This article may return revenue to Yahoo Lifestyle Australia. For more great shopping content, check out our online shopping page.

Temperature-regulating loungewear is the must-have item for winter

Keep your cool in these super soft PJs.

If you're always kicking the bed covers off to keep you cool, even in the depths of winter, you need some Paire loungewear. The ultimate solution for hot sleepers, they're made with a special fabric to stop you feeling too hot or sweaty.

The Breezeblend Loungewear Set, currently on sale for $164.70, is made with a combination of 30% Merino Wool and 70% Tencel Lyocell, which is derived from eucalyptus tree fibre. Together these materials offer a range of benefits for sleepers.

Model wearing Paire loungewear
Paire loungewear is made with a special fabric and technology to stop you feeling too hot at night. Photo: Supplied

Merino wool regulates body temperature by trapping body heat in tiny pockets of air that are created by its naturally tightly packed fibres. It's been shown that regulating your body temperature like this helps you fall asleep quicker, but also sleep more deeply.


Tencel Lyocell is a sustainable and breathable material that helps to wick moisture away from the skin so you don't overheat and feel sweaty. The material is extremely soft, so you don't need to worry about feeling itchy or uncomfortable when you're in bed. It's also wrinkle-free, so even when you wake up in the morning, it looks fresh.

Man and woman on sofa in Paire loungewear
Paire loungewear is available in both short and long versions. Photo: Supplied

Both the short and long lounge sets are available in sizes XS to XXL and come in five colours, including sky blue, stormy blue, olive green and black.

If you love the thought of temperature-regulating pyjamas, there are also other items in the range, including different types of socks for both adults and kids, towels and underwear.

Paire crew socks
Pick up a pack of three Paire crew socks to go with your loungewear. Photo: Supplied

Never miss a thing. Sign up to Yahoo Lifestyle’s daily newsletter.

Or if you have a story idea, email us at