Triple Temptation: Lounging around

One of the things I have been looking for lately to no avail has been a light cotton summer dressing gown for hospital and ease of feeding post baby. I’m not a dressing gown wearer and usually just opt for a vest and PJ bottoms when I’m up and lounging around out of bed, but I know the post natal wards will be hot and stuffy and I will want easy access so the hunt was on.


Pink bird print kimono, B by Ted Baker at Debenhams £23.70 // Good Morning Beautiful Rosalie long dressing gown £60 // Cyberjammies Bernidette print robe £21.60

I eventually found the Cyberjammies one online then a friend told me her wedding party’s getting ready dressing gowns were Sainsbury’s so I started casting the net a bit wider. There are a few out there, just not in the places I expected and it’s harder again to find one that’s not too short/see through/silky. There’s always Etsy too, but I left it a bit late for that sadly. You should definitely check out Good Morning Beautiful to champion a boutique British brand too.

I hope you like the selection!

Love
Rebecca
xo

PS Thank you so much for all of your positive and supportive comments on yesterdays post. I’m feeling much better about it and it means a lot to have all of your input. x

The Fash Flash: Pyjama Party

I’ve always had a bit of a thing about nightwear, which is a little bit strange perhaps as I don’t tend to wear anything usually. What I do like however is to be prepared for going away or visiting people and a pretty pair of pyjamas is indispensable. Holidays always demand a new pair and recently I decided to expand my collection, picking up these cute bow tie shorts from Gap and wearing them with a peachy vest top. They’re roomy enough for me to stretch my legs out in bed and just short enough to be cheeky on Sunday mornings. 😉


Printed bow waist Pyjama bottoms, tie waist shorts and peach tank, all GAP.

As a result I felt inspired to put together a little selection of pretty and summery cotton printed, striped and floral nightwear, whether you prefer masculine grandad styles or flirty knicker and vest sets.


1. Striped nightshirt – Cocosa 2. Floral Nightdress, DKNY at John Lewis 3. Butterfly vest set – Accessorize 4. Rose print pyjama set – Hush 5. Striped Pyjamas – Cocosa

My favourite romantic nightwear is from Plum Pretty Sugar, stocking kimono style robes and a new line, Castelbel and Trumpet, with gorgeous scoop back necklines and feminine wide sashes in contrasting prints.


Printed tunic and Pyjama set – Plum Pretty Sugar

Tell me readers, what do you wear to bed?

Love,
Rebecca
xo

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