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Nightgowns Sleepwear - You've booked your dream vacation. Now what? Planning what you're going to wear of course.
Whether you’re heading to the beautiful beaches of Maui or skiing the slopes of Whistler, packing for a vacation can be challenging at the best of times.
Without some guidelines you’ll likely end up overpacking (something we’re all guilty of), or worse yet packing things you don’t need (looking at you, flannel nightgown in St Barts), and end up wondering why, after all these years you still can’t master a simple suitcase.
answer? A mindfulness of what you want to bring - and what you truly
need - so that you can avoid temptation and pack only what you’ll
use. Below, we share the vacation secrets for a perfectly packed vacation.
No matter what type of trip you’re taking, remember that it’s a holiday; a break from the daily grind, and a chance to let loose and have fun.
Choose nightgowns sleepwear that match your personal style by packing beautiful lingerie and intimate apparel that are outside of what you normally wear.
Forget postcards and tacky t-shirts, one of the best souvenirs you can bring back from a trip is a new nightgown or pair of pajamas that are locally made.
Treat yourself to a French lace nightgown when in Paris, look for a Nordic inspired knit nightie on a ski trip to the alps, or a sleek kimono inspired gown from an Asian getaway.
Not only does it give you something to sleep in while traveling, but you’ll be transported back to your trip every time you slip it on at home.
A vacation is the perfect time to reconnect with your partner and score some much needed alone time. Pack a few special sleepwear pieces that will ignite sparks, like a:
that invites your sweetie to snuggle up together.
There’s more to sleepwear than what you wear to bed. Stay cozy and comfortable in your hotel room, or wherever you’re lounging, by bringing along a light robe or wrap and a snuggly pair of slippers.
These accessories offer a little extra coverage if you’re cool, and can help your nightgowns double as loungewear when you’re relaxing in the evening or over a leisurely morning breakfast.