9 Essentials To Stay Warm and Cozy at Home This Winter
‘Tis the season for hibernation. It may not be popular, but winter is one of our favorite season’s here at Perpetual Shade. That is because it means numerous hours logged in warm and cozy pajamas, sipping warm beverages (potentially spiked), accompanied by lots of Netflix and chill time. To celebrate, we have created your go-to guide on how to stay warm with these 9 warm and cozy essentials.
For the many hours of blissful beauty sleep in your future be sure to find your favorite Perpetual Shade sleep mask for a good night’s sleep.
Chunky Knit Throw Blanket
You can’t have a solid cuddle sesh without the best in warm and cozy blankets. We love blankets like this one from Natural Wool Knits because they are just as soft as they are chic.
You sleep better when your feet are warm so don’t forget to slip on your warmest house socks to prepare for a good night’s sleep.
Just because you’re comfy does not mean you have to sacrifice cuteness. These Solid & Striped sweatpants accomplish just that.
Cozy Winter Pajamas
Since Perpetual Shade is made in NYC, we love our fellow New York brands. Three J NYC offers an adorable line of classic pajamas for your cozy winter needs.
The Perfect Warm Winter Cocktail
Spice up the night with a little hooch. We love finding new warm winter cocktails on Pinterest to try, there’s always something new and yummy.
Feel luxurious and prevent wrinkles when you sleep in silk, this Eres nightshirt should do the trick
The Softest Robe
Be forewarned you may never take this robe off, but we love the Eberjay alpine robe because it’s reversible fleece and jersey are so softest and warmest around.
Of course it’s not all about binging on Netflix. Winter hibernation is the perfect season to get warm and cozy by the fire (or fire alternative) and catch up on a few page turners.
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