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Where's good for children's pyjamas?

(31 Posts)
allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:07:35

Where do you buy your children's pyjamas?

I want to spend about a tenner a set I suppose?
Nothing vile and hideous. Why are so many pj sets so horrid?
Online order.

allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:09:21

I have tried

La Redoute

Now trying Debenhams and John Lewis...

allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:21:37

Oh, and the reason I care is because we are going to stay with Grandparents who have not seen the children for 2 years, and I wand children to look GORGEOUS.

Sigh. Debenhams in price range but not that cute.
John Lewis has some gorgeous ones but they're all £20.

Do I just have to spend a bit more?

I would have thought £10 was plenty for a pair of pyjamas, given the work involved and the cost of fabric.

BlooCowWonders Wed 20-Jul-11 14:25:03

I've found that sainsburys pyjamas are really long lasting. Much better quality than any other supermarket and the dc always look really cute

allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:38:36

Thank you for answering!

Unfortunately Sains doesn't seem to do online orders.

4goingon14 Wed 20-Jul-11 14:41:11

Well you may not like them...but Boden do fantastic quality and very nice designs in childrens pj's. I buy them all in the sale which puts them in your price range...but full price they are more.

You can order online and you can get cashback if you used TopCashBack or Quidco.

HomemadeCommunistRussia Wed 20-Jul-11 14:42:37

What kind are you looking for?

If something traditional with buttons down the front then surprisingly Primark are very good.

allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:43:08

I've looked at Boden and got the huff because they don't seem to have anything in my children's sizes.

CestTout Wed 20-Jul-11 14:43:35

BHS any good?

allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:44:07

And Primark doesn't do online orders.

And now John Lewis website is playing up. FFS!

allhailtheaubergine Wed 20-Jul-11 14:44:50

Do BHS do online? I'll go and check.

HomemadeCommunistRussia Wed 20-Jul-11 14:59:06

Sorry didn't spot that about it needing to be on line.

I'm not sure the GPs will care about what pyjamas they are wearing anyway.

You sound really stressed, are you ok?

white company have a sale on might still be a bit over budget though. hmm

herbietea Wed 20-Jul-11 15:03:19

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4goingon14 Wed 20-Jul-11 15:09:18

These Guys also do some lovely great quality pj's but even on sale they are a touch above your price range.

archanat10 Wed 20-Jul-11 15:25:30 -BHS -Laura ashley

archanat10 Wed 20-Jul-11 15:29:58

Hey also try this -VERY
i personally love spongebob. i think will order.seems to be in my budget and with the cshback voucher i think, just find her size..*fingers crossed*

sparkle1977 Wed 20-Jul-11 15:30:51

I would agree that Sainsburys are great for PJs. Surprisingly tho I have found the best PJs to be from Matalan. Wash and wear really lovely. Not sure if they are online ?

The3Bears Wed 20-Jul-11 16:02:32

I second the Boden ones got 6 pairs this year for ds and they still look like new, they cost more than others but imo they're worth it smile

killercat Wed 20-Jul-11 16:08:33

I've bought cheap pairs before but now only ever buy White Company. Whenever there's a sale, I get a 15% off code, I see a good two-pack deal. They last for years and years and years. My three year old is just outgrowing her 2-3 sizes she has worn to death for the last 15 months (seriously, she spills her breakfast every day so they get washed loads), and they still look great. She is now wearing the 3-4 size I got DD1 when she was that age.
The nighties iron-up fabulous and the cotton stuff never seems to bobble.

grubbalo Wed 20-Jul-11 16:13:08

I really love Hatley - although again they are a bit out of your price range. A good retailler who sells them is Little Sunflowers who at least have free p&p, and if you use the code BUDGET or HELLO you should get 10% off.

Nicola10 Wed 20-Jul-11 18:14:33

I would agree with sparkle. Matalan are really good quality. The fabric is quite thick and do wash well. They are about £5 for a pair unless you are wanting simpson/star wars ones which I think are about a tenner.

LuckyMrsT Wed 20-Jul-11 18:14:45

I'll second Hatley, amazing stuff. £££ though.

lostlady Wed 20-Jul-11 19:21:53

This may sound weird, but by fat the nicest pyjamas I got mine recently was in Lidl. They are cotton, nice and soft, with no lurid horrible stuff, one girl, one boy, and very cheap. Wash well too. Luck of the draw tho, if they have them in.

TracyK Wed 20-Jul-11 19:29:47

Why not try ebay for White Company and Boden. As said before - they last for years and years.

I've just bought some lovely ones from Lands End- but they are brushed ones for winter. But they are doing brushed navy snowflake and brushed red checks for £5.50 - just add a t shirt. They are loely and soft and thick.

mejon Wed 20-Jul-11 20:49:07

Gap do fab pjs at around £15 a pair - a bit pricey but they wash really well and last for ages. I try to buy in the sale or when they do the 30% off vouchers. Nearly 5 year old DD1 still fits in her age 3 ones and they look as good as new. They have them online though not as much choice as in store.

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