Looking for an overnight upgrade?Slip into a set of Frette pajamas.
Nigel Cox Frette 228-thread-count cotton pajamas and satchel, $320.
| Credit: Nigel Cox

For almost 150 years, Frette—practically Italian for “molto nice sheets”—has been spinning the finest Egyptian fibers into duvets and shams for royals, aristocrats, the Orient-Express, the Vatican, and pretty much every grand hotel you can name. In 1889 the Milanese brand introduced a collection of delicate lingerie and lacy pieces for Europe’s richest women. A century later the line was expanded into Frette to Wear, with robes, nightgowns, and other loungewear. The highlight: classic man-tailored pajamas made from 100 percent Egyptian cotton, with an em-broidered company crest and a travel satchel to match. They’re cut from the same magical cloth as Frette’s famed linens, so when you put them on at home—presto!—you’ll be transported to the Ritz.