Womens Nightgowns - Most of us think that shopping for sleepwear isn’t exactly rocket science, but there are certainly a few tips and tricks that will help you make smarter and wiser choices.
We’re taking the guesswork out of buying nightgowns and sleepwear with these top 7 secrets of savvy shoppers. Keep these hints handy the next time you’re on the hunt for a new nighty, and you’ll be well on your way to shopping success.
If your nightgown isn’t flattering you’ll never wear it, period. If you choose a style that makes you look short, boxy, or just plain old frumpy, it’s guaranteed to end up at the bottom of your pajama drawer.
Take the time to choose a style that flatters your body type:
or when in doubt, choose a soft a-line cut that ends just above the knee for a universally flattering fit. When you hit the sweet spot and find your perfect night gown, you’ll feel great and will want to wear it again and again.
Whether your daily uniform is jeans and a t-shirt, or ultra conservative business suits, your sleepwear is one place where you can let loose, have fun, and dare to wear colors and prints you wouldn’t normally choose.
Dare to be bold and don't be afraid to think outside the box. Pick a leopard print gown with hot pink trim, go for whimsical polka dots, or try a bold color that you wouldn’t normally wear.
Guarantee a good night’s sleep by choosing a nightgown that’s effortless and comfortable.
If it’s too snug, made of itchy fabrics, or feel constricting, you’ll be tossing and turning all night, and that means a bad night's sleep.
Shop for a style that feels soft and snuggly, so you can focus on being comfortable and having sweet dreams.
A woman should have an assortment of nightgowns in her roster to cover all of her sleepwear needs.
Stock your lingerie drawer with a long sleeved nightgown for cooler nights, a breezy cotton style for summer, one that’s a little bit sexy in lace or sheer chiffon, and a comfy nighty in a soft jersey knit that feels like a warm hug on nights when you need a little soothing.
Bedtime doesn’t need to be basic or boring. Make your nightgown feel like an indulgent pleasure when you choose a style that feels luxurious, from the fabrics to the finishes.
Look for cashmere or silk nightgowns, with pretty trims like lace, real pearl buttons, or monogrammed pockets.
A few little extras go a long way in making you feel special and pampered; something you deserve at the end of a long day.
Womens nightgowns don’t need to be shapeless sacks that hide your figure.
Show off your best features, whether it’s great legs, an hourglass shape, or killer curves by choosing unique night gown styles with plunging necklines, short, swingy hemlines, or pretty ribbon trim around the waist.
Play with color to bring out the color of your eyes and to light up your skin tone.
Think of shopping for a nightgown or sleepwear just as you would with clothing and look for styles that highlight your best features.
Not only do nighties come in different lengths, they also come in a vast array of fabrics, from natural, organic, synthetic, sheers, and opaques, to woven, stretch, blends, fine, lightweight, thick, and on and on.
After you decide what kind of nightgown you need, decide whether you want it to be a splurge or a wallet-friendly version and go from there.
Also, do you have sensitive skin or allergies, and can't wear certain kinds of man-made fabrics?
Whichever nighties or sleepwear you end up choosing, keep in mind that there are endless options for finding the fabrics, styles and size to suit your budget and needs.
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