Thursday, February 21, 2008

How to selected your sleepwear ?

Why do you need to be selective about sleepwear? All of us go to sleep alone anyway, or next to our spouses or others who probably won't mind the loss of style so much once we drift off to sleep. In addition, who concerns what you're wearing when you go to bed since it will all be wrinkled in the morning anyway? Believe it or not, millions of people do care about their sleepwear, as proof by the brisk sales of jammies and nighties at stores around the world. If you're seeking guidelines on how to choose and buy your own sleepwear, this for you:

Sleepwear is made to be comfy, so keep that in mind. Don’t buy one in a fabric that will be scratchy and spiky to the skin. Sleepwear is available in different fabrics and materials, most of which are made with favorite fabrics such as cotton, fleece, flannel, silk, velour and satin.

Cotton is the all-time preferred for many sleepyheads regardless of age. It's very comfortable and depending on the quality, can be quite soft. Cotton is also a breathable fabric, easy to wash and maintain.

Fleece and flannel are other material that excellent for babies, toddlers and young children, who will appreciate not only the warmth these fabrics bring but also the softness. They're also quite durable and with proper care, should hold their shape for a long time.

Choose silk or satin if you want the luxurious feel of fabric on your skin. The cool fabric glides like a dream and once it has reached the same temperature as your body, you'll feel as if you're wearing nothing at all. That's why many people refer to these fabrics as 'second skin'. For that, you'll probably have to pay more, although if you like luxury, the price will be worth it.

This is an essential consideration when buying sleepwear, whether it's a personal purchase or as a gift for someone else. If you're buying for your own use, try it on for size. Sleepwear should not bunch up in the wrong places nor should seams leave deep marks on the skin. Comfort is a huge factor in choosing the best sleepwear, so make sure to aim for that.

If you're buying for someone else, be sure to know their size or at least be able to approximate it when making your choice. As for the style, again, consider comfort, whether you're picking a long-sleeved pajama set, a camisole, a tank top and shorts set or some of the more elegant sleepwear with complicated designs.

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