Lingerie, Stockings and Shapewear

Sweet Dreams Gift Box and Turban Tutorial

Can you hear the jingle bells ringing? It’s only 39 sleeps until Christmas and I’m getting super duper excited!
There’s more to Christmas than the gifts that lay under the tree but it still can be stressful trying to find something for that special someone that they will love and that won’t break the bank.

Betty Blues Loungewear has been one of my favourite nightwear brands since I bought one of their gorgeous Leopard Print Dressing Gowns a few years back and wore it in my Miss Pinup New Zealand talent section. Since their pieces are on the higher end of the price scale, they have created a special gift box for the holiday season to help make buying presents for the vintage lover in your life easier and not put too much strain on your bank account.

The Sweet Dreams Gift Box includes a Pyjama Bag (£19), Sleep Mask (£20) and Turban (£30), all in a beautifully soft peach floral fleece. Buying the Sweet Dreams Gift Box for £50 means that you save significant money than if you were to purchase each item individually and in my mind, takes the guess work out of gift buying. It’s not lingerie, so you won’t feel awkward giving it to a family member and since it comes all packaged up in a pretty gift box, you don’t even have to worry about wrapping it!

Watch today’s YouTube video where I show you each item and demonstrate how to put on the Turban for ultimate Carmen Miranda vibes around the house.

To purchase a Sweet Dream Gift Box, head over to the Betty Blue’s Loungwear website where you’ll also see that there’s four other options available like luxurious velvets in Purple, BlackGreen and a Polka Dot Satin Gift Box. These are actually all made from leftover fabrics from past collections!


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*this is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own

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