If it were socially acceptable to always be able to wear pajamas, trust us, we would. Thanks to passing trends these days, we're able to wear pajama-style (or literal pajamas) pieces to work, brunch, a night out, or anywhere beyond the comfort of our beds and sofas and call it a fashion statement. However, there are always some pajamas you want to reserve for indoor use, ones that you want to wear for afternoon naps, lazy mornings, or nights in—especially when winter rolls around.
We're talking about long-sleeve and long-pant (preferably plaid) pajama sets. Because there's something about wearing matching pajamas while knowing that you are safe and sound from the harsh, cold winter weather that makes them even more special. (Bonus points if you have a mug of tea or hot chocolate in hand.)
To help you firmly differentiate what types of pajamas will make every winter morning a lazy Sunday morning (and a few that you can roll out of bed and still look cute no matter your plans) from ones that are easily interchangeable (literally), we rounded up 20 winter jammies that are seriously 10/10. No more worrying about the cold weather or your sketchy heater, we promise.
You'll sleep sound in this pajama set.
Talk about a cozy onesie.
This set will make you want to spend all day in bed.
A classic checkered set with a vintage twist.
Nightgowns can be chic (and cozy too).
We low-key would wear this to run weekend errands.
This set looks so soft.
Lounge around all day in these.
Another set we would shamelessly wear out of the house.
You always need a flannel set in your PJ repertoire.
Polka dots are a great idea even when it comes to sleepwear.
How dreamy does this set look?
This blue-and-white set is super cute.
Try pastels when it comes to your pajamas too.
If long pants aren't your thing even in the winter, this PJ is for you.
Affordable and cute.
These PJs are cool and budget-friendly too.
We won't blame you if you never want to take this set off.
Red plaid is the best plaid.
Another cozy and cool set for the books and your drawer.
If you were wondering if you can wear your new pajamas in public, the answer is yes.