White Orchid is also known as the “Friendly Fortune” pj because each pajama comes with its own fortune cookie-esque wish for the future. Its all about feeling good emotionally and physically. White Orchid pajamas are made from the softest cotton interlock. They are wonderful to the touch and feel great on the body. They are also forgiving, so they are perfect for the holiday season when we want to slip into the roomiest, coziest item around. As stores are in the process of buying the line, CSP readers are getting a sneak preview of the product! Thank you very much, Dream Lounge ladies!
Dream Lounge White Orchid pajamas are a personal fave of the Smarty gals here, and we can’t wait for you to get your hands on a set of them, just in time for the holidays! Our friends at Dream Lounge want 18 of you lucky ducks to sleep a little better this holiday season wearing their super comfy pj’s, just for being Smarty!
Rules for entry
-Leave a comment below telling us where your favorite holiday light display is (address please, we’re going to post with a comprehensive list!). Make sure your email is linked to your comment so we can contact you!
-Bonus just for facebookers and pinterest junkies: Share this link on your facebook wall/pinterest board and leave a comment on our facebook wall that you did!
Winners will be selected on Thursday, 12/22 at 8pm, so mark your calendar and check out CSP and CSP facebook! Thanks for playing!
About Dream Lounge:
Dream Lounge is a pajama company started by local Charlottean, Jenna Lowe, and her biz partner, Paula Pereira. Both come from sales and marketing jobs in the fashion world and, as busy moms, they have always loved slipping into pjs. They are inspired by the need to create the perfect, comfy pajama to wear after a busy day of work and chasing the kids around. They have been in business since this summer and are always thinking about fun, new, and exciting ways to reinvent the sleepwear category and keep busy, multi-tasking women like them comfy, cozy and coming back for more.
We went to a friend’s Christmas party this weekend in lake forest in Tega cay, the neighborhood was full of lights
We love the Cook house in the Allyson Park neighborhood in South Charlotte:
10732 Honeynut Drive. Great lights to festive music!
Sherwood forest drive off of colony! Amazing and all for a good cause!
Definitely Sherwood Forest off of Colony Road!
I really like the Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway, it reminds me of visiting PTL as a child.
The Apple Creek-Farmwood neighborhood in Mint Hill is amazing!
Another vote for Sherwood Forrest off of Colony
Macauley in huntersville has some awesome lights there is even a house that did lights set to music its like watching a show!!!!
We always drive thru Sharon Woods on Christmas Eve when they set up their luminaries – so pretty!
We love the lights on Sherwood Forrest off of Colony.
We go many times and even see Santa standing outside on the weekends.
Sherwood Forrest, def!
“The Apple Creek-Farmwood neighborhood in Mint Hill is amazing!”
Yes I agree it is awesome!
Sherwood forest is a must see (off colony)
My family also likes Sherwood forest.
Commonwealth… a few blocks up from Morningside, near Commonwealth Methodist Church. There are two houses across the street from one another… amazing!
We always go through McAddenville, and this year will go to the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Love that granny can be a part of it & not have to leave the car!!
Our favorite is Holiday Lights at Daniel Stowe
My favorite place is Leavenworth, Wa. Its a little German town in eastern Washington with super cute shops. There are tons of family activities. You can take the train there for the Christmas tree lighting. There is sledding, sleigh rides, music in the park and a ton of other things. If you ever get a chance its a magical place at Christmas.
What girl has too many pjs? I would like to try these and recommend them to my friends.
There is a wonderful light display in Alton, IL . There is a group of retired “grandpa’s gang” that set up many displays in the whole park. There are carriage rides also at night.
Your pj line looks very saleable. Hope you will soon be in all department stores..GOOD LUCK!
We always enjoyed taking our children to Tanglewood Park for the Festival of Lights. Now it’s our grandchildren’s turn to have all the fun with their parents.
Candy Cane Lane in Milwaukee, WI