Carolina Patrocinho’s custom pajamas are back (and they always sell out).
It is perfect to give at Christmas or you can add to your collection. The set comes with an eye mask.
Pajamas symbolize the moment we come home after a day of work, but they also signify goodbye to a comfortable bed. During the winter, warm options require days spent in front of the fireplace with the family – and if you don’t have one, a sofa and blanket will solve the problem.
Carolina Patrocinio is a fan of the Good Sleep Collection. As well as sharing her daily workout, nutrition tips and dozens of looks (which are selling out fast), the 35-year-old presenter also reveals her go-to for getting around the house. The result is the same: they fly off the shelf.
“I know we never feel like giving or receiving pajamas for Christmas. But this one from Parfois, which you can personalize with your initials, is perfect for your secret boyfriend,” he wrote in an Instagram post, almost a year ago. After sharing, it ended up disappearing The piece is from the store – so far.
We’re talking about a silk set that includes a shirt, pants, and even an eye mask, all from the same fabric. At that time, the SIC personality opted for the red model, which returned to the Portuguese brand’s stores this winter.
You can customize the pocket at the top of the costume and add up to two letters. By pressing Edit, before adding the item to your cart, you can also choose between two fonts and two tones. Choosing this detail does not allow for the usual use of the pocket.
If you want to follow Carolina Patrocínio’s advice, you can wrap everything to give to Secret Santa. Pajamas are available in location From Parvois for €49.99, with customization costing an additional €2. You can buy it in four colors (green and red) between sizes XS and L.
Click through the gallery and discover some pieces from Lefties’ new Christmas collection, with matching pajamas for the whole family.
Pajamas for women (12.99 euros).
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