A summer bathrobe can be worn as loungewear, after your shower, first thing in the morning and if you pick the right look, it can be used as a cover up to complement your assortment of swim wear at the pool or spa.
If you see a loungewear set you like in a magazine or catalog and if it's too pricey for you, here's where your sewing skills can save you some money while still outfitting you in the pajamas you crave.
While many other sleepwear and pajama makers are focusing on past designs, this designer is forward moving and pioneers new looks, new styles and even brings a progressive twist to men's loungewear.
A Pea in the Pod: Featuring designer maternity wear (some styles are favorites of celebrities), this store carries everything from loungewear to skirts of all lengths to cashmere maternity sweaters.
Head directly to the Sleepwear department to find everything you need for a comfortable night's sleep, including pajama sets, separates, sleep shirts, nightgowns and even laid-back loungewear.
The best ones are a little bit thick without being cumbersome; fuzzy without pilling; and maybe a little bit colorful to add a splash of cheer and whimsy to your everyday loungewear.
Remember that comfort is the most important factor; you can purchase lingerie and loungewear for their looks, but you should sleep in something that is all about relaxation.
Of course we have bra and panty sets, sleepwear, loungewear, boudoir sets, bustier, girdles and foundations, garter belts, steel-boned corsets, hosiery, the list goes on.
While the bras and panties are done in fun, upbeat colors (think sunny yellow and polka dot pink) the loungewear associated with the collection features the pink logo.
These little white cotton tanks make great pairings with pajama pants and loungewear, and they're sexy for bumming around town if you layer them appropriately.