The Perfect: Way to Relax

Welcome to “The Perfect,”’s weekly roundup where we lay out exactly what you’ll need for the perfect outfit, shopping list, Saturday night, or whatever it may be.

The only remedy to a long day of running and rushing is relaxing—no matter how you dice it. The preferred manner of unwinding differs per person, yet the end result should always be the same: a bit of bliss that lets you completely forget about the daily grind.

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1 Comforter

If your bed is a refuge from the storm of emails, meeting requests, and notification pop-ups, make it the most comfortable it can be with new sheets and a fluffy comforter.

Buffy Comforter, $150,


2 Supplement

Take a chill pill, literally, with a supplement designed to manage your cortisol levels.* Beyond keeping stress in check, it can also help your sleep quality (vital since fitful sleeping is seriously stressful).*

Integrative Therapeutics Cortisol Manager, $24 – 30ct;

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

3 Journal

Unwind productively by jotting down reflections, highlights, or coulda-done-that-differently moments in a daily diary.

Kikki.K Journal, $25;


4 Bath Salts

Running a warm bath is soul-soothing enough, but you can really amp up the relaxation factor by adding a mixture concocted specifically to help you chill the eff out.

Herbivore Botanicals Calm Bath Salts, $18;


5 Pajamas

It might be physically impossible to wind down from the day if you’re still wearing the same clothes. Get into something more comfortable, yet still feel a little polished.

J. Crew Nightshirt, $68;


Leah Melby Clinton is the Director of Branded Editorial Strategy at and, where she oversees the creation of co-branded stories covering fashion, beauty, and beyond.

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Source : Elle