ThirdLove teamed up with designer Sarah Flint on the prettiest pajamas for summer

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There’s just something about going to bed in matching pajamas that feels so luxurious and fabulous. Sure, your favorite T-shirt and old workout shorts are comfy, but don’t you want to feel grown and sexy sometimes?

If you’re ready to invest in just one matching PJ set for special occasions, make it the new ThirdLove x Sarah Flint collab. This collection marks footwear designer Sarah Flint’s first foray into apparel, and she really knocked it out of the park. The loungewear line includes a Pajama Shirt, Pajama Shorts and Pajama Pants, all of which feature a stunning blue and white floral print.

ThirdLove x Sarah Flint Pajama Shirt, $65

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ThirdLove x Sarah Flint Pajama Short, $60

Credit: ThirdLove

ThirdLove x Sarah Flint Pajama Pant, $65

Credit: ThirdLove

So pretty, right? If you can’t choose between the shorts or the pants, you’re in luck! You can buy all three pieces as a set for $190. Each style is available in sizes XS-XL and made from a super soft, stretchy cotton material that won’t make you too hot at night.

For now, the Sarah Flint PJs at ThirdLove are limited edition, so when they’re gone, that’s the end. If you want to get your hands on these gorgeous items, it’s best to shop now before they sell out.

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