Natori Japonisme Print Charmeuse Pajamas—Silky soft and loosely fitted pajamas for comfort, front button closure, long sleeves, notched collar, pants have drawstring waist, 100% polyester; $80, Nordstrom

Wearing the right sleepwear to bed will help you get good slumber.   First, make sure that what you wear to bed fits comfortably. Next, the fabric should also help regulate your body temp during the night to promote better sleep. Trying to sleep in clothing that pulls, tugs and makes you sweat does not support good shut-eye! It is essential that you give some thought to what you put on your body before you hit the hay. Here are some comfy, just-in-time-for-the-holidays sleepwear that will put a smile on your face as you go beddy-bye:

Natori Floral Print Nightgown—Scoop neckline and back, adjustable shoulder straps, relaxed design, polyester; $120, Neiman Marcus


Nautica Men’s Woven Pajama Set—Crew neck, maritime navy print pants with drawstring waist and pockets, cotton/polyester; $52, Macy’s


 Hue’s Joy Plus-Size Pajama Set—Scoop neck, long sleeves, reindeer print, machine washable, cotton rayon; $31, Belk’s



Long Sleep Men’s Nightshirt–Classic men’s nightshirt, roomy cut  with wide armhole for less restriction, placket that extends halfway down, crisp cotton with classic blue and white pinstripe; $245,


Karen Neuburger Leaf Geometric Pajamas—long sleeve pullover lounging set, flowy all over, Henley top, pants have elastic waistband, 100% cotton (available in plus sizes); $54,




Stafford Men’s Broadcloth Pinstripe Pajama Set—Woven and blended cotton-rich and wrinkle-resistant fabric, button front with notch collar and chest pocket, drawstring pants, also comes in big and tall sizes; $30, JC Penney




Yala Bamboo Dreams Molly Long Nightgown–Made of breathable BambooDreams knit, naturally moisture wicking, Oeko-Tex certified for assurance that environmentally friendly production methods are used in the manufacturing; $70, Amazon