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If Oprah’s lists are any indication, Cozy Earth just might make some of her favorite styles, well, on earth.
The bedding and loungewear brand has landed a coveted spot on her “Favorite Things” roundups not just once, but five times in a row, with her picks including everything from sheets to socks.
And right now, you can score the label’s cozy style staples — including many of Winfrey’s favorites — for 20% off during the Cozy Earth Presidents Day Sale.
Not sure where to start? Add some cozy to your closet with the Bamboo Jogger Pant ($124, originally $155), a versatile viscose style promising pajama-level comfort — plus pockets.
“I’m a sucker for anything that feels like a second skin,” Oprah gushed of the “oh so soft” pants on her 2020 “Favorite Things” list.
Bamboo Jogger Pant ($124, originally $155)
If it’s actual pajamas you’re after, however, the media mogul’s top picks also include the Long Sleeve Bamboo Pajamas ($148, originally $185), which scored a spot on her 2019 gift-ready roundup.
The breathable design is now available in a total of seven colors — including two new spring-ready pastel hues — and is designed to stay cooler than cotton.
Long Sleeve Bamboo Pajamas ($148, originally $185)
For those dreaming of new sheets to match, Winfrey also called the brand’s Bamboo Sheet Set ($255, originally $319) the “softest ever” on her 2018 list, adding that they “may help regulate body temperature, meaning both chilly sleepers and hot flashers can get a good night’s rest.”
Also among the “temperature-regulating” products that became hot picks for Winfrey? The Plush Lounge Sock ($39 for a three-pack, originally $48) — a unisex style available in five color packs — made her 2021 list.
The Plush Lounge Sock ($39 for a three-pack, originally $48)
“These cushy knit socks for lounging or every day come in trios of terrific colors and not only make you feel like you’re walking on clouds, but also use temperature-regulating technology to keep feet from overheating,” Winfrey wrote of the ribbed design.