Ways To Teach Kids To Appreciate Their Nice Things

Who hasn’t seen the social media posts about someone’s young child painting over their home’s flat screen TV or playing with their mom’s high-end lipstick? Children aren’t generally careful with nice things because they don’t understand the value of it yet or the consequences. But could we be teaching our kids to appreciate nice things earlier on? Here are some things you can do to instill a sense of care and pride in kids when it comes to their possessions.

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Teach Them How To Gently Handle Delicate and Expensive Items In Their Home

Children as little as eighteen months can interact with things in their home like delicate knick-knacks, makeup, pillows, dishes, etc and be taught how and how not to handle these things. Kids are individuals who handle situations differently, and all kids have new, developing impulse control. Still, almost all kids can learn by age four how to mindfully handle objects.

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Teach Them Early Money Basics

Kids won’t be able to competently handle money math-wise until they’re a bit older, but young kids can still begin to understand that everything from their playroom toys to their comfy decorative pillows to their food is not free. Make them aware of how you’re paying for things when you visit the grocery store, mall, or do recreational activities. Give them small money rewards for chores and good choices. If they grow up not resenting having to work for money and understanding everything comes at a price, they’re already ahead of people who were sheltered from finances as kids.

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Everyone loves a happy baby! Teach your kids how to appreciate the value of nice things like this embroidered baby hat earlier in life.

Trust Them With Their Own Nice Possessions

Designate a few ‘nice’ possessions that children should especially take care of, even something as small as cute cotton pj sets or cotton dresses. Have small personal details that make the objects theirs, like traditional monogramming with one to three of their initials. Yes, they may get that cute white dress dirty, but try showing them how you clean it. Maybe they’ll crack the screen protector on their tablet, but show them how you need to order a new one and how you change it next.

It’s probably not as easy as it sounds, any parent or guardian can acknowledge that, but kids really can learn that kind of careful responsibility even when they’re young. You might want to stick to cute pajamas instead of expensive tablets at first, though.

CEO-Approved Bedtime Rituals You Should Try

You work hard. You come home tired and having residual stress from the day. How do you relax and ready yourself to go back to work the next morning? Take a few pages of advice from some of the busiest people you’ll meet — chief executive officers (CEOs) of big companies. Many of these top bosses have shared their bedtime rituals with the public in the past. Let’s consider some of their more attainable goals that could help YOU go to sleep with soothed muscles and a quiet mind.

Eat dinner with family or friends.

Intuit CEO Brad Smith and Virgin Founder Richard Branson are among the numerous CEOs who make a point of spending time with loved ones in the evening, especially over a nice dinner. Treating meals as a relaxing and social time instead of a necessary interruption in your day lets you have some thoughtful down-time. Plus, studies have shown that people who make time to socialize during meals eat more thoughtfully and make healthier food choices. If you live alone, set up another situation to thoughtfully eat, such as with a good book or sudoku puzzle.

Have a consistent self-care ritual.

Whether it’s a skincare routine, hot bubble bath, or light snack with herbal tea, have a sensory self-care ritual every night. Your body will train itself to recognize the ritual as a sign of impending bedtime, and you’ll feel yourself winding down in no time. For example, Oprah Winfrey enjoys the transcendental meditation method (that is also capturing the hearts of other executives) before bed.

Choose dedicated, comfy, dare we say CUTE pajamas.

Cute pajamas that aren’t old workout clothes and ratty t-shirts are a must. There are three benefits here: being comfy, establishing a routine your body will recognize, and feeling confidently “put-together” while you do it. Look the part of a confident, sophisticated CEO and you’ll feel the part, right? A nightgown, simple white nightshirt, or soft white cotton pajamas are all CEO-approved. Yes, men, you can also stand to benefit from investing in dedicated pajamas or at least a robe.

Don’t use your phone.

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and media giant Arianna Huffington make a point to keep their phones off and away when they’re getting shut-eye. Huffington keeps her phone charging in another room, not her bedroom, so the temptation isn’t there. You’re likely glued to your phone out of want or necessity all day, and all that activity and blue light mess with your circadian rhythm. Many CEOs and industry leaders opt to use a good old fashioned alarm clock instead of their phone for their morning alarm.

Don’t stay in bed long — but make it COMFY.

Beyond stylish or cute pajamas, having a comfy, dedicated bed space is also CEO approved. Don’t be in bed longer than you have to; only lay down when you’re ready to sleep and don’t linger in the morning. When you ARE in your bed, make it as comfy as an experience as you like. Choose soft linens or nice touches like embroidered pillowcases, and wash everything once a week. Use more sensory experiences like pillow sprays on top of it; around 75% of people report a better night’s sleep with fresh-smelling sheets, so don’t underestimate the power of your nose.

As some of the world’s busiest and most successful people, executives probably know what they’re talking about when it comes to relaxation. All these things can be tailored to your personal preferences, so don’t be afraid to experiment before you reach that perfect night’s sleep.

How Men’s Nightshirts Became A Staple Femme Style

You may have seen them in the Jacaranda Living women’s Victorian pajamas collection: coy, classy, white nightshirts. They’re like cute nighties, but with an interesting masculine twist. How did this age-old men’s style of nightshirt become such an intimate nightgown choice for modern day women? There’s actually an interesting history behind it.

 

Up until the sixteenth century, pajamas weren’t really a “thing” in most of the world. Western men, in particular, would either sleep nude or in one of their day shirts. Eventually, this would morph into them wearing dedicated nightshirts, usually their old, worn-in day shirts. Among nobility of the day, it became the fashion for men to wear fancily embroidered nightshirts, sometimes called “wrought” night-shirts.

 

By the Victorian era, the nightshirt had become the standard sleepwear of choice for men, women, and children. They resembled typically men’s day shirts of the time with their collars and buttons, only longer. Often they were monogrammed, as was the practice with much of households’ important linens since as far back as 1200 AD. Some had small feminine details around the bib and cuffs, such as frills, a precursor to the women’s and children’s nightgowns we see still occasionally today. For quite some time the shirt was often paired with a nightcap, but this went out of fashion in the 1860s.

 

So what changed the tide of nightwear? The idea of “pyjamas” brought from India and other Eastern cultures that were then British colonies. The long-sleeved shirt and pants combo (often made of fine striped fabric like silk) captured the heart of British fashion, putting dress-like nightwear out of vogue for a bit, especially for men who enjoyed wearing pants at night as they did in their daywear. In fact, the modern word pajamas and its variations reportedly comes from the Persian words “pay” and “jama”, meaning “leg garment”.

 

Victorian pajamas may have shifted, but that didn’t spell the end for nightgowns, mind you. Women and children continued to wear the nightgown and nightshirt styles until modern day but usually kept them very feminine — even for young male children. So how do we reach the modern allure of a men’s button-down shirt as women’s sensual sleep and loungewear from conservative Victorian pajamas? Cultural change and popular media, of course.

 

Since the emergence of the trope in the 1950s, women have often debated the true appeal of a button-down men’s shirt. Does the appropriated shirt represent the strength and intelligence of women as they strived to be seen socially as equals to men? Or does the borrowing of a man’s nightshirt imply a sense of ownership and sexuality? An iconic advertisement from menswear brand Van Heusen in the 1980s has embodies this debate. In the ad, Van Heusen claims to make button-downs “for a man to wear, and a woman to borrow,” featuring an attractive woman going about her lazy day while wearing a presumably ‘borrowed’ shirt from her partner.

Women wearing a man’s shirt (especially post, ahem, intimacy) has become a popular TV trope all its own. Movies all the way from Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) to Iron Man(2008) have featured it. Based on cultural and fashionable context, a contemporary nightshirt-style nightgown created specifically for women’s wants and style in mind can be a comfortable power statement.

 

How do you feel when you wear a nightshirt?

3 Tips to Help Your Son or Daughter Survive Dorm Life

As high school comes to an end for many seniors, it’s time to start thinking about how to prepare for their next adventure: college. For many soon-to-be freshmen, going away to school is a completely new experience. If your son or daughter is anxious about what they’re about to encounter in college, here are some helpful tips to read to them.

Every millennial loves the Iris Pj set because it’s a cute, comfortable outfit to wear while lounging around your dorm room or watching the Bachelorette with your girlfriends.

Be Prepared for Noise

Living in a dorm room means nothing but noise. Seven to nine hours of sleep per night are generally recommended, but not always achievable in a dorm setting. People are always playing music, screaming in the hallways, and having parties with their friends. The noise might not only be coming from outside of your child’s room; it can be coming from inside as well. If they have a roommate who snores or talks on the phone really loudly, they’ll have to come up with some ways to make sleeping easier. And you can help with that. Suggest ear plugs, a sleep mask, and some comfortable white cotton nighties or pajamas. The cute nighties will put them in a space of comfort and relaxation as they try and drift off into dreamland. These pajamas and nighties are breathable so they will keep them cool at night but they are warm enough when the temperature starts to drop.

The Hannah nightgown is a favorite amongst young twenty year olds because it’s romantic, flattering and classy.

Be Prepared to Be Around Different Types of Personalities

Since college is a mixture of many different people, it’s also a space for many different personalities. Not everyone in their dorm building will act the same or have the same interests. Many of them may not see eye-to-eye on a lot of topics. This is just something all new college freshmen will come to realize after the first few months at college. Teach your child about dealing with different types of people and that it is okay to have a different opinion. Don’t let this intimidate them though, having a different perspective is a good thing because it teaches you to embrace the unfamiliar.

Nearly all ear plugs will block out sufficient amounts of noise to allow you to sleep. Branche Beauty’s silk eye masks are particularly great for blocking out outside light so your child can get a nap in between classes.

Be Aware of the Freshman 15

The freshman 15 is alive and well with all of the delicious options in the dining halls. And while they may be delicious, a majority of them aren’t the best to eat. Even though it’s tempting to eat chicken fingers and french fries on a daily basis (since they can have as much as they want), explain to your child that exercise and a healthy diet is important. The last thing they’ll want to do is gain the freshman 15 as soon as they get to college because it might make them lose their self confidence altogether. Talk to them about different healthier options such as salads, wraps, and grilled chicken. They don’t have to give up the junk food completely, but putting a limit on it can be a big help.

Healthy salads are quick and easy to make, and they will give your child enough energy to stay focused during classes.

If your child has never experienced going away for school in the past, they might not know what to expect. Before they head off, teach them how to live with other personalities, what to wear to bed, how to eat properly, and the importance of getting at least 6-9 hours of sleep a night.
Make sure they stay motivated and take good notes in class too 🙂

Every child will go out and explore the world after graduating high school. Whether that means going to college or going to travel for a year, a good night’s sleep and a healthy diet and lifestyle will be crucial for them to get the most out of their next chapter.

The History of Sleepwear Trends

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Nightgown, nighties, and pajamas; to you, they’re just something you throw on without thinking before heading to bed. But did you know that there’s actually an extensive history surrounding the white cotton pajamas we all know and love?

(Source: 1930s Underwear Models)

Historic Sleepwear

Centuries ago, sleepwear wasn’t the cutest or most comfortable thing on the market. According to mentalfloss.com’s article on changing sleepwear, “from ancient times until the 1800s, people would either catch Zs in a variety of nightwear, ranging from their day clothing to undressing down to their tunic and undergarments—the equivalent of today’s plain white T-shirt and leggings.” Years and years ago, pajamas were bulky and didn’t have any shape to them. They absorbed perspiration, meaning they needed to be made of washable, white linen. The white linen could also be boiled and bleached and was the preferred fabric for lower, middle, and upper classes. The quality of the linen, however, denoted which economic level the wearer fell under.

(Source: BreveStoria del Cinema via Flickr // CC BY 2.0)

Nineteenth Century Sleepwear

During the nineteenth century, nightgowns increased in popularity and became extremely distinguishable from other women’s undergarments. These white cotton nightgowns featured high collars, yokes, and cuffs. The high collar gave the sleepwear a more professional, put together look. They were made to appear more elegant than the historic nightwear of the past. These nightgowns also featured wider necklines that wasted less fabric and were convenient for the ill.

(Source: wikipedia)

Ready-to-Wear Nightwear

As the nineteenth century went on, ready-to-wear white cotton pajamas because available. They were loose and long, had embellishment on the yoke, included ribbon, beading, lace, embroidery, and ruffles. The nightwear could even be monogrammed, if that’s what the person wearing the fabric desired. Monogramming has been around for centuries. The hoarding and use of large amounts of household linen became popular around the year 1200 AD, when sheets, tablecloths, and napkins were marked with dark ink to identify their owner. These nightgowns were typically white but sometimes came in different colors at the turn of the century.

The sleepwear we don today isn’t necessarily what people wore back in the day. Our pajamas tend to be a lot shorter, made of different fabrics, and come in a variety of styles and colors. But there are still many people who choose to stick to the classic nightgown. They’re breathable, comfortable, and all around classy.

Jacaranda Living’s Denise Nightgown is an elegant choice for classy women who love wearing the old fashioned nighties.

5 Ways New Moms Can Actually Get Some Sleep

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If you just had a baby you probably haven’t gotten a ton of sleep lately. You may be sitting here thinking you’ll never get sleep ever again, but guess what? Sleep is possible!

The lack of sleep can largely impact your life. And to get your sleep schedule back on track, there are a few things you can do.

The first things you should do are establish a regular bedtime routine and try to relax. While it may be hard to get under the covers at the same time every night, getting into a bedtime routine can be beneficial. There are many different relaxation techniques you should start practicing if you want to get a better night’s sleep. For example, you can read a book, go on a walk to clear your head after dinner, fill out a crossword puzzle, or listen to calming music. You may even consider taking a relaxing bubble bath every now and then (if you can). Do anything that will help you wind down that doesn’t involve a screen. So, stay off of the phone and turn off the television and computer.

Even if you rely on soda and coffee to get yourself through the day, this won’t be very helpful while trying to fall asleep. Cut yourself off from stimulants as well as chocolate and energy drinks by mid-afternoon. We recommend having your last cup of coffee at lunch time. Stimulants like these are guaranteed to make falling asleep harder, especially if you indulge in them later in the afternoon.

When your baby is asleep and you’re finally able to get into bed, it can be very hard to switch off your mind. If you find that you’re having trouble trying to get to sleep, don’t get frustrated. Try writing down what might be keeping you awake. You could also try changing up what you’re wearing to bed. If you’re in a pair of sweatpants and a baggy t-shirt, you might not be as comfortable as you think. A white cotton nightgown or white cotton pajamas might be the better option. The great thing about white cotton nightgowns or nighties is that they’re going to keep you warm, yet they’re light enough to be breathable.

Change out your old pjs for something comfortable and cool like the new Natalie PJ set.

Newborns tend to sleep about 10.5 to 18 hours each day. Even though this may seem like a lot of sleep, it can be very hard for a new mom to catch a significant amount of shut-eye. To try and make your sleep experience better, change your sleepwear to cotton PJs and nightgowns, stick to a sleep schedule, and cut back on stimulants and caffeine at least 4-5 hours before bedtime.
The cutest little baby wearing a baby sheep embroidered baby hat from Jacaranda Living. It comes in many designs, choose your favorite here.

Yes, your newborn is adorable, cute and most of the time very needy, but you need to put time aside for yourself too.

Trouble Sleeping? These Tips Might Help

No matter how hard you may try, falling asleep might be one of the most difficult things even after a long day. You may have tried everything, including drinking sleepy tea, counting sheep, and listening to ambient music, but nothing seems to work.

It’s hard to fall asleep for many people, but there are some options you may have never thought of that are proven to help you get a good night’s rest. Some of these tips may have slipped your mind but they might be the missing answer to all your problems!

Visit a Therapist

Therapists aren’t only helpful if you’re going through something mentally. They can also help you figure out why you are having problems falling asleep. Many therapists also can explain Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. This technique involves creating a relaxing environment before bed. It has actually been most helpful for those with insomnia or who just have some trouble falling asleep.

Try Different Pajamas

Have you ever taken a moment to think that your pajamas might actually be the reason why you can’t fall asleep? If you’re still wearing old t-shirts or thicker fabric PJ shorts to bed, you will find yourself tossing and turning rather than relaxing. The often unnoticeable scent of very old clothing makes it difficult to relax in bed. You think you probably can’t get to sleep without these old t-shirts or PJ shirts, but they very likely might be the problem! Try to buy new cotton PJs that are lightweight and breathable, especially for warmer summer nights. You won’t get too hot and sticky in bed and can breathe in the fresh scent of 100% clean cotton. If that doesn’t put you to bed, try lighting a fresh clean cotton candle to take any unwelcome odors out of the bedroom. You may even consider giving percale a shot. Percale is any cotton woven with a 200 thread count or higher and is more durable than a cotton satin of the same thread count. It’s also less likely to pill than cotton satin due to its denser weave.

Buy a Different Mattress

The mattress you own might not be firm or soft enough and could be causing your terrible time. Head to your local mattress store to test-drive a few beds. Try some that are really firm and some that are really soft. See how they compare to the mattress you sleep on now. If you feel more comfortable on something from the store, make the investment and switch it out for a newer bed.

If you consistently have trouble sleeping but feel like you’ve tried every option, there might still be other things you haven’t given a shot. Consider talking with a therapist, switching out your pajamas, or trading out your mattress for a new one.

How Millennials Can Tackle Their Sleeping Problems This Summer

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The daily life of millennials in their late 20s and early 30s are usually in flux because they are just starting their careers and figuring out their life plan. This means it is often hard for them to get the right amount of sleep while balancing their workload and having a social life. Now that we are entering summer season, millennials will probably be struggling with sleep problems even more because of all their weekend plans, including over long weekends such as the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend and July 4th. Here’s a list of ways most millennials and other busy men and women can overcome his or her sleep issues.

Stick To One Bedtime

It can be very tempting to stay up until two in the morning, especially during the summer. But getting into the habit of going to bed by before midnight will put you in a good place. If you go to bed by 11, you’ll be able to wake up early the next morning and may even have time to fit in a good work out before the day starts. Make sure you have nice, comfortable sheets and pillowcases to sleep in that will help you get a good night’s sleep. You can keep your sleep routine in check by setting your smartphone to an alarm each night (around 11pm) and an alarm each morning (7am), which can be set to go off automatically from Mondays to Tuesdays every week. Your body will adjust to this regimented sleep pattern so you will soon not feel too exhausted during the day.

Keep a book by your bed and turn off your phone to avoid late night texting. The bright screen makes it hard to drift to sleep right before bed.

Get Cozy

The comfier you are, the easier it will be to fall asleep. Light a candle, grab a plush pillow, some lavender, and soft, breathable pajamas like the above Pru cotton jammies from Jacaranda Living. White cotton short-sleeve pajamas are the best because they are light and keep you cool in the summer so you won’t get hot at night. If you’re not a fan of a top and bottom PJ set, you can go with some of Jacaranda Living’s flowy cotton nightgowns as another option.

The new Hannah nightgown is a favorite among women who enjoy wearing something elegant around the house but prefer nightgowns over 2-piece pajama sets.

Limit Your Naps

Many millennials are notorious for taking naps (when they have time) — and for good reason. Sometimes sneaking into a conference room and locking the door feels like the only time they can get a little bit of shut-eye in between meetings. But do your best to break that habit and cut out your daily naps. If you do need to take a nap, keep it to less than 30 minutes. That way, you’ll wake up feeling refreshed in your white cotton pajamas rather than groggy.

Sleep can be hard to come by for many of us! But keeping the above list in mind can help you catch some Z’s. So try setting an alarm to go off automatically every night and morning from Monday to Friday, read before bed and turn your phone off once you’re in it, wear soft cotton sleepwear, and cut out excess naps. Once you stick to your new sleep routine during the week, you can enjoy the long weekends celebrating with friends without always being the “tired friend.”

Have a great long Memorial Day Weekend!

Gifts to Give Your Friend Who Is Hosting You for Memorial Day Weekend

Do you have a friend that is inviting you to their home for Memorial Day Weekend?  If they invite you over to explore their digs, don’t forget to bring a gift! If you’ve already spent some time trying to come up with the best idea for a gift but have had no luck, here are some ideas below that can help you out.

Jacaranda Living housewarming gifts for MDW

Cocktail Napkins

Instead of just getting them funky cutting boards or candles, try something a bit more unique. Pick up some fun embroidered cocktail napkins like the below lobster ones from Jacaranda Living. They are not only decorative but they’ll also get the host and other guests excited for summer and the festive long weekend. These cocktail napkins just scream summer, and there are plenty of other nautical embroidered designs to choose from if your host doesn’t like lobster.

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These lobster embroidered cocktail napkins will liven up cocktail hour every day this summer, especially when everyone is barbecuing and having drinks on the patio.

Gift Cards

You may think getting your friend gift cards is impersonal or maybe even a bit tacky. In reality, it’s actually one of the best gifts you can give them. Give them gift cards to restaurants near their home, grocery stores, or even a specific gift card to their favorite store. If they aren’t fully happy with their home decor yet, you should look into getting some beautiful embroidered guest towels or unique boudoir pillows for their living room. Your host will be able to pick out exactly what they want and it’s not going to cost them any of their own money.

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Don’t show up empty-handed this weekend when you stay at your friend’s place. Get them a gift card to Jacaranda Living so they can pick out anything they like such as this natural linen tissue box cover for their home.

Flowers

If you’re running late to meet your friend at their house and have yet to give them a gift, a bouquet of flowers is never a bad idea. Flowers liven up any space and give it a welcoming vibe. You can even pair the flowers with a bottle of wine or terry guest towels so it’s a quick gift for both the house and host or hostess!

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Get your friend their favorite wine, flowers or some nice terry guest towels as a thank you gift for hosting you over the long weekend!

First Aid Kit

A first aid kit is one of the most practical things you can buy your friend for their new home, and it can really come in handy. Especially for a long weekend like Memorial Day Weekend or July 4th where your host will likely be hosting more than a few people. Anyone can easily knock into something or fall while enjoying a few cocktails or doing fun outdoor activities like corn hole and bocce. A first aid kit can be a big help in these situations, as the host won’t be scrambling realizing they forgot to pick up some band-aids before his guests arrived.

Getting a gift for your host is a nice gesture. If you’re struggling trying to come up with a gift idea, take a look at few of the suggestions listed above!

The Best Sleepwear to Help You Keep Cool and Avoid Summer Sweats

Waking up drenched in sweat is never a good thing, but it definitely happens to most of us, especially during hot summer nights. It can get unbearably hot at night. The best way to fix this is preparing for warm summer nights with the right sleepwear. Jacaranda Living’s range of cool cotton PJs and nightgowns will help you stay cool and comfortable during summer nights.

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Victorian nightgowns to keep you cool during warm summer nights

There are several cotton nightgowns from Jacaranda Living that are great options for summer nights. These cotton nighties are made up of breathable fabric, so you don’t have to worry about suffocating in your wintry PJs made of a thicker fabric. Since these nightgowns are cool dresses, it will help keep you cooler than if you wear a warmer PJ set.

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The Kristen Nightie is a flirty favorite with its ruffled flair and short hem. A cute and comfortable choice to wear around the house.

If girls white cotton nighties aren’t really your thing, and you’re more of a pants and top kind of gal, you can still find a sheer cotton pajama set that will keep you cool throughout the night. This new white cotton PJ set with blue piping will be one you fall in love with, especially because it is a great set for warmer nights since you won’t overheat while sleeping in soft sheer cotton. They’re also very easy to take care of, as they are made of cotton, so there’s no need to take your sleepwear to the dry cleaner.

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The Iris Cotton PJ is the perfect set to curl up on the couch and enjoy a girls’ night in.

If you’re looking for something cool but a little more elegant then the Victorian PJs are for you. Victorian pajamas have the elegant style you might prefer than a cool and casual look, but they will also keep you feeling cool during warm summer nights. Elegant, classy and comfortable all in one. You can choose from Victorian sleep sets or Victorian nightgowns. If you’re fashionable every day, why not be fashionable while you’re sleeping, too?

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The Natalie PJ’s swiss cotton voile dot fabric is sheer and comfortable – a new, elegant favorite that will keep you cool from season to season

You can even get your sleepwear monogrammed – just email info@jacarandaliving.com for personal inquiries! Monogramming has been around for thousands of years. The hoarding and use of large amounts of household linen became popular around the year 1200 AD, when sheets, tablecloths, and napkins were marked with dark ink to identify their owner.

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Monogrammed sleepwear are great gift ideas for bachelorettes, bridal parties and showers! Inquire for your requests.

These are all great options to help you avoid those summer night sweats. Waking up in the summer after a long sleep to find your bedding and pajamas soaked is the worst feeling. Try the above sleepwear options to keep cool and comfortable all summer long — or check out some of other great items, like our girls white cotton dress.