For me and my bloated IBS belly, nothing beats the comfort of my trusty pyjamas. The first thing I do when I get in from work is pull mine on, it’s normally the highlight of my day! A weekend with no plans, I’ll stay in my pyjamas. Friend coming round but you don’t want to get changed, pyjamas. In my dream world, I’d wear pyjamas 90% of my time.
These are the five pairs I’d like to be snuggled up in.
1. Avocado Print Tee & Jogger Pyjama Set, ASOS, £26
AVOCADOS! I couldn’t want these more. The two perfect avocados over the boobs, adore. The baby avocados covering the jersey pants, adore. Is it strange that these make me feel peckish? I gotta get me some chips, pronto.
2. Striped Pyjama Shirt and Trousers, Topshop, £46
I bloody love a stripe and I bloody love an oversize shirt, so these tick two boxes. They look roomy enough to allow my IBS bloat to expand comfortably but also tres chic. You could wear the shirt during the day with a pair of jeans before swapping for the bottoms as soon as you’re back home, taking your PJs from day to night. Thus meaning I could technically live in my PJs 100% of the time! Winner!
3. Mixed Plaid Flannel Pyjama Set, J. Crew, £95
This list would not be complete without a bit of plaid. Red plaid I should say, which if you ask me, is the best kind this close to Christmas. And they’re flannel which means they’ll be extra cosy. Ideal for weekends spent watching Miracle on 34th Street and Elf. Yes, they are my favourite Christmas films and yes I have watched one of them already.
4. Printed Button Through Pyjamas, Next, £38
These pyjamas look like my ideal tropical holiday. The greenery looks so luscious. I can imagine lying in bed with my waterfall playlist on, dreaming that I’m on an exotic island somewhere. A dream holiday for under forty quid. You’re on.
5. Pure Silk Revere Collar Pyjamas, Rosie for Autograph, M&S, £99
While I would rather stick pins in my eyes than pay £99 for one pair of pyjamas, these do look bloody gorgeous. The shiny silk is drawing me in. Although I always imagine that I’d just slide off the sofa or the bed with these on. However, if they come with Rosie HW’s body, I would consider coughing up the dough.
If I had to get a tattoo, I’d get ‘Pyjamas 4 Life’ on my left bum cheek. That’s how dedicated I am. Again, you’re welcome.
So there you have it. Those are the pyjamas my IBS and I would like to live in. Drop me a comment letting me know your faves.