Wearing Cool Pyjamas Day or Night

wearing cool pyjamas Zooland style

Everyone loves wearing cool pyjamas and this week saw non other than fashion icon Victoria Beckham hit social media with her pyjama inspired outfits. Mrs Beckham may be the worst football player in her family but she is probably the best fashion designer. Recently, she has been spotted spending a lot of time helping her oldest son Brooklyn settle in before term starts at New York’s School of Design. The pyjama look is part of her soon to be released 2018 collection. In her days in the pop band Spice Girls, Essex girl Victoria was known as posh spice so you could have fun with headlines like Posh Parades in Perfect Pink Pyjamas etc. Celebrities of all ages are promoting this season’s casual pyjama look. US actress and singer, Zendaya chose a satin look while wearing cool pyjamas on set at this month’s 2017 Teen Choice Awards. She made quite an impression on fellow actress and writer Anna Kendrick who praised Zendaya for bringing the pyjama look into her life. Anna in turn wore daisy print PJs to her book signing in New York. In fact when interviewed on Good Morning America she explained, “I wore pyjamas yesterday and pretended it was fashion. I feel like Zendaya started wearing pyjamas, she’s really doing the Lord’s work making it fashionable for all of us to wear pyjamas.” Looking for something a little unusual how about pyjamas that feature marijuana, pills, and images of the Kama Sutra – could help you relax in bed. And wearing cool pyjamas can improve all sorts of things if you follow the bedtime routine of this blogger. Then we have that old argument about whether its best for you to sleep naked. To save you reading the article, the answer is you should sleep in whatever makes you feel most comfortable. Something cool, cotton and versatile that you can wear inside and out, day or night, sounds like our Zooland funzee. But if that doesn’t help with your sleep, in the twenty first century technology can come to the rescue as there are now many sleep aid apps that claim to set your brainwaves in such a way that a restful night ensues.