The 10 Best men’s nightwear

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Just because you’re draped in a blanket doesn’t mean you can’t look smart  – as these sets of PJs (and more) prove

1. Shorts

£50, Sunspel, sunspel.com

Sunspel is recognised the world over for its luxury cotton basics. This pair of loose-fitting shorts is the perfect bedroom attire for those who don’t fancy full length.

2. T-shirt

£55, Orlebar Brown, mrporter.com

If you’re not really a pyjama kind of guy, then a plain T-shirt is a simple solution for your sartorial night-time needs.

3. Pyjamas

£85, Tommy Hilfiger, uk.tommy.com

On lazy days when you don’t have to leave the house, why bother getting dressed? These pyjamas from Tommy Hilfiger are just the thing.

4. Dressing gown

£25, Marks & Spencer, marksandspencer.com

This M&S dressing gown is made from soft, machine-washable cotton and is ideal for throwing on after a relaxing soak in the tub.

5. Slippers

£119, Derek Rose, Harrods  020 7 730 1234

Derek Rose is the go-to brand if you want tradition and history. This pair of calf leather slippers are a classy treat for your feet.

6. Onesie

£28, Topman, topman.co.uk

On the whole a onesie is never an acceptable mode of dress. However, this black-and-white striped number is at step up from the average all-in-one.

7. Dressing gown

£580, The Merchant Fox, themerchantfox.co.uk

With its flashy red-and-white stripes, this robe makes dressing down at home actually feel more like dressing up.

8. Long johns

£105, Folk, folkclothing.com

When night-time temperatures drop below freezing this winter don’t get caught out; pop on these woollen long johns from clothing label Folk.

9. Pyjamas

£70, J Crew, mrporter.com

As you would expect from American label J Crew, its take on pyjamas is about urban sophistication. Here’s a pair made from lightweight cotton, with a relaxed fit.

10. Bed socks

£16, perilla, perilla.co.uk

Feet often have the poorest circulation meaning they feel the cold before the rest of the body, so wearing bed socks reduces the risk of waking up with frozen tootsies.

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