Where to buy ladies' pyjamas?

(13 Posts)
MercedesKing Thu 07-Mar-13 09:28:13

Ah, I bought my pajama from forever21, in fact it was my first time to but a set of pajama online, which is not that bad, well, guess I'd have anther try other items on those websites mentioned here, hope it would be great as well! smile

Bunbaker Fri 01-Mar-13 14:01:14

I got a lovely pair from Matalan recently. I have long legs and get fed up with pyjama legs flapping around my calves after a couple of washes.

I have the Love Bird set and it washes really well. The neckline is lower than it looks in the picture though.

willyoulistentome Fri 01-Mar-13 13:56:06

I got some lovely soft warm ones from Tescos actualy - I hates the tops they came with - so I passed those on to the clothes bank, and just wear old T-shirts. ( No seducing here!)

I found Primark ones didn't wash well and ultimately didn't last long enough. I got some nice Esprit ones for Xmas but they're not selling them right now. Amazon had ones at a reasonable price by Tom Franks but they're a bit rough/sack clothy although they are comfy. How about TK Maxx?

BackforGood Tue 26-Feb-13 23:03:59

Another vote for Primark here - lovely PJs smile

Primark!
Seriously non seducing, cosy fleecy toastiness at bargainous prices grin

tb Tue 26-Feb-13 22:37:27

Bought some lovely ones from Costco. Only problem is that in winter dh pinches the bottoms - they're check - when it's -5 as his legs get cramp. They are lovely fleecy ones - got some from qvc for dd, Carole someone I think.

EuroShagmore Thu 13-Dec-12 21:37:57

I buy the bottoms in m and s- they are really good quality. And then have a selection of cheap vests and tops to layer with them. I don't like full sets of pyjamas.

SilverSixpence Thu 13-Dec-12 21:22:43

I also love my Hush PjS, but wish they had elasticised waists to get them on and off easier!

OhCobblers Thu 13-Dec-12 21:18:52

Www.hush-uk.com are fab!

Parisbanana Sat 01-Dec-12 19:44:40

I love Gap ones. Really soft brushed cotton bottoms with T shirt or vest tops (sold as pj tops and in matching/toning colours). They wash and last really well.

pollyblue Sat 01-Dec-12 19:38:58

I really like Joe Browns, mainly because it's one of the few places that does bottoms long enough for me, about 32". Have a couple of lovely brushed cotton bottoms from there.

AndiMac Sun 18-Nov-12 17:26:47

Where you all buy your pjs? I am looking for long bottoms and long sleeved tops, stuff for winter nights, not for seducing. I don't mind if the tops are simple long-sleeved t-shirts or buttoned and collared numbers. But somewhere with a good selection as I need to direct DH towards it for a Christmas present.

I always get nice stuff from Peter Alexander from my Aussie relatives, but they aren't really warm enough for now.

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