Remember pyjama parties? They were so much fun.
I am about to have one. Well, not exactly.
Shortly, I will be meeting up and travelling with a great girlfriend and so it will be a pyjama party of sorts. We are both flying into Tokyo and saturating our senses with a tour of the cherry blossom. As the trip is drawing near I am back into packing mode; it is my intention to travel light as there will be much moving around.
The one thing I am really lacking are pyjamas. That is not to say I don’t have any sleepwear but I want pyjamas, the man’s kind, to hang out in and do girl talk until jaws ache and eyes beg for sleep.
I have been browsing and I am in love with every pair of pyjamas from Olivia von Halle.
They are superb in style and her choice of patterns is divine. If I could I would wear every pair she creates. I am a little lost in Europe to find fab pyjamas; in the States the selection is so much broader and the prices far more friendly. Other than one very special pair from Olivia von Halle I have ordered mine from across the pond. Even with the distance, freight and duties it is the way to go.
Nightwear is something I care about; it is not an out of sight out of mind situation.
I want to feel not only comfortable but also look respectable too. I imagine these cute PJs to hang out and chat in. Now I am beginning to understand the term, loungewear. Great friends spending a holiday together need appropriate lounging gear and pyjamas will be perfect. I imagine the hotel bathrobes will come in handy too. I even see a night or two, after long touring days, of room service, pyjamas and a good film. Heaven! I am counting down the days until lift off.
I might be a grown-up but I feel as excited as a schoolgirl going away on an overnight excursion. Super excited, not to mention our destination is somewhere I have been promising to go to for years.
For this pyjama party and I hope many more to come I will be happily ensconced and wearing these. xv.
Let’s Have A Pyjama Party
divine inspiration from olivia von halle
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