Nice pyjamas?

(23 Posts)
FunkinEll Sun 02-Oct-16 14:31:01

I've decided to chick away all my crap, holey, mismatched pyjamas and treat myself to a couple of new sets.

Can anyone recommend any? I'd like them to be cotton, not too tight fitting and they're for the winter rather than summer. Budget of around £30 (the anti-spendthrift in me cannot deal with £30 on PJs!).

MammasBrandNewBag Sun 02-Oct-16 14:55:03

Ooh, me too. I am getting these: m.asos.com/asos/asos-pastel-bloom-traditional-shirt-long-leg-pyjama-set/prd/6518707?iid=6518707&clr=Multi&SearchQuery=&cid=6046&pgesize=50&pge=0&totalstyles=541&gridsize=2&gridrow=4&gridcolumn=2

MammasBrandNewBag Sun 02-Oct-16 14:58:13

Or these m.asos.com/chelsea-peers/chelsea-peers-soft-peachy-sweat-and-jogger-pj-set/prd/6901248?iid=6901248&clr=Peach&cid=6046&pgesize=50&pge=0&totalstyles=541&gridsize=2&gridrow=9&gridcolumn=2

BikeRunSki Sun 02-Oct-16 14:59:15

Hush pricey but lovely and last for years.

wobblywonderwoman Sun 02-Oct-16 15:02:14

I love joules PJs but honestly, try primark. They are not bad at all!

Talisin Sun 02-Oct-16 15:04:30

Just got these Next ones last week and they're lovely. Wearing them right now in fact.

TeaMeBasil Sun 02-Oct-16 15:06:11

I had a clear out too and I got three pairs of DKNY pj bottoms in TK maxx, 12.99 each, soft & fit perfectly. My new favourites!!

whitehandledkitchenknife Sun 02-Oct-16 15:13:08

I replied on another PJ thread praising the current Primark 100% brushed cotton ones. They are amazing quality, lovely designs (including chic grey with white spots - equal to JL's) for £8 a pop. What's not to like? and I'm really fussy about my PJs

CeolNaMara Sun 02-Oct-16 15:16:51

I came on to say Hush as well - mine have lasted so well and I love the patterns too.

CeolNaMara Sun 02-Oct-16 15:17:41

I agree with PP about Hush - last brilliantly and great prints.

CeolNaMara Sun 02-Oct-16 15:17:58

Sorry, double post. Grrrr.

FunkinEll Sun 02-Oct-16 15:36:03

Lots of great suggestions, thanks!

I really like the ASOS prints but they are modal, what is modal exactly does anyone know?

The hush ones are lovely but £50 which is about 5x more than I've ever spent on PJs before.

Love the next ones, lovely colour and print.

I'm going to head to TK Maxx and Primark tomorrow to see what's there. There's a next there too so hopefully I'll come home with something.

Jenijena Sun 02-Oct-16 15:40:20

Really love my Next pyjamas...

I'm thinking of getting these.

DianaT1969 Sun 02-Oct-16 18:25:20

I have several from Primark which have lasted years and I still like them.

Wellhellothere1 Sun 02-Oct-16 18:40:25

I have been buying the Rosie Huntington Wiley range at marks for years and love them. I think they look good enough to wear as lounge wear and feel nice and cool and comfy in bed.
www.marksandspencer.com/l/lingerie/rosie-for-autograph-lingerie/rosie-for-autograph-nightwear-n-c04cn?&mcptredirect

MammasBrandNewBag Sun 02-Oct-16 19:38:23

The RHW collection is lovely.

OP, modal is essentially processed beechwood.

peaz1 Sun 02-Oct-16 20:42:04

I am currently wearing these: www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01DYR03GQ/ref=pd_sim_193_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SZN4G2GR5F89H8PJT0VW

Decent length, cosy and warm. Not sure how they will come up after a wash though.

987flowers Sun 02-Oct-16 20:53:57

Does anyone else find pjs really difficult to size? I'm a size 10, 5ft7 with long legs (32") I always have to buy medium and they rarely fit in the leg but I can't go any bigger or they'd call down.

BikeRunSki Sun 02-Oct-16 21:06:00

I like Hush 987 because they do long legs PJs. I'm 5'8" and 32" leg.

987flowers Sun 02-Oct-16 22:51:02

That's good to know, I'll put them on my Christmas list!!!!

chanie44 Mon 03-Oct-16 06:10:31

I really like the sainsburys 3/4 length pjs for £10. They are nice cotton and wash well.

I wait until they have their 25% off and buy them for £7.50.

GizmoFrisby Mon 03-Oct-16 06:21:24

Fat face do beautiful pyjamas. Wash really well and so comfy.

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