Life is cosy
As the cold bites, curl up in style and comfort in these snuggly sets from all of our high street faves, writes Deirdre Reynolds
The snuggle is real this autumn with these cosy sets perfect for curling up on the couch to catch up on Strictly Come Dancing.
Ahead of the first lockdown-free Christmas in three years, the high street is awash with LBDs, sequins, faux leather and towering platforms as we all look forward to going ‘out out’. But first, it’s snuggly microfleece jim-jams and mock fur slippers that are calling our name as temperatures begin to tumble.
As energy prices head in the opposite direction, winter woolies are set to take on new import this year. Watch for warming fabrics like velour, fleece and brushed cotton across dreamy pyjama sets and nightshirts in the softest pinks and blues.
And no duvet day is complete without a fluffy dressing gown or humongous hoodie and pillowy slippers or bed socks.
Next, Penneys and Joe Browns are all keeping it green with recycled materials. Meanwhile, Marks & Spencer’s stretchy Flexifit technology means there’s no tossing or turning in your sleep.
Now all you need is a hot water bottle and mug of cocoa.
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