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Cozy & Cute Pajamas for Winter

Winter is the season for cozy and cute pajamas to cuddle up in! Discover adorable women’s pajamas, bralettes, and slippers perfect for the holiday season. Snuggle up in cozy fabrics in feminine and neutral tones you’ll fall in love with! Matching sets create effortless loungewear outfits. Shop pajama sets with crop tops, fitted shorts, leggings, flared pants, or long robes. You’ll absolutely adore the PJs for women in soft chenille, cable knit, eyelash knit, brushed knit, and faux angora fabrics. For a sultry vibe or a sweet Valentine's Day sleepwear option, explore pajama top and shorts sets in sleek satin with dainty lace details. For a comfy fit, opt for a form-hugging pajama romper in a stretchy ribbed knit fabric. Cozy joggers and seamless biker shorts can be paired with long-line bralettes or crop tops for an effortless look. For the festive babes, ‘tis the season for holiday onesies! Shop women’s onesies in adorable fair isle prints with matching headbands you’ll for sure want on your wish list. Don’t forget to complete your look with a pair of fuzzy faux fur slippers. Discover also sexy women's sleepwear like mesh babydoll dresses, lace panty sets, or sheer lace teddies in pretty winter colors updated for Valentine's Day. Step up your sleepwear style by shopping for the cutest pajamas and sultriest lingerie at Windsor this winter!

How To Wash Your Pajamas

How to wash your pajamas will depend on the fabric of the garment. Generally, hand washing would be best, especially for fabrics such as satin or sleepwear with delicate lace or mesh details. However, if you must machine wash, make sure to do so on a delicate cycle with like colors. If your pajamas feature dainty details, place them in a mesh lingerie bag before washing. Most knit fabrics and cotton blends are ok to machine wash, but be sure to look at the care and wash instructions on tags to be sure. If you are concerned with your PJs shrinking, hang dry them which will also help them retain their color over machine drying. If you must tumble dry them, do so on the lowest setting.