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The Best Women’s Pajamas to Give as Holiday Gifts

A woman wearing a pink camisole, sitting on a bed in front of a window

A woman wearing a pink camisole, sitting on a bed in front of a window

Pajamas make the perfect holiday gift for so many reasons. First off, it’s wintertime, so people are drawn to soft, cozy things. Pajamas are typically a “safe” gift for those who are hard to buy for, and a lot of people don’t frequently buy pajamas for themselves, so high-quality PJs can be a little treat. Plus, pajamas are available in a wide price range as well as both basic solid colors and fun or classic prints!

So, have we sold you on pajamas as gifts yet?! (A lot of those factors apply to throw blankets as well, btw.)

We haven’t rounded up women’s pajamas in a couple of years, so we’re due for an update! These are some of the best brands and styles for friends, relatives, and the other important women in your life.

What are your favorite PJs to wear and to give as gifts, holiday or otherwise?

The Best Women’s Pajamas to Give as Holiday Gifts

Soma

A woman wearing a maroon pajama set with a white star print on the pants

We’ve mentioned Soma’s Cool Nights line several times over the years, and it’s still going strong. These pajamas are great for women dealing with hot flashes, or anyone who sleeps hot.

You can choose from among shirt & pant sets (like the one pictured), pajama separates, sleepshirts, nightgowns, and more. The soft, easy-care fabric is designed to be cool to the touch and to not stick to your skin. *shudder*

In addition to Cool Nights, the company sells all sorts of pajama styles in waffle knits, satin, and so on. Here are their holiday styles.

The pictured set, a bestseller, is on sale for $29–$39 in six solid/print combos in sizes XS–XXL (some colorways are lucky sizes only). The pants have an elastic waist and POCKETS, and the set is machine washable, tumble dry.

Ordering deadline for Christmas: A customer service rep told us on 12/13, “Currently, there are no such dates on Soma” — so double-check the arrival date when you order. (Find stores here.)

Lake Pajamas

A woman wearing a light-blue striped pajama set

Lake Pajamas calls itself “a sleepwear phenomenon” and in addition to women’s pajamas (including maternity!), they carry men’s, kids’, baby, and “mom & mini” styles, and even have a bridal shop for the bride, groom, and bridesmaids.

Lake’s size range for women’s pajamas is XXS–XXL, and the fabrics available are pima cotton, “DreamKnit” (a silky 95% modal, 5% spandex), flannel, and poplin.

The pictured PJs are one of the brand’s bestsellers, the DreamKnit kimino pajama set, $138. The top has a belt and interior tie, and the pants are wide-leg with an elastic waist. This set is available in five colorways — five striped and one solid — and is machine wash, dry flat.

Besides this pajama set style, Lake offers other PJ pant sets as well as short sets, separates, and nightgowns. Check out their holiday shop and gift guide.

Ordering deadline for Christmas: Order by 12/18, 12/19, or 12/20, to have gifts arrive on 12/22 — with standard, 2-day, and overnight shipping, respectively. The brand’s pretty gift boxes are $10 each.

Printfresh

A woman wearing a tiger-print nightgown

If you’re looking to gift sustainable styles this holiday season, Printfresh could be for you. The brand’s striking prints, which are “inspired by plants, animals, and home décor,” start out as paintings and are then hand-screen-printed or embroidered on 100% organic cotton in India (sustainable details here).

Printfresh’s pajama, loungewear, and other clothing styles are available in organic cotton and viscose in an inclusive size range that includes plus (up to 6X) and petites, as well as kids’ and matching family sets. The brand makes other clothing too, such as T-shirts and dresses, as well as accessories and home items.

Check out Printfresh’s holiday shop, gift picks, and gift bundles! (By the way, an exclusive collection of pajamas and wallpaper is available at Anthropologie.)

The pictured bestselling pintuck nightgown (in the “Bagheera” print) is made from organic cotton poplin and has POCKETS. It’s available in XXS–6X for $138 and is machine wash, tumble dry.

Ordering deadline to arrive for Christmas: Order by 12/15 for delivery by 12/24 with standard shipping.

Moonlight

A woman wearing red-and-white striped pajamas

Moonlight, a Nordstrom house brand of pajamas, currently offers a few dozen women’s pajama styles in regular and plus sizes up to 4X. Their pant sets, short sets, nightshirts, and nightgowns are made from a machine-washable Tencel modal / spandex blend — and some are now on sale!

The pictured pajama set includes a button-front top with some classic contrast piping and drawstring-waist pants, and like all of the Moonlight line, it’s machine wash, tumble dry. This style is available in regular and plus sizes in the pictured Barbados stripe as well as leopard print, a geometric print (which honestly kind of hurts to look at), and three very different florals.

This set is $75 full price, but the leopard and the green floral are on sale for $37.50.

Note: Some of the Moonlight line’s pieces are labeled “Moonlight Eco.” Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a description online of how they’re different. Both are made mostly from Tencel modal, which is sustainably produced, and while some Moonlight Eco pieces are classified as “Sustainable Style,” some aren’t. What seems to (maybe) be the case is that Moonlight styles contain at least 30% sustainably sourced materials, while Moonlight Eco ones have at least 50%. (We contacted Nordstrom customer service, but they were unable to provide more info.)

Ordering deadline to arrive for Christmas: Order by 8 a.m. ET on 12/18 with free standard shipping, or by noon on 12/19 with 2-day shipping, for gifts to arrive by 12/25.

Readers, do tell! What are your favorite PJs, both styles and brands? Have you tried any of the brands above?

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