In the winter, combine that same nightgown (or a nightshirt in a shorter length with long sleeves) with nylon pants for a warm, cozy pajama set, perfect for wearing in front of the television while you sip hot chocolate before bed.
Some of their best options include the ultra-warm Irish flannel nightshirt, which dips down below the knees, and the 100 percent cotton Batiste Nightshirt, which is a little shorter than the average men's robe.
However, unless you live alone and you're in the middle of a blizzard, you should probably stay away from the Stewart Plaid Flannel Nightshirt if you're trying to prove that flannel pajamas can be almost sexy.
If you want to bring some excitement into a stale relationship or just feel glamorous for yourself, then ditch the cotton nightshirt and slip into something lacy, see through, naughty…or all of the above!
The Men's Cotton/Poly Open Back Nightshirt (pictured) is perfect for seniors and individuals with special needs, this nightshirt is designed to make getting ready for bed or lounging quick and easy.
Whether you choose Christmas pajamas in a holiday print, matching plaid flannel robes or simply wear your favorite nightshirt, the traditions you create in your pajamas will be remembered forever.
If, however, you're getting something for great-aunt Edna and you heard she's looking for a new nightie, you should probably just stick to the aforementioned flannel nightshirt and pants.
Perhaps it's because the term "nightgown" is more often associated with women's lingerie, while a nightshirt, basically the same thing, is considered a more masculine moniker.
The terms nightshirt and nightgown aren't always interchangeable because sometimes nightshirts come as part of a two-piece set (some include pants and some include shorts).
"What devil brought them here?" thought he, while Tikhon was putting the nightshirt over his dried-up old body and gray-haired chest.