Will your household be like something out of Home Alone this Christmas — you know, a chaotic place full of extended family?
Well, even if the vacation ends in you wanting to strangle your rambunctious nephew Ralphie for destroying your bedroom, or finding a way to re-gift Aunt May’s jingle cats’ knit sweater online, or giving Uncle Luther the death stare from across the dining table for eating the last of the dark turkey meat, I’m sure that prior to this blissful vacation you’ll have wanted to make your best impression.
And by best impression, I mean waking up Christmas morning (or every morning during the holidays, for that matter), in coordinating, festive loungewear. And have I just the collection for you!
Steven Alan, purveyor of comfortable-cool apparel, has released a holiday loungewear collection that is bound to garner praise from the fam and, most importantly, make you feel très chic come Christmas.
Whether you’ll be celebrating in the comfort of your home or heading to a holiday retreat or cabin, you’ll be lusting after these must-have items:
1. PJ Pant ($118): Made from 100% super-soft cotton, these uber-festive plaid pants are also available in shorts ($78) and with matching sleep shirt ($138) in the top photos.
2. Crossback Nightie ($135): If the plaid pj’s are a bit too masculine for your taste, then you’ll definitely appreciate the sweet details of this grey striped nightie with empire waist and criss-cross straps.
3. Jenna Romper ($168): My absolute favorite style from the collection! This charming cream organic cotton romper is perfect for when you need to escape the hustle and bustle of holiday affairs and curl up with a great read. The adorable style features a drawstring waist and button-up Henley-style neckline.
4. Cozy Cropped Pant ($198): A definite addition to any loungewear collection, Steven Alan’s salt-and-pepper cotton cropped pant and matching pullover ($198) is the ideal outfit to relax in after a day of mingling and feasting!
Just remember, pretty loungewear will only do so much in improving your mood when it comes to dealing with family matters over the holidays (although you will look pretty darn good, if I may say so) . My advice? Stock the liquor cabinet.
Visit stevenalan.com to view more holiday-themed styles.