While the solution may be to just...not wear any clothes to sleep, sometimes that’s just not a possibility. For those times, there are fabrics that you can and should add to your pajama arsenal that will keep you breezy while you snooze. Modal (a soft fabric made from beech trees), cotton (poplin or Pima will do), silk, and linen are your best weapons against waking up feeling like you fell asleep in a sauna.
Hotouch Womens Pajamas Short Set
A matching short sleeve and shorts set is the perfect thing to keep cool and cute for the summer. This one is made from soft, breathable modal and comes in 14 different color options.
U.S. Polo Assn. Women’ s Short Sleeve Sleepwear Set
This set is for curling up under a blanket with the AC blasting. The sweatpants are lightweight and have a drawstring waist and cuffed ankles while the top has a slightly oversized silhouette for extra comfort.
Ekouaer Women's Short Sleeve PJ Set
If you’re looking for a classic set, this is the one for you. It’s got all the markings of those typical pajamas (piping, chest pocket, notched collar) but paired with shorts rather than long pants.
Solid Poplin Sleepwear Shorts Set
This 100% poplin cotton set is a crisp, cool option to fall asleep in. It’s got that classic PJ look, with the contrast piping and notched collar. You can even mix and match each piece with your existing pieces and it can even be monogrammed for extra personality.
Washable Silk Set
This silk set is not only washable, but it’s thermoregulating to help keep your body temp at a comfortable level. The low back on the tank and side slits on the shots give ample breathing room for your body.
Latuza Women's V-Neck Sleepwear Short Sleeve Pajama Set
The viscose in this set is made from bamboo and features a satin trim to keep cool against your body. It comes in 13 different color options so you can match your pajama set to your mood.
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