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Julia Berolzheimer, the founder and creator of her eponymous online lifestyle destination (formerly known as Gal Meets Glam) has partnered with the pajama geniuses at Lake to create an exclusive collection for women and children that meets all of our wildest garden loungewear dreams just in time for relaxing at home this spring.
Botanical-like patterns done in pale hues of pink, green, and blue married with ladylike silhouettes usher in a group of nightwear that is both elevated and refined, without feeling fussy or out-of-date. The creations, which reflect both Berolzheimer's and Lake's signature styles, are perfect for warmer temperatures and lounging about with your morning tea.
The collection draws its inspiration from florals found in meadows and gardens— specifically the ones growing in the Berolzheimers' own garden that they cultivated during the months spent in lockdown over last spring and summer during the pandemic.
"I gravitate toward very feminine pieces, lots of print, florals and happy, soft colors," says Berolzheimer. "We planted our first cottage garden last year: a mix of wildflowers we could cut over the summer. It was a little wild and unruly, not too prissy. That's what we wanted this collection to be: natural, effortless, and beautiful."
The collaboration, which had been in the works for the last few years, was a natural marriage between Berolzheimer's aesthetic and LAKE's ingenuity and quality of product. The pajamas, which are all made of poplin and the brand's signature Pima cotton, feature dainty silhouettes, like tie-top nightgowns, gathered sleeves, and the ever-timeless button-down sets.
"I've been a huge believer in [Lake] for years and love their products," says Berolzheimer. "They know that I have a very set taste and style and wanted to see what I would come up with for Lake."
The collection, which launched this week, is available at lakepajamas.com, as well as at the brand's two brick-and-mortar shops located in Atlanta and Charleston, South Carolina.
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