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Unwrapped: The Sleep Lover’s Gift Guide

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For the nester in your life

Tis officially the season for gift-giving. For us, that's a full month (31 days!) in which we’ll be providing gift ideas for everyone on your list with our Unwrapped holiday gift guides. So make your holiday shopping a breeze this season, and let us help you find gifts for all the people in your life—and maybe even a spoiled pet or two.

Are you still in a coma following yesterday's food festivities? Same. As we find ourselves hanging out in our comfiest (read: waistband-free) getups, it's prime time to think about what we will be gifting all the sleep lovers in our lives.

Also known as nesters, these snooze-loving creatures are notorious for loving all things cozy and sleep-adjacent. From all the products one needs to achieve the best night's sleep to fashion-forward leisure garbs, here are the 15 gifts that will make every day spent in bed feel like a luxe staycation.

Brooklinen, Twill Core Sheet Set, from $189 for a Queen size, available at Brooklinen.
No one makes better sheets than this Brooklyn, New York-based company. This season, the brand outdid itself by introducing its Twill collection, a softer-than-soft fabric similar to jersey. These sheets are a dream to sleep on (we've personally tested them out) and will contribute to the many sweet dreams their lucky recipient will have this holiday season.

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