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Nightwear Essentials You Need To Own This Summer 2024

As they say, ‘Every summer has a story’ let yours be a cute & comfy one with Clovia. Summer calls for fun nightwear styles for your late brunch, lazy afternoons and causal evenings. Chic, laid-back, feminine, sexy – no matter what your style is we at Clovia have something for everyone. From cute little baby dolls to super comfy Pj’s, you name it and we have it.

Here’s a list of our favourite styles, right from the design desk.

1. Cute Peanuts Snoopy Sleep Shirt

Peanuts Snoopy Sleep Shirt

We are thinking of fun cartoon character and feather-like fabric this summer. This navy sleep tee is exactly that! The uber-cool Peanuts snoopy print on one side is what makes this our #1 favourite. Brownie points for the side pockets to carry some knick-knacks and your precious phone along!

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2. Pretty Florals Cami Top & Shorts

butter dream Cami Top & Shorts

This white floral print satin set glides like butter on your body. Light-weight and super smooth is how we describe this style. Adorned with tie-up belts on both shoulders to add some feminine vibe to attire, this pick matches your classic style for nightwear.

3. Summer Daisy Top & Pyjama Set

Summer blue floral Top & Pyjama Set

Dress up like a summer flower – fresh & bright in this light blue top & pyjama set. Crafted in light rayon fabric this set is great for Indian summers. Breathable and comfortable this style will become your favourite in no time. The button-down shirt with a round neckline is totally fuss-free while the pyjamas are designed with an elasticated waistband to give a comfy yet snug fit. A Perfect pick for girls who prefer pyjamas over shorts.

4. Not-So-Basic Cotton Nighty

yellow floral cotton short nighty

Going back to the traditional nightwear style loved by women all around the world this cotton long nighty. Be it your daily chores or enjoying a peaceful evening with a cup of tea, this nighty will be your go-to option. Crafted from floral print cotton fabric and cute ruffles on the hemline, this nighty is oh-so-pretty!

5. Blush Pink Babydoll

blush pink babydoll

Keep it pretty & sexy with this lace babydoll. Crafted from intricate lace fabric this babydoll is perfect for making things a little spicy. The noodle straps add a delicate touch to the look of this babydoll while the ruffled detail along the neckline adds a flirty edge.

Hence, as the weather gets warmer, women find themselves opting for more comfortable, casual clothing options. Nightwear is the most popular these days. It is designed to be both comfortable and stylish, making it a great option for women who want to feel their best while still being able to relax.

There are a few reasons why nightwear is such a great choice for summertime. First, the fabrics used in nightwear are often lightweight and breathable, making them perfect for hot summer days. Additionally, nightwear tends to be very versatile – it can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. And finally, nightwear is often more affordable than other types of clothing, making it a great option for budget-conscious shoppers.

Whether you’re looking for a new outfit to wear to the pool or just want to relax at home in style, consider buying some nightwear essentials this summer. You’ll be glad you did!

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Rachika Singh

Rachika Singh

Senior Brand Manager | Lingerie, Beauty and Fashion Expert at Clovia
With over 9 years of experience in the lingerie, fashion, and beauty industry, Rachika Singh serves as a Senior Brand Manager at Clovia. Known for her attention to detail and creative writing skills, she has made significant contributions as a content creator and social media evangelist. Recognized as a “Content 40 Under 40” honoree, Rachika combines her passion for lingerie with a deep understanding of brand management and digital marketing. Discover more insights and expertise in her latest blogs.
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