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Which Christmas PJ's have you bought?

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greedygoose Thu 11-Oct-12 23:04:47

Following on from 'why Christmas pyjamas' I am thinking about which ones to get! Last year went stripy all in one suits for everyone (4,6,and 7) but just wondered if anyone had seen some nice ones out there yet?

paneer Thu 11-Oct-12 23:21:59

I got matching ones for DD and I last year and planning on doing the same again.

Her's still fit, mine are a little loose as I have lost a bit of weight!!

But the cost is... well not cheap for what we got last year, but really lovely. Thinking of these ones this year.

Zeeky Fri 12-Oct-12 07:44:46

Paneer those PJs are all lovely but not sure I can stomach the prices!

MikeLitorisBites Fri 12-Oct-12 07:47:05

I've just bought my girls fleece ones with built in feet from primark. (Not the all in ones)

£7 a pair.

CherryMonster Fri 12-Oct-12 08:35:46

i havent yet. although i did see some nice ones the other day, only trouble is i cant remember where.

ChestyNutterStaringInTheWindow Fri 12-Oct-12 10:00:18

Is that really £72 pounds for a pair of pjs? shock

It will be Asda or primarni specials here!

fuzzpig Fri 12-Oct-12 11:22:29

Last year we got some from Boots, they were in the 3 for 2 as they are xmas ones. They've kept really nicely (mini mode clothes usually do).

This year I'm thinking of disney store - this nightie for DD (I hate it, but she isn't getting much girly stuff this year and I know she will love it)

Can't see them on the site but also from there I'll be getting some for DS, they have Sully (monsters inc) ones or the ones that look like a racing driver outfit.

£12 each which is a bit much for us but now I've seen some for £72 I don't feel so bad grin

SheppySheepdog Fri 12-Oct-12 14:52:14

I picked up lovely plain button-down checked pyjamas for ds1 in the Boots sale last year for just over a tenner and managed to find an almost matching set for ds2 (I think they have Tigger or similar on them) in Asda. £6! I am a convert.

Inneedofbrandy Fri 12-Oct-12 14:59:24

these for dd http://direct.asda.com/george/older-girls-nightwear/fairisle-print-fleece-pyjama-set/G003916569,default,pd.html

these for ds http://direct.asda.com/george/older-boys-nightwear/checked-pyjama-set-red/G003934914,default,pd.html

these for me http://direct.asda.com/george/womens-nightwear/animal-print-pyjama-set/GEM261509,default,pd.html?cm_vc=PPCXSLLF

although I'm really tempted by this http://direct.asda.com/george/womens-nightwear/checked-nightdress/GEM265066,default,pd.html?cm_vc=PPCXSLLF

iloveholidays Fri 12-Oct-12 20:13:35

There seems to be a few bargains at tesco. I'm thinking of the £5 peppa or Minnie ones...

www.clothingattesco.com/kids/nightwear/icat/kids-nightwear/#esp_cf=pdxtgender&esp_filter_pdxtgender=Girls&esp_viewall=y

White Company every time for me, I love the quality and the classic styles.

They wash and wash without bobbling, and look great after a year of wear.

I used to buy DS ones from GAP but the quality of the ones last year was appalling. They are really rough and bobbly and shoddy following a couple of washes.

FortiesCromarty Fri 12-Oct-12 22:13:56

Mad scientist ones here very cute, but sizes come up small.

Love those forties

FortiesCromarty Fri 12-Oct-12 22:52:30

We bought some of the same brand with a different pattern on last year, and they've lasted well, no bobbles, only slight fading but that's because I wash PJs at 60 degrees not 40.

OhTheConfusion Sat 13-Oct-12 23:22:23

I had a bit of a spree in the white company today, I got these for DD1, these for DD2, these for DS (although this will be the last year from here as he is getting too big :-()

Still need to get some for DH and I but having spent £££ on pj's I thought I should stop for one day!

blondieminx Sat 13-Oct-12 23:43:29

Zeeky same here grin. Just said to DH "If I spend £72 on PJ's will you bring me breakfast in bed?" His reply was "WHAAAAT" and this face hmm

grin

Primark cosy brushed cotton all the way in the Minx household smile except for lanky DH

cece Sat 13-Oct-12 23:47:41

So far I have got a pair from Primark for DS2. Fireman Sam and only £6.

DS1 really on needs the trousers and no top - anyone seen where you can just buy that?

DD wants a nightie....

whoneedstosleep Sun 14-Oct-12 08:19:44

Gap snuggle fit here for DS smile
They have cute monkey ones with Santa hat & scarf.

Vagaceratops Sun 14-Oct-12 08:26:49

Tu @ Sainsbury's here.

Primark had just PJ bottoms for a fiver. MIL buy the DC their Christmas PJ's so I don't have any input with them. I buy them PJ's as presents from Primark.

DesperatelySeekingSedatives Sun 14-Oct-12 12:39:31

Got 1 year old DS some Dear Zoo ones from Sainsburys yesterday. A tenner smile I adore them!

DD aged 5 has got an £8 nightie from Asda with some Disney Princesses on it. It's a little gaudy for my liking but she'll love it and she's the one wearing it so that's what matters.

sunnyday123 Sun 14-Oct-12 15:33:28

Love the fairisle in tesco ones thanks or the link iloveholidays

PoppyScarer Sun 14-Oct-12 17:19:45

I bought some for both my DCs in last year's sale, uber-cheap. They are in a box in the loft. I cannot remember what they look like, possibly from M&S? It'll be a nice surprise, if the moths haven't eaten them!

pumpkinsweetie Sun 14-Oct-12 17:30:56

The ones in primark are lovely, so many different ones to choose from and very cheap. The all-in-ones are lovely too, going to get my dcs and neices/nephews a set each for crimbosmile

Titsalinabumsquash Sun 14-Oct-12 17:36:47

The boys have really got into football this year so have both got Spurs personalised pjs, DP had some sonic lounge pants as its a huge treat for them all to sit a play sonic past bed time occasionally. I'm coveting some cheesy elmo Christmas ones in Primark grin I'll also get new DS3 some when he decides to show and I know what size he'll need, probably some funky Christmassy ones too. smile

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