The Strategist: 14 Very Best Silk Pyjamas for Women
We are so honoured to have continued to be featured in New York Magazine The Strategist's Best Silk Pyjamas Edit. Previously included, our Botanical Gardens Silk Pyjama Set was awarded as the Best Silk Printed Pyjama Set, with the following being said about the elegant print:
"London-based label Karen Mabon is expensive but well worth it, as several of our experts name-checked the brand. It’s known for playful patterns such as this not-too-twee botanical design. Content creator Lucy Litman describes its pajamas as “chic enough to roll out of bed and look like you put in maximum effort.” Anello (who was, full disclosure, gifted a pair) seconds this, saying that since the one-of-a-kind prints can be worn outside the house, the price tag is more justifiable. This set is made from mulberry silk and elastane, which gives the pair a little extra stretch. Harrington also praises the brand for its size inclusivity, a rarity in the silk-sleepwear market."
Our Zodiac Silk Slip Dress was also added to the edit and awarded Best Silk Slip, with Author Ambar Pardilla saying the following after trying it out:
"Along with a cotton printed set that I included in our best pajamas guide, Karen Mabon sent me this silk slip to try out recently. I was impressed from the moment I unwrapped it — the slip has that shininess you expect from the fabric without being as showy as some silks can be. I really like that the neckline sits a little high, but it’s easy enough to lower if you play around with the adjustable straps. It feels rich, from the detailed horoscope illustrations to the bias cut that’s body-skimming. This is a very slinky garment; you could consider it an extravagant piece for a night in or a night out — if you’re so inclined. But it’s really nice to sleep in. I didn’t feel like my legs were constricted in the slip, which flares out slightly near the bottom of the skirt. Even on the nights I tossed and turned with insomnia, it stayed relatively unrumpled. And If you’re not into astrology, it also comes in a pond-themed print (featuring koi fish and flamingoes), along with a “still life” pattern complete with different floral arrangements."
Read the full Strategist Edit here.