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Do you prefer to wear a nightie or pyjamas to bed in winter?

And for the men -do you wear pyjamas in winter?

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I cannot sleep with pyjamas as they seem to get caught up and end up almost knotting and it wakes me.

I therefore only wear nighties in winter, and if I have pyjamas on before I go to bed, I take the bottom off to go to sleep.

Have had many sleepless nights due to pyjama pants!
by Finy
I take the bottoms off for sleeping too. I find I overheat otherwise with a wamn doona on and other people (hubby and sometimes children) in the bed.
Pyjamas definitely, I cannot sleep if I am not warm enough.
by BK
I always wear pyjamas
by AJ
I used to wear nighties, but for the last 15 or so years, i’ve found pjs to be more warmer in bed.
I have 10 pairs in a drawer, & 5 backup pairs
when the others fall apart! They are ALL pink &
white, with different patterns! And ALL plain cotton
for winter, as in no, NON natural fibres!
I used to prefer wearing a nightie and did so for many years. In the last 3 or 4 years I have started wearing pyjamas instead. I don't wear a button up top though. I find those uncomfortable. I wear pyjamas with a stretchy skivvy style top.
Some men wear nightgowns too. It's a bit old fashioned but I know a man who does and they still make them for men.

I prefer pyjamas because they're warmer.
Do you mean nightshirts, Jennifer? Thats all 1 of our s/i/l's wears to bed, all year round, & they live in Melbourne, but the house is heated in winter!
by Miro
It depends how cold it is. At present I am wearing a warmish nghtie but when I gets colder I will wear my pyjamas...don't seem to have any probs with them..
by Fran
Because I like my back to be warm and have not found PJ tops that are long enough I tend to wear a nightie over my PJ bottoms. It works well for me.
Hi Gayle.....for many, many years' now, I've been wearing 'Damart' Longline Sleeveless Vest, to keep my back warm! They're about $35, & last for very long time. Do NOT put it in a dryer!
They keep from shoulders to half-way/base of 'cheeks', warm! Their 'thickness' is thin, so can be worn under any outer garment, t-shirt, blouse, dress etc etc etc.

You can buy online, or phone them if you prefer. It maybe what you're looking for!
Keep warm! Cheers!
by donjo
Only time wear 'nighties' is in Hospital! And that's only been to have my two babies'!

Other times', wear PJ's, or specific tops & pants. Quite comfy, & keep warm!
I always preferred to just wear nothing or a slinky nightie. These days, since I'm still breastfeeding, I wear a singlet that's "easy access" and long trackie pants / pyjama pants. However - I live in Cairns so, even at nighttime, it doesn't get that cold.
Neither - don't wear anything but, if it is really cold, I switch on the electric blanket and that keeps me warm without the trappings of PJs or nighties.
Nighties all year round - I'd feel to 'tied' in in jimjams.
I wear nighties or very large mens t-shirts in summer and same in winter but with bottoms...I like the ones that are tight/have a cuff around the ankle like trakkies, they dont ride up!
Pyjamas, especially pyjama pants = passion killers. Warm, but passion killers still !
T-shirt and knickers all year around. Tend to add more quilt then clothes.I like to be able to move without feeling my clothing is swaddling me like an egyptian mummy.
Pyjamas definitely
Long sleeve tee-shirt, zipped caridgan & zipped hoodie with thick socks & trackpants.
Only sometimes with gloves as well.

If the joint bursts into flames, at least I'm dressed
When I stay in an Hotel, always wear PJ's, as ever mindful may have to 'run into street', if fire, or evacuation call!

Don't want to be 'under-dressed', if required!
I only wear pink patterned winter PJ's in winter to bed. I have 10 pairs in use at the moment, & 4 spare pairs, in case I can't find them in the shops when I need some more! They are all different pattens. I hope I get to wear them all, but time is moving on, so some may end up un-used, when I pass on. Off to the Op-shop they will have to go!
by Miro
PS: My husband always wears pj's in winter. We especially' need them while visiting our daughter in Melbourne, as it's much colder down there isn winter then in Sydney.
by Miro
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