5 Pairs of Pajamas Because It’s Cold

My house is freezing.  That’s what insulation made pre-1960 will get you, chills.  So I need pajamas to stay warm.  And with the holidays coming for us at bullet-train speeds, we should probably talk about good pajamas.

My go-to spots to buy pajamas: Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack.  I find the coziest, most comfortable, good quality pajamas.   I feel no need to branch out.  If you have a spot that you love, feel free to leave it in the comments.

Nordstrom Moonlight Pajamas

The best. My favorite.  So cozy, but still lightweight enough for year-round wear.  Owned them for 1+ years, washed over 100 times, just starting to look like I might need to think about a replacement in three-is months.  Also in plus.

PJ Salvage Print Flannel Pajamas

Nordstrom Flannel Jogger PJs (also in plus)

Everly Grey Maternity/Post Partum Pajamas

PJ Salvage Just Peachy Pajamas

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  1. strin012 says:

    I love PJ Salvage, too! But my favorite PJ sets come from GAP. The key is to buy them on Black Friday, when they’re 50% off (usually makes them ~$30).

    November 14, 2019/Reply
  2. amanda says:

    Have you looked into getting an energy audit of your home performed by your local electric company? There may be some small changes you can make that will improve the comfort in your home. We owned a c. 1915 duplex and we did add insulation to the attic, foamed around windows, etc. and it all made a noticeable difference.

    November 14, 2019/Reply
    • Belle says:

      There are some things, but we’ve reached the end of our remodeling budget, so we’re waiting for next year.

      November 14, 2019/Reply
  3. Rebecca says:

    My son is at the age when he wants the same pajamas as me, so I buy ours at Hanna Andersson. The quality is top-notch, they’re often made with organic cotton, and they have plenty of prints and stripes to choose from.

    November 14, 2019/Reply
  4. D says:

    The ‘Stars Above’ line at Target is so, so soft and holds up incredibly well!

    November 14, 2019/Reply
  5. Lost says:

    Last winter, I tried Soma for PJs. They’re soft, comfortable, and great quality. Bonus for those of us who are on the shorter or taller side – their PJ bottoms come in different inseams! I like both the Embraceable and Cool Night Sleep and now own several sets. has frequent sales.

    November 14, 2019/Reply
    • BN says:

      Soma makes excellent PJs! I got my first pair years ago as a gift and now I get a new pair every year. Fun prints, good Black Friday deals, and they hold up really well with multiple washings (over several years!).

      November 14, 2019/Reply
  6. traines says:

    Allow me to introduce the plush, zip front caftan for winter.

    I just bought one and it is LIFE CHANGING. It’s warm, comfy and surprisingly chic with the stand up collar and rolled cuffs. I ordered mine from Bergdorf Goodman, but you can find them in several styles at Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Amazon, etc.

    November 14, 2019/Reply
  7. Julia says:

    I just got some really cute soft ones from Soma… are they an old lady brand?? I dunno. I just know they’re soft, have pockets, and the satin front top is a little glam.

    November 15, 2019/Reply
    • Julia says:

      oh! Plus it has pants but a short sleeve top! I sleep to hot for long sleeves even if it’s freezing outside!

      November 15, 2019/Reply
  8. Katie says:

    Especially this time of year, Costco has some great pajama options!

    November 18, 2019/Reply