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Nightwear

Variants: – Adult onesie – all-in-one footed sleepsuit for adults – Babydoll – short, loose-fitting nightgown for women – Blanket sleeper – warm sleeping garment […]

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Variants:
– Adult onesie – all-in-one footed sleepsuit for adults
– Babydoll – short, loose-fitting nightgown for women
– Blanket sleeper – warm sleeping garment for infants and young children
– Chemise – delicate, sleeveless lingerie garment for women
– Negligee – loose-fitting sensuous nightwear for women

Regulations:
– CPSC regulations define children’s sleepwear
– Regulations apply to sizes 0-14, excluding certain items
– US regulations require compliance with Flammable Fabrics Act
– Compliance with CPSIA requirements is mandatory
– Standards include flammability, lead content, and phthalates

Types of Garments:
– Nightcap – warm cloth cap worn with sleepwear
– Nightgown – loose hanging nightwear for women
– Nightshirt – loose fitting shirt reaching below the knees
– Pajamas – traditionally loose fitting, two-piece garments
– Peignoir – long sheer outer garment for women

Sleeping Attire:
– Gym shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, sweatpants are common for sleepwear
– Underwear and socks are worn without outerwear
– Sleeping in the nude is common, especially in warmer climates
– CPSC issued a letter on children’s sleepwear safety
– Regulations include specific dimensions for tight-fitting garments

References:
– American Sex Survey (PDF) by ABC News
– Sleepwear Survey by The Clothes Show Magazine
– Sleepwear Policy and Loungewear Position Letter by US CPSC
– Detailed information and analysis available in the provided references.

Nightwear (Wikipedia)

Nightwear – also called sleepwear, or nightclothes – is clothing designed to be worn while sleeping. The style of nightwear worn may vary with the seasons, with warmer styles being worn in colder conditions and vice versa. Some styles or materials are selected to be visually appealing or erotic in addition to their functional purposes.

A man's nightshirt
A man's pajamas
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