10 best men's sleepwear

From PJ sets for traditionalists to lounging gear for lazy Sundays, IndyBest finds the comfiest bedwear for blokes

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Intro: If there’s a month for early nights and Sunday lie-ins, it’s January. We’ve found a range of nightwear to sleep in style – here’s our edit.

{1} Next Burgundy Jersey Set: £18, next.co.uk

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This burgundy and grey short set in 100-per-cent cotton is part of Next’s well-priced nightwear range. Ideal for anyone who finds longer bottoms too hot in bed.

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{2} Asda Check Pyjama Bottoms: £10, direct.asda.com

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If you’re after some pyjama trousers that are comfy, soft and won’t break the bank, this checked pair will do the job very nicely. They also come in blue.

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{3} Brooks Brothers Striped Cotton Pyjama Set: £79, mrporter.com

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The king of all jammies is the classic blue-striped variety, and here’s a quality set; wrinkle-resistant button-down top and bottoms with light blue contrasting stripes on soft white cotton – with navy piping. Perfect for nightwear traditionalists.

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{4} Hugo Boss Long Pant BM: £45, hugoboss.com

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Available in four colours, these soft trousers are made for lazy Sundays lounging around the house. With the branded waistband, label-conscious teens who don’t do PJs will love them.

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{5} Marks & Spencer Pure Cotton Satin Parrot Print Pyjamas: £27.50, marksandspencer.com

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M&S has livened up its classic pyjama set with a fun parrot print set. The navy pure cotton satin fabric is cool and breathable too, making them feel comfy and luxurious against your skin.

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{6} Calvin Klein Flannel PJ Bottoms: £35, figleaves.com

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One of Calvin Klein’s staples, with a winter-friendly twist. The brushed cotton makes them even cosier and warmer than ever, while they still retain their classic branded waistband and check pattern.

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{7} Derek Rose Plaza: £93, derek-rose.com

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You can still make a statement with your nightwear. This lightweight set from the PJ specialists, with a mini spot print, collared shirt and boxer-style shorts, will keep you cool - in all senses of the word – in bed. 

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{8} H&M Pyjama Bottoms: £9.99, hm.com

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Another good pair for lounging that won’t give away to unexpected visitors that you’re still in your PJs. This drawstring pair comes in blue and black and is a steal for under a tenner.

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{9} Tommy Hilfiger Dal Pyjama Set: £56, uk.tommy.com

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The US designer is known for laid-back, classic style, which works well in pyjama form. The gingham print bottoms are super-comfy and the soft jersey navy tee is smart enough to wear out of the house, we reckon.

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{10} John Lewis Thermal Jersey Long Johns: £18, johnlewis.com

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For those who really feel the cold, elasticated long johns work for bed and under trousers if you’re spending a long time outside in low temperatures. Golfers, take note.

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Verdict: For something comfy and easy to wear at night, we like Next's burgundy PJ set. If you're looking to jazz up your pyjama drawer then M&S's silk parrot combo will definitely do the trick. Hugo Boss's black long pants or Calvin Klein's flannel bottoms or perfect for Sunday lounging.

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