Flirting in flannel is a great way to get warm in the fall
There’s a chill in the air. It’s the time of year when people start to become one with their couch and consider cable their best friend. Can you say “Neo Citran on the rocks”? So ditch the warm-weather nudity and the flimsy negligees and snuffle up with some good old-fashioned flannel jammies until the thaw.
Our PJ party superstars say, “Pillow fighting is better than sex!” Go for Billy’s old-school Daddy polo PJs (1, Chocky’s, 327 Spadina, 416-977-1831, $19.50) for that full-on 1970s vibe. Bippy rocks out in two-piece Paul Frank (2, Red Pegasus, 628 College, 416-536-3872, $125). Bubba thinks he’s a big man with his scary pillow and ab-flashing flannel bottoms (3, La Senza, various locations, $30), but he’d look even cooler to us if he’d been man enough to wear the pink one-piece with mice (4, La Senza, $34).
Boobette gets rough with a Paul Frank one-piece, with bum flap, naturally (5, Red Pegasus, $105).
Or, if those don’t warm the cockles of your miserable, hibernating heart, try: Lions and tigers and… well, just lions, on a navy background (6, Red Pegasus, $120) a one-piece nightshirt, for easy access — to sleep, we mean (7, La Senza, $29) très boyish stripes or checks — you just need a pipe and you’re complete (8-9, Chocky’s, $17.50).
Cutie panda set, complete with strangely creepy round panda “bag” to store your pyjamas in (10, Chocky’s, $22.50) and a sexy number with tweety birds and stars (11, La Senza, $29).
With files from Joy Kittredge