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The Best Nightwear To Take On A Holiday

Posted by on May 6, 2012

With the rise of holiday makers sticking to Britain for their leisure time it seems we are becoming more and more equipped to find fun in our own country. It’s becoming far more widespread for families to go for camping and outdoor holidays than the quintessential seven days in the sun and with “glamping” (glamorous camping) becoming more and more popular, there are loads more domestic holiday options than in previous years.

We have been known to have some good weather in the summer but remember it still cools quite substantially at night time so pack those pyjama sets. This also applies for holidays in cold weather such as a city break to a European city such as Prague or Berlin. It can get pretty chilly on the continent so maybe even slippers might be needed!

If you are lucky enough to get out of the cold though, remember to pack light. It’s easier for transit and cheaper at the airport. It’s always nice to get something new for holidays and sleep wear is no exception. Have a look on line and check out Figleaves nightwear. Great online stores like this have all the latest fashions and offer super lightweight fabrics for the perfect summer sleep.

While you’re there why not check out all the latest swimwear from Figleaves. You can’t turn up to the beach in last year’s bathing suit. This year, it’s all about balconette fifties style suits, if you want to go for a bikini don’t forget the all-important sarong or cover up. These save your skin from the sun’s rays and also double up for perfect sleeping apparel for if you dose off in a hammock or on a sun lounger.

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