncomfortable if you opt for a size too small.

Lizzo recently created her own inclusive loungewear line called Yitty. I tried one of their nearly naked shaping bras, and oh boy, are they flattering. If their newly launched pajama line holds up to the quality of the bras, then you’re in for a sweet silky sleep. This camisole top ends in a lace V-shape at the front, while the matching shorts (although not included in a set) sit high up on your waist — this creates a cinched illusion without the need for any ultra-tight fabric. On top of coming in a wide size-inclusive range, the straps adjust for a more customizable fit. It comes in both lavender and a watercolor pattern (and one black, for all you minimalists), with the Yitty label sprawled across it. While the elastic band across the back provides more comfort and movement, the handkerchief hem might sit awkwardly for those with a larger chest.

Price at time of publish: $45

Material: Polyester, recycled polyester, spandex | Size: XS-6XL | Colors: 3 | Set: No

Best Flannel

PJ Salvage Long Sleeve Cotton Flannel Pajamas

PJ Salvage Long Sleeve Cotton Flannel Pajamas


What we love: It comes in four whimsical patterns to choose from

What we don’t love: The seams on the interior might cause some itchiness.

Another option made of 100 percent cotton is this ultra-soft PJ set. But rather than the usual minimalist color options, this one comes in four whimsical patterns, including champagne bottles, Christmas palm trees, dogs, and more. Shoppers confirmed that this piece is not only wickedly soft but durable, withstanding several rounds of washing without ripping into holes. 

There is one reviewer, however, who pointed out that the seams on the interior can cause a bit of itchiness. Otherwise, the material should feel luxuriously soft on your skin. You’ll never go to bed feeling bad with a pajama set like this. 

Price at time of publish: $72

Material: 100% cotton | Size: XS-XL | Colors: 5 | Set: Yes

Best Linen

Bed Threads French Flax Linen Long Sleeve Shirt

Bed Threads French Flax Linen Long Sleeve Shirt

Bed Threads

What we love: The linen gets softer with every wash.

What we don’t love: They do not come as a set.

Have you ever slept in linen? It’s like sleeping in nature’s embrace — refreshing, natural, and relaxing to the soul. We love linen for its lightweight, breathable capabilities year round: in the winter, linen retains your heat without constricting airflow, while in the summer, it keeps your body cool and comfortable. Linen also happens to be one of the strongest natural fibers (about 30x more rip resistant than cotton) and will retain its quality while resisting rips and tears for years to come. It also happens to be one of the few materials that only get softer with every wash, so you’re investing in a forever piece here. This button-down long sleeve is both soft and stylish, so much so that you can wear it both in and out of the sheets. It does have matching pants, but you will need to purchase them separately. 

Price at time of publish: $80

Material: 100% flax linen | Size: S-3XL | Colors: 14 | Set: No

Best Printed Linen

The Lazy Poet Emma Olive Zebra Linen Pajamas

The Lazy Poet Emma Olive Zebra Linen Pajamas


What we love: The set is filled with unexpected, charming details, like purple embroidery on the sleeves that read “unconditional love.”

What we don’t love: The sleeves and pants are cut a little short.

At first glance, we were captivated by the earthy green zebra stripes, but then we started noticing all of the tiny details, like the contrasting purple piping along the seams. The same purple stitchings can be found on the cuff of the left sleeve, with embroidery that reads “unconditional love.” Much like the previous option, the 100 percent linen fabric will only get softer with each wash. If you find it looking a little crinkly after tumble drying, just let it sit on a hanger for a few hours, and the wrinkles will naturally fall out. The material allows the pajamas to naturally drape but be aware that the sleeves and the pants are cut a little short. 

Price at time of publish: $250

Material: Linen | Size: XS-XL | Colors: 1 | Set: Yes

Best Lace

Intimissimi Silk Slip

Intimissimi Silk Slip


What we love: The silk material feels luxuriously soft on the skin.

What we don’t love: Lace, on the other hand, is less comfortable. 

There’s something about sleeping in a lacy slip that turns the simple act of sleeping into a sensual experience. This option comes with a lace-trimmed hem and v-neck, which frames the 100 percent silk dress. While I haven’t tried this exact piece, I have been spending the last few months in Intimissimi’s silk-satin PJ, courtesy of the Intimissimi team, and feel as though my skin is thanking me every time I change into it — the luxuriously soft feel is like butter on the body. I can only imagine that this piece, without the added satin, would feel even more cloud-like. That being said, the lace portion might feel less so. 

Price at time of publish: $89

Material: Lace: polyamide, elastane. Fabric: Silk | Size: XS-XL | Colors: 9 | Set: Yes

Best Long Sleeve

Abercrombie & Fitch Cozy long Sleeve Henley

Abercrombie & Fitch Cozy long Sleeve Henley

Abercrombie & Fitch

What we love: It triples as a pajama, loungewear, and going out shirt.

What we don’t love: It’s slightly cropped, and requires high waisted bottoms to fully cover your body.

This long sleeve henley — which can be easily worn to sleep or out to dinner, depending on how you style it — has a very old-school Abercrombie appeal to it, with its wide opening around the neck, three buttons on the front, and slim body. While not explicitly labeled as “cropped,” the shirt does fit a bit short. If you combine it with the matching high-waisted joggers, they should cover your whole body and keep you nice and cozy. 

Price at time of publish: $38

Material: Viscose, polyester, elastane | Size: XXS-XL | Colors: 1 | Set: No

Best Printed

Cosabella Bella Short Sleeve Top & Boxer Pajama Set

Cosabella Bella Short Sleeve Top & Boxer Pajama Set


What we love: You can choose between different sleeve and pant length sets.

What we don’t love: It runs a little small, according to the reviews.

When you’re ready to have a little fun with prints, the pajamas over at Cosabella come in various ones, including this tiger design, a Himalayan flower drawing, some jazzy triangles, and more. They’re made in Peru using Pima cotton and are equal parts cute and comfortable. You can find the same printed designs across various length combos, like shorts with long sleeves or long pants and short sleeves. There’s even a cheeky nightgown, making the options close to endless. The top features a chest pocket with satin piping along the collar and lapels. A common sentiment amongst the reviews, however, is that this set runs a little small. I would size up for a relaxed fit. 

Price at time of publish: $105

Material: Pima cotton, modal | Size: XS-3XL | Colors: 11 | Set: Yes

Best Boxer Shorts

Creased Boxer Inspired Short Set

Creased Boxer Inspired Short Set


What we love: It shows off your curves in all the right ways. 

What we don’t love: Orders can take anywhere from four to six weeks to deliver, and cannot be returned.

If men get to sleep in just their boxers, why can’t women? I find that menswear-inspired clothes often provide a comfortable and relaxed fit that is just missing in a lot of women’s apparel. This borrowed-from-the-boys boxer brief set allows you to enjoy both the aesthetic and the comfort in a more tailored fashion. These shorts come with a supportive elastic waistband that sits high up around the waist, while the matching tank continues to hug your silhouette, showing off your curves in all the right ways. An important thing to point out, however, is that the company is run by a single woman, which is why the product can take anywhere from four to six weeks to deliver. It will be worth it, though.

Price at time of publish: $65

Material: Cotton, polyester | Size: XS-3XL | Colors: 1 | Set: Yes

Best Long Boxers

Comme Si La Boxer Alta

Comme Si La Boxer Alta

Comme Si

What we love: The pants can double as cozy loungewear as well.

What we don’t love: They might be too long for petite women.

More from the boy’s club are these long boxer pants. After purchasing Comme Si’s boxer shorts about a year ago, I wear them constantly, either on their own or tucked under some baggy jeans. And I’m ready to add these dreamy Italian cotton pants to my collection. Something about them makes me want to hang around in bed all day, reading the newspaper and drinking coffee. Their signature label can be found at the front of the waistline with two buttons down the front in a classic boxer style. Boys and girls alike will find comfort in this timeless piece — with a unisex silhouette that works for all genders. Just make sure to inspect the size guide properly — the brand states the inseam is 32 inches for a size medium, so they’ll be too long on anyone who is petite. 

Price at time of publish: $158

Material: Italian Cotton Poplin | Size: XS-XL | Colors: 3 | Set: No

Best Knit

Nia Joan Sweater

Nia Joan Sweater


What we love: It’s perfect for cold winters when you need some extra warmth.

What we don’t love: The size range is not that inclusive.

For all my cold friends, we haven’t forgotten about you. In the winter, I typically need to wear a sweater over my pajamas in order to stay warm. But that admittedly feels a little silly when I could just get knitted pajamas instead, so for my benefit (and ultimately, yours), I found this Joan sweater. This cable knit sweater, with its dropped shoulders and flared sleeves, has matching long pants as well to keep you warm on top of the thick polyester and wool combo — even if the top has a bit of a boxy and breezy cut to it. We wish it came in a larger size range, though, because at the moment it only goes up to a large. However, it at  least has an oversized fit, which can cover a few sizes under one cut. 

Price at time of publish: $78

Material: Polyester, acrylic, wool, spandex | Size: XS-L | Colors: 2 | Set: No

What to Keep in Mind


If you get a recommended eight hours of sleep every night, you sleep for four months of the year sleeping. So, you should probably spend that time on quality materials that encourage rest, right? As a general rule of thumb, we suggest you opt for natural fibers like cotton, silk, linen, and bamboo. But your sleeping habits impact which material you’ll love the most.

Anyone who experiences night sweats needs bamboo material, a moisture-absorbing fabric that you can find in the Cozy Earth Short Sleeve Bamboo Pajama Set because it will take in the excess water and keep your temperature regulated. Those that tend to overheat, however, or like to go to bed in a cool environment, should opt for a lightweight fabric like linen instead. The Bed Threads French Flax Linen Long Sleeve Shirt and The Lazy Poet Emma Olive Zebra Linen Pajamas keep airflow moving in their breathable fabric. For something a little warmer and softer, cotton options like the Lake Pajamas Pima Set in Seaside or PJ Salvage Long Sleeve Cotton Flannel Pajamas can keep you cozy. Some just like to have a luxurious sleeping experience (I mean, who doesn’t). Silk will feel buttery soft on the skin and can transition you from wake to sleep in an instant. Allow the Lunya Washable Silk Set or the Intimissimi Silk Shorts embrace you to rest.


Since comfort can not be compromised when it comes to pajamas, it is crucial to consider the right fit. Pajamas that have a looser cut, like the Commesi La Boxer AltaEberjey Gisele Long Pj Set, and PJ Salvage Long Sleeve Cotton Flannel Pajamas, will likely sit more comfortably around you. For those that are mildly more form-fitting, like the Crease Label Boxer Inspired Short Set or the Abercrombie Cozy Long Sleeve Henley, it might make sense to size up for a more relaxed fit. Remember that those that come with drawstrings will always make it easier to adjust for size, allowing you to take a little more risk when making your purchasing decisions. 

Your Questions, Answered

What are the best pajamas for night sweats?

Before we get into the best pajamas for night sweats, it should be noted that the most common causes for night sweats come internally, like in menopause, not externally. Therefore, while certain materials can feel more comfortable during these episodes, they won’t stop them. Stylist Michaela Leitz has a preference for fabrics like “linen, cotton, and silk,” adding, “Especially silk will feel cooler against your skin, which is perfect for hot summer nights, and linen and cotton will absorb sweat very easily. When we sweat during the night, natural fibers are ideal as they are more breathable, sweat absorbing, and must be cleaned less often than synthetics.” Wellness influencer Arina Negishi seconds this statement, explaining, “I get hot and cold while sleeping, so cotton is the best when it comes to trapping and wicking moisture from my body.” Options to try include The Lazy Poet Emma Olive Zebra Linen Pajamas and the Lunya Washable Silk Set.

What are the best pajamas for winter?

Leitz recommends natural fibers for winter pajamas, explaining, “These fabrics are not only warm but cozy against your skin.” Cotton can be woven into a thicker material, which makes it a great year-round fabric to turn to. Nia the Brand Joan Sweater is a great winter pajama that is thick and soft. Britt Theodora exclusively sleeps in cotton and silk. “Cotton is really great for temperature regulating — I also make sure my bedding is 100 percent cotton,” she explains. 

What pajamas should I wear for body acne?

If your concerns during the winter surround your skin more than sleep quality, Theodora recommends silk as it “keeps the skin soft.” The Lunya Washable Silk Set, which happens to be one of her favorite pajama brands, is ideal for maintaining smooth skin texture. Dr. Elaine F. Kung confirms that what causes skin breakouts on the body are oils, sweat, dirt, and dust, which materials like “cotton absorbs and becomes a breeding ground for bacteria.” Therefore silk, as a “natural fabric that does not absorb oil, dirt, mold, or allergens, can keep the skin cool and dry throughout the night.” Another fantastic option, she continues, is linen. Found in the Bed Threads French Flax Linen Long Sleeve Shirt and The Lazy Poet Emma Olive Zebra Linen Pajamas, linen helps keep the skin cool. Sleeping in linen leads to less sweating, which results in “less body acne breakouts. It’s one of the most eco-friendly and cleanest fabrics due to its antibacterial and dirt-repellent properties,” explains Dr. Kung.

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Bianca Kratky is a commerce writer for InStyle with two years of experience covering fashion and lifestyle products. Having experienced burnout caused by sleep deprivation at a young age, she’s spent the last few years prioritizing rest and healthy sleeping habits to bring her health back. In order to write this article, she tested out a number of pajamas on this list and consulted stylists and wellness experts (Michaela LeitzArina NegisihiDr. Elaine F. Kung, and Britt Theodora) to get an inside scoop on what to consider when shopping for the best pajamas.

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