All About Pyjamas

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all about pyjamas

Pyjama or Pajama is one of the most commonly worn clothing items in the world. Although it is mostly used as part of night wear, pyjamas are worn as casual and formal wear in India, from where they originated. Pyjamas are trimmer than pants and are usually made of cotton or synthetic fibres. Modern pyjamas resemble their progenitors in only the basic cuts as much variation has been done to them.

Pyjamas are now essentially a sleep wear item in the western world. Equally popular among men and women, pyjamas offer a mix of comfort and style. Traditional pyjamas are made of flannel and do not have major design features. They have a standard cut and do not come with pockets. Modern designs, however, have improvised on pyjamas design. They may contain multiple pockets in the front and back as well as embroidery or patchwork.

Women’s pyjamas have greater design variation then men’s pyjamas. While many men prefer to wear pyjamas with simple designs, women like embellishments and other enhancements. Some of these pyjamas add a special external layer to add unique features while others do it on the actual fabric. This can lead to discomfort.

While buying pyjamas, comfort should never be compromised. A pyjama design may look appealing but may impede your sleeping habits. This happens because of the presence of materials that can irritate your skin. Good pyjamas are those that have taken care of comfort factor while adding to the design features.

Cotton pyjamas are easier to wash. You can wash them both manually as well as in the washing machine as long as you are not using the heavier mode. Unconventional pyjamas need special care in washing and drying where you need to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. A regular washing regimen will ensure hygiene and will help you in getting a comfortable sleep.

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Helen Roberto is a freelance writer and loves to participate in discussion of textile industry globally. In her spare time, she works as an admin to maintain this blog and few others. Her knowledge on the subject has benefited many associated to home textile manufacturing and marketing.

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