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The Best Pajamas, According to Racked Readers
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Here at Racked, we’re obsessed with finding you the very best things to wear that are worth spending your money on, from denim to lingerie to workout clothes. Last year we launched the Racked Lounge community on Facebook, and we’ve been thrilled to watch our readers discuss their favorite finds, from the perfect white button-down to the best black skinny jeans. Racked readers are an incredibly smart and savvy community, and they’ve often turned our team on to new picks we had yet to try ourselves.

So we decided to turn the tables and ask them to give us their recommendations, and each week we’ll publish a roundup. To kick it off, we asked readers to share their favorite pajama sets — for those who want to graduate from sleeping in old college tees and sweats to something a little more put-together.

First, the most popular picks:

  • Four readers swore by Gap Body, particularly the modal nightgowns ($32, currently only available in S and XL).
  • Three also recommended J.Crew pajamas, including the vintage pajama set ($95) and the cotton nightshirt ($68). Sizes range from XXS to XXL.
  • Two recommendations for Target's Gilligan O’Malley pajamas (on sale for $14). Sizes range from XS to XXL.

This way to shop the rest of the recommendations.>>

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I’m not the glamorous pregnant person you’ve seen on Instagram. I’m not your stylish friend from high school whose well-documented life looks as if it were masterfully lit by tree sprites and I’m certainly not one of the legion of pregnant tastemakers and influencers who never wear the same outfit twice.

I’m not a “good” pregnant person. I must be doing it wrong. —Stephie Grob Plante

 

In “Dressing for Two,” Stephie Grob Plante writes about how hard it can be to shop while pregnant. Maternity wear has a strange history and somewhat reinvigorated present that is complicated by our own experiences of pregnancy. Click here to read the full story.

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The Mascara That Also Works Wonders on Your Brows
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As a former beauty editor and someone who will happily film her makeup and skincare routines for Instagram Stories, people love to ask me what my desert island makeup product is — that one tube of lipstick or dark-circle-forgiving concealer so treasured that I’d wear it and only it for the rest of my life. For me, that’s Besame Cosmetics Brown Cake Mascara.

But I don’t use it as a mascara — I use it as a brow pigment.

Smearing mascara on your eyebrows sounds a lot more Groucho Marx than Cara Delevingne, but the thing that makes Besame’s mascara different is the fact that it’s a cake mascara, so instead of coming in a tube, it’s packaged like a mini bar of soap tucked inside a small metal container. In lieu of a bushy wand is a teeny brush that almost looks like a mini toothbrush; it has packed bristles, which means it picks up loads of pigment and distributes it evenly.

The process for using it as a brow product is the exact same as how you’d use it as a mascara, only you swipe it on your brows instead of your lashes. First, I wet the mini brush with a splash of water and then swirl it around the cake to pick up the shade. Then, using tiny upward strokes, I brush the pigment over my brows. Since it uses water to transform from a solid to a liquid, the pigment is thinner — sort of like watercolor paint. It’s insanely buildable and brushes on natural-looking, and since it’s not that thick, it dries without making your brows super stiff.

Really, Besame’s Cake Mascara is a three-for-one — a mascara, a brow filler, and, in a pinch, a liquid liner. For a vintage product, that makes it surprisingly modern. —Maria Del Russo, contributing writer

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