Not Afraid to Admit It: We Love Christmas Pyjamas

What could be better than spending Christmas morning with a glass of Buck's Fizz in hand and exchanging gifts by the fire all in the comfort of utterly luxurious, silky and sleek pyjamas?

Luckily for us, pyjama dressing has remained in fashion (printed co-ords are still going strong this season), so as far as we're concerned, it would be acceptable to wear them all day, all week, and maybe even all month depending on your December schedule.

Pioneer Olivia Von Halle is always one of our first choices when it comes to lavish loungewear. Inspired by the lounging pyjamas worn by Coco Chanel and her contemporaries, Olivia's directional prints are an influencer favourite. Since her launch in 2011, a number of other young designers have propelled sleepwear into the spotlight: Desmond and Dempsey, Yolke, Sundays London and House of Hackney are just a few names on our radar.

Not sure leisurely lounging is for you? No problem—these work well as a present. Why not pop together a nice gift box, complete with a matching eye mask, for that one "selective Susan" who has everything. Trust us—your mum, sister and BFF will all thank you for giving the gift of a good night's sleep, and a stylish one at that (note to my friends and family—this totally works both ways). Want to get a head start on that shopping list? See our selection of extra-special Christmas pyjamas in the gallery below.

This season's must-have print looks so chic on this set. With a matching eye-mask, how could you possibly resist?

This William Morris–inspired print is just the prettiest thing we've seen in a long time.

and Paper Shapes Shrimpton Lounge Pant (£185)

With a nod to the '60s trend, this fashion-forward pair is the perfect gift for your sister or BFF.

and Dillon Striped Pyjama Trousers (£362)

These navy-and-cream striped pyjamas strike the perfect balance between cool and understated.

and Miana Pyjama Trousers (£129)

Covered in a porcelain rose print with elegant contrast piping, this statement style is not one for wallflowers.

A real classic, these will look great with personalised, embroidered initials.

Decorated with vintage-inspired bamboo, these pj's are finished with traditional tonal piping.

The brand's signature camouflage in a pretty palette of pinks.

The cherry print detailing on these is super cute.

We don't think it gets more luxurious than the original HoH palm print. Style with a glass of bubbly on Christmas morning.

Comfortable but stylish, this take on the traditional paisley print is everything we want to find waiting under the tree.

This pretty pink pair will make you feel right at home in a country cottage.

and Pure Peony Pyjama Trousers (£26)

These silken pj's scream luxury. Style the shirt separately with jeans on days when you're feeling particularly fashionable.

Want to see our plan B for the festive season? Keep reading for four perfect Christmas Day outfits for every family's dress code.

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