Where To Buy The Coziest Loungewear in Hong Kong | Liv

Looking for the best place to buy loungewear in Hong Kong? We’ve got you sorted! There’s nothing like stripping off your work clothes and slipping into some soft and roomy sweatpants, so stock up on the good stuff with one of these local loungewear brands.

Tani Comfort

A proud Hong Kong brand with distribution worldwide, this eco-friendly loungewear label sources raw materials for its Tencel fabric from sustainable sources in Australia. It’s big on transparency, quality and comfort, so this is one brand you can feel good about. Despite its 20-year heritage, the designs are chic and stylish, with plenty of options, from prints to solid colours, so there’s bound to be something you like. In addition to loungewear, you’ll also find leggings, camisoles, underwear, thermals and slips. 


Big Bear Hug 

These pyjamas are seriously adorable! Available in a vast range of stylish prints, with options for couple and family matching sets, you can opt for spots, checks, florals in button-down, slouchy, robes, and more – the choice is endless!


Silver Lining Lingerie

This local brand offers pretty lingerie, jammies, loungewear and swimwear, as well as lines for brides, matching sets for mums and kids, and even a nursing line for new mums. We love the contrast piping on their pyjama sets, which are made with soft modal jersey. Pyjamas ring in at around $500 per set. Check the loungewear set for gorgeous kimonos, slinky vests, shorts and long pants.


Sau Lee 

Local gown designer Sau Lee has turned its hand to loungewear during the pandemic. It has an adorable limited-edition dim sum print line of jammies, camisoles and robes in a luxurious silk fabric. What’s more, 50 percent of profits from this line will be donated to AWAJ Foundation, an NGO dedicated to supporting garment workers in Bangladesh whose livelihoods have been affected by COVID-19. 

US$140-$250 from sau-lee.com


This luxe lingerie store offers loungewear in a variety of price points, from $810 for a short and shirt set, right up to a silk pyjama set from Olivia von Halle for $3,990. Whether you’re going for comfy cotton or sexy silk, you’ll find it all here. 



Comfort is the operative word at Oysho, a sister brand of Zara that specialises in loungewear, lingerie and swimwear. Comfy and ultra-soft, the loungewear comes in a selection of soft neutral colours, checks and spots, with fabric options such as cotton and fleece. Expect to pay roughly $200-$300 per piece. 



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This Hong Kong-based lingerie brand also has a fun range of loungewear and jammies that are so much better than a baggy old souvenir t-shirt. Find cute button-down sleep shirts, super-soft jogging bottoms, and loose cotton shirt dresses, all in simple pastel shades. Most pieces ring in at the $100-$200 mark, making it wallet-friendly choice.


Caelum Greene 

While Caelum Greene is known for its activewear, it also has a line of chic and sustainable loungewear from brands such as L’urv, Joah Brown and Lanston. With soft waistbands and slouchy fits in a range of neutral blush, grey and black, feeling comfy never looked so good. Pieces range from $600 to $1,680 for a luxe hoodie.



With stores in prominent points across the city, Intimissimi is known for its leggings and underwear. But be sure to check out the loungewear line, which has a lot of comfy and even eco options amid its satin slips. Check out the website for Intimissimi’s website, where you   can browse by fabric, including cotton, modal and eco-friendly viscose. 


Read more: The Coolest Hong Kong Activewear Brands

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