{Saturday Outings} Bedtime Pajamas

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I know on Saturdays I’m supposed to encourage the importance of looking your best when you go out, but, if you’re like me, you know that getting your beauty rest is also important, especially as a plus size bride. So today, let’s take a break from heading out and focus on looking snug and cute in your pajamas. I would have to say that the cutest pajamas are the ones that match. But if you’ve got an adult onesie, even better. If you feel comfortable, that’s all that should matter.
I’m talking putting on a top and bottom that’s got the same design and/or color. When we think of matching pajamas, we judge the outfit and say that it’s a style for kids, but trust me, they make styles for adults too:

If you’re not into the whole matching thing, you can also wear an outfit that doesn’t necessarily have the same top and bottom. What I do when I don’t feel like matching is take a pajama top and put it with some sort of bottom that doesn’t fit the set. In fact, I’m sure most people do this anyway. And last but not least, who doesn’t like a good night gown. It’s breezy and unlike pants, you can move around a little more comfortably in it as you toss and turn in the night. And with these nice sleepwear choices, you’re ready to drift off into dreamland. I hope you have pleasant dreams.

In the comments below, let me know what type of pajamas you like to wear. Thanks for reading and have a great Saturday night!!

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The World's Only Magazine for Plus Size Brides. Bringing Bridal Inspiration to brides that look like "YOU" The brainchild of Shafonne Myers, a certified wedding and event planner who longed for bridal inspiration that looked like her.