Pajamas!

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    Does anybody have any recommendations for where to buy silk pajamas? Looking for my lady for Christmas.

    Hard mode: be able to order them with a monogram


    Also, post pics of PJs or share funny stories related to pjs.
     
  2. leenak, Nov 26, 2012
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    Do you already know that she would like silk pajamas? It seems like one of those things that might sound good 'in theory' but then isn't.

    As corny as they are, I like the pajama jeans for lounging and sometimes sleeping, but usually just lounging. I can't stand pajamas that have buttons, unless they are for lounging only. Then some of the warm ones are great for winter. I do like the pajama sets that are 3 pieces, pants, tank and cardigan.

    Also, places I'd check for PJs are Barenecessities.com, Nordstrom.com & eddiebauer.com. Those are my general goto places.
     
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    Yeah she definitely wants them
     
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    Although I think VS quality has gone down in the last couple years, it looks like Victoria's secret has some on their website.
    http://www.victoriassecret.com/sleepwear/silk-and-satin

    Monogrammed though? doesn't appear so.
     
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    Buying silk pajamas for your significant other means you've stopped having sex. I feel sorry for you.
     
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    Um, what? Maybe if you're 45 or something

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    Yeah I would try and avoid VS because I hate what that company represents. And especially with no monogram. Might just end up getting something else instead. It was just one thing I know she likes.
     
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    Um, what? What's 45 got to do with whether you have sex? :confused:

    I haven't seen a whole lot of pajamas in silk, but I see a lot in satin. I like cotton myself, as it's much stretchier. I have some silk shirts, and I don't like wearing them because there's no "give" to them.
     
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    Just as much as silk pajamas I suppose :confused:
     
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    This guy's old. :p:D
     
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    The concept of "Old", like that of 'beauty', and much else, is something that is very much in the eye of the beholder. Age isn't everything, you know.

    For my part, I have met some kids who are grouches before their time, and have met a few preternaturally (a treasured few) wise youngsters, the sort that light up a room with an inner luminosity; I have also met some (not many, I grant, but a splendid glowing lot) 'old' people with such a zest for life, informed mind, acute critical awareness, with rich throaty chuckles at what life can throw at them. Such people are ageless, and a pleasure to meet at any stage of life. Oh, and, rarely short of willing partners, either.....
     
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    Example:

    http://www.pajamagram.com/SellGroup/comfy-in-cashmere-sleepshirt-new.aspx

    Listed as cashmere, when obviously it's not, yet failing to mention the actual material. It's one of those 93% cotton, 3% cashmere, 4% polyester mixes.

    If they had silk (which I haven't seen, but I'm probably overlooking it) I doubt it's the real thing.

    Yeah there are many sites, but since I don't have experience I was asking for recommendations. I can search for things myself.

    Thanks for the help though.
     
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    qft
     
  16. eric/, Nov 28, 2012
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    I'm actually curious about where those of you who believe that the purchase of an article of clothing indicates the amount of sex you're having live, gender, religious beliefs, and other demographic traits. This would be quiet an interesting study on these weird cultural beliefs.
     
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    OK, you little whippersnappers!! These jejune comments on age, you young pups, will catch up with you!!

    Your assumption that 45 begins the post-sex age is incredible. So us old folks are dead from the waist down, huh!?

    If this keeps up I'll send a video, and it's not a pretty sight!! Fun for the participants, not so much for the viewers!

    In short...even us ancient folks like to get our cookies!! :cool:

    :rolleyes: :p
     
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    No one wants to see their Grandparents make out. :eek:
     
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    Just a threat to keep the babies in line!! (Admittedly not a pretty sight)

    They seem to think that once you're over 45 your privates disappear, and sex is only for those in their 20's.

    Snotty little brats...:mad:

    ;)
     
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    Agree with you - and 'pretty sights' are very much in the eye of the beholder.

    One of the most powerful endings to a book I have read in recent years can be found at the end of "The Glass Palace" by Amitav Ghosh; awesome, as the Americans sometimes say.
     

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