There are those people who always give the perfect gift…I really envy them. If you want to make me happy on Christmas morning, pajamas are a guaranteed winner. I wonder why they became so popular as a holiday gift and I can only assume it’s because company was coming (Santa) and pictures would be taken opening presents so the family had to look good. You also can never go wrong with a beautiful robe, fun slippers that I can wear outside, a picture frame, a vase with fresh flowers, indulgent body products…okay, the list goes on.
Print PJ Set by Dreams & Co®. in the animal print with red trim is adorably sexy. This two piece plus size pajama set is pretty and feminine, soft and simple, with a 3-button henley (I love henleys) that falls right below the hips. Elbow length sleeves with roomy armholes are just perfect since long sleeves usually end up a disaster by the time I brush my teeth. Thermal & Flannel Pajamas by Only Necessities® in navy tartan plaid are also adorable. C’mon, thermal and flannel go together like peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs. They are a virtual fireplace during winter…they keep you warm and cozy and look fabulous. The Plaid Flannel Robe by Dreams & Co.® makes you feel like you’re in a country cabin, even if you’re in an apartment building. And you get to keep the heat lower because you will feel fabulously warm…it’s even got pockets! The ivory plaid reminds me of some Sandra Bullock movie. Ultra-soft, 100% cotton flannel, the best price & fit in plus size robes.
The best present I ever gave my mother was to organize her closet when she was at work. I bought storage units, new hangers, shoe and handbag organizers, and a great piece so she could see all her jewelry at once. I hung everything according to color and she absolutely loved it! Some great storage pieces:
Brylane Home Parking Lot For Purses is the ultimate handbag organizer designed to fit standard closet shelves with 10 compartments.
Brylane Home Jewelry Collection Organizer hangs from the wall or door back and keeps your entire collection in easy reach.
By Nancy Nadler LeWinter