Get your ZZZ on!
Confession time mamas, gone are the days of late nights out and partying at Lan Kwai Fong! I, like many of you, crave a good night in; with clean crisp sheets, a good book and a cosy evening in bed. I’m definitely a comfy pyjama kinda gal, but there are so many sleepwear options out there that we thought it’s worth exploring the nightwear scene.
Looking to get your hands on pretty (yet practical) nighttime options? Here are our top picks…
Wishing you sweet dreams!
These silky soft pyjamas are ever so exquisite. Jet black with white piping adds an elegant air to your night-time wardrobe. Partner the spaghetti strap top or pyjama shirt ($899) with shorts ($449) or trouser bottoms. Each item is sold separately so you can mix and match. Perfect!
Intimissimi, Queen’s Road Central – G/F, 72 Queen’s Road Central, Parker House, Central, world.intimissimi.com
While scouring the streets for sleepwear, our editor, Kat stumbled across Oysho in Times Square. Part of the Zara and Massimo Dutti family, they stock a sumptuous collection of nightwear as well as lingerie and fitness wear. This beautiful silk robe is warm and elegant and retails at $700.
Oysho, B213 – 214, Times Square, 1 Matheson Square, Causeway Bay; 2362 9383, www.oysho.com.hk
Victoria Secret is an online winner every time when it comes to picking out cheeky sleepwear. We are loving this lightweight cotton Mayfair ($305) sleep shirt that’s updated with modal for a super soft feel in a borrowed-from-boy shape.
Home grown Hong Kong online retailer, Grana focuses on its materials to offer modern classics. These pastel pink PJs ($458) are crafted from pure Chinese silk and are as soft as a cloud. The Racerback adds feminine delicate detail as does the contrast piping at the hem.
The Fitting Room, 108 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island, 9779 2445, www.grana.com
You can’t go wrong with Marks & Spencer. With options for dads, mums and children, you have got the whole family covered in one shop. One must-have piece is the Secret Support vests which means you can go bra-less at bedtime.
Marks & Spencer, Central Tower, Basement – 1/F, 22-28 Queen’s Road, Central, 2921 8323, global.marksandspencer.com
Let me tell you a little secret, this vintage rose pyjama set is one of Hush’s best sellers and it’s no wonder. Made from soft and lightweight cotton, it’s just the thing for relaxing at home. Even better, the set comes neatly inside a matching drawstring bag making them perfect for travel too. This online retailer is based in the UK and will ship to Hong Kong for a charge.
If you are finding it hard to unwind then turn to Aromatherapy Associates and its Deep Relax collection for the ultimate night time ritual. Start by luxuriating in a hot bath with the Deep Relax Bath & Shower Oil then apply Deep Relax Balm ($290) to pressure points, which includes a powerful combination of vetivers, camomile and sandalwood essential oils to help soothe mind, body and soul into a peaceful night of slumber. Finally affix the lavender filled eye mask ($740) to breathe in happy thoughts as you drift off.
Aromatherapy Associates, Kiosk 3E, Level 3, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, www.asia.aromatherapyassociates.com
Finally a place to lay your head… We all know that mattress shopping has its pitfalls, mainly on account of our teeny weeny lifts rejecting it from reaching the apartment. The clever people at Skyler.hk have thoughtfully packed their range of single to king size mattresses into a compact box (with wheels!) that fits into any lift, stairway or bedroom. Perfect!
Next day delivery means you don’t need to plan ahead and we are loving the plush blue velvet trim to the mattress making it look super stylish with or without bed sheets on. Mattresses start at $5,000 for a single and up. Also, if you want to give the mattress a test drive pop into their Wong Chuk Hang showroom or take them up on their 100 night trial.
Skyler, Unit 2B, Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong, www.skyler.hk
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