Well, I have to hand it to fashion bloggers – photographing clothes isn’t nearly as easy as they make it look! I promise that I didn’t sleep in these Rituals PJs! But, who knew that Rituals, better known for bath and body, did such cool loungewear? The quality is gorgeous – soft and stretchy – and I think pretty reasonable prices, given that.
I’m genuinely in love with the all-in-one – this is a size small but it’s generously sized and fits me (10/12) well: you can wear it droopy or a bit more tidily with the ribbon (sorry, but I’m a drooper!). Most noticably about the quality is that it’s not flimsy – and made from a jersey mix so it holds its shape which cotton tends not to do so well.
At the same time as checking out the loungewear, I’ve showered this morning with the Rituals Karma Shower Foam – BIG lathery foam! If you like a sweet floral blend with a kick of citrus then this is a beautiful way to kick off your day. My skin felt soft after using it, and the scent doesn’t linger for ever – it’s more of an in-the-moment experience which I prefer so that the fragrance isn’t fighting any perfume I put on later. However, there’s also a Bed & Body mist for refreshing and pepping that stays a while longer. I didn’t know that Rituals were so good on a shower foam, and I’m really a sucker for a Bed Mist – I’m so that person that spritzes their bedding and towels give half a chance.
The shorts on the Rituals site are slightly different to mine with a little tassle, but the all-in-one is exactly the same. Price-wise, the Shower Foam is £8.50, the Bed & Body Mist is £16.50, the shorts are £19, the singlet is £19 and the all-in-one is £49. You can find them HERE.
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