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Pyjama recommendations please

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You4coffee Tue 16-Dec-14 21:55:39

A busy night for me on s&b....

I need to buy someone pyjamas for christmas - i have no idea where to look - have looked at m&s and they seem a bit samey. Have looked at boux - but i have a feeling i've bought the recipient pjs from there before...anywhere else that you can recommend.

thanks

What's your budget?

squoosh Tue 16-Dec-14 22:51:43

Hush or Asos.

Bunbaker Tue 16-Dec-14 22:53:36

How tall is the recipient?

I am 5'7" which isn't exceptionally tall, and nearly all pyjama trousers flap above my ankles. The only shop where I have been able to get pyjamas with long enough legs is Primark.

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Tue 16-Dec-14 22:58:44

Bella di Notte? Haven't tried their nightwear but their thermal vests are good.

White Company? Not sure the quality's as good as it used to be.

You4coffee Tue 16-Dec-14 23:11:57

Really like the ones on Hush (especially the honeycomb ones) but sadly out of present buying budget. Have about £30 to spend.

Recipient isn't tall - probably about 5'4/5 so hopefully wont have your problem bunbaker

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Tue 16-Dec-14 23:19:29

M&S have some reduced - think it's 30% off until Wednesday.

MrsMcGregor Tue 16-Dec-14 23:20:15

I just ordered what look like nice Jigsaw jammies from John Lewis ... A bit over your budget at £49 but they have loads of choice.

southeastastra Tue 16-Dec-14 23:21:17

gap have some nice chrissmassy sets in the sale

MrsBertMacklin Tue 16-Dec-14 23:27:08

I love Joules' jersey ones (not the flannel ones).

cardamomginger Tue 16-Dec-14 23:53:41

House of Fraser have some nice ones. I like the Lines ones and Cyberjammies, which are too short in the leg for me, but would be fine for 5'4".

cardamomginger Tue 16-Dec-14 23:54:01

Linea not Lines.

DharmaBums Tue 16-Dec-14 23:56:58

Next have some lovely Christmassy ones ( currently wearing a pair with stars on them and they're soooo comfy)

You4coffee Wed 17-Dec-14 23:13:39

Thanks everyone. Went for some house of fraser ones in the end.

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