I have to admit we are a bit of a PJ family, if we aren’t going anywhere more often than not the girls will request a pyjama day. We all stay in our pj’s and after our evening bath we get changed into clean ones! There really is nothing like the feel of fresh new night wear is there?!
We were delighted to be offered the chance to review some pjs from Pyjamas.com for both myself and the girls, unfortunately I was a little optimistic in my sizing and hopefully it may get over the ample cleavage in a couple of months *cough*. However with both girls loving theirs and having just redone their bedroom with Laura Ashley accessories etc it seemed like the perfect chance to showcase their pretty pink night attire!
Evie is almost 9 and feels a little bit too old for character pjs but loves Youtube, so when we spotted this Grumpy Cat set we knew we found the ideal pair! I find elasticated legs are the best for the girls as they often wake up when their pj bottoms ride up (I hate this myself too!) so this is always something I look out for. The fabrics are so soft and the designs are superb, sizing was age 9/10 and she is rather leggy so it fits perfectly!
Amelia is a huge Paw Patrol fan and often we end up buying from the boy section as she isn’t too keen on girly pink but this bubble gum set hit the spot with her. Again with elasticated leg and wrist bands and supersoft cotton around the neck this set was simply ideal for her. I ordered size 4/5 thinking it would last her a while (she is 4 but small!) and it fits perfectly so I would say true to size.
The childrens pjs all start from £6.99 and there is so much choice, I have seen similar pjs in supermarkets and high street stores for double the price so I know where I will be buying from now on. Any money saving is great in my eyes and to find high quality as well as comfort, well that ticks all the boxes for me.
We were gifted the pjs from Pyjamas.com. All views and opinions are my own and genuine.
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