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How can it be so hard to find pyjamas for dd?

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Dancergirl Mon 02-Jan-17 15:55:32

Dd likes really soft comfy pjs. A lot of pj bottoms at the moment seem to have elasticated ankles which she hates. She likes loose and baggy.

NOT fur or thick fleece - she gets too hot. Just nice soft cotton, either pjs or onesies. Around age 11-12. Any ideas please?

Strummerville Mon 02-Jan-17 16:30:11

I was just looking at these, but DD really doesn't need any more PJs. They might do? Only one design available in 11-12 though.

Dancergirl Mon 02-Jan-17 16:35:35

They are a great price but forgot to add we want over the head top not button up, sorry!

ASpiderInTheManger Mon 02-Jan-17 16:37:19

I have had this exact same problem with my dd, until we discovered new look pjs in their 9 15 range. They are fab. Wear and wash well, look lovely on and are v comfy. We managed to get a couple of pairs in the January sale too.

NancyJoan Mon 02-Jan-17 16:37:58

I buy bottoms separately, like, and then vests/t-shirts from H&M. She prefers that to a 'pair' of jimjams.

notagiraffe Mon 02-Jan-17 16:39:08

OP, I have the same problem for DSs. Always relied on Primark in the past but they're all meanly cut and tight round the ankles this year.

Ohdearducks Mon 02-Jan-17 16:41:00

Primary, Tesco's and Matalan? They usually have a good range of PJs

PinkSwimGoggles Mon 02-Jan-17 16:41:27

john lewis

or look in the boy section, they seem to have more open legs.

ScaryMonstersandSuperCreeps Mon 02-Jan-17 16:41:49

How about these from Peacocks?
There are others too! smile

Ohdearducks Mon 02-Jan-17 16:44:43

Primark not primary!

EwanWhosearmy Mon 02-Jan-17 16:50:55

I get mine from either Sainsburys or Boden.

missyB1 Mon 02-Jan-17 16:58:10

I always struggle for ds, he has eczema and gets very hot. I seem to always end up buying them from Little white company but your dd might be too old for those now. Have you tried Fat Face?

PinkSwimGoggles Mon 02-Jan-17 17:04:29

or look for lounge wear, uniglo have some nice ones.

RTKangaSANTAMummy Mon 02-Jan-17 17:26:55

We got DS some great ones from ASDA they are check bottoms with flappy legs and a T shirt top so perhaps look in boys section

Dancergirl Mon 02-Jan-17 22:03:15

Tried Fat Face but sold out now in her size.

scary thanks forgot about Peacocks, have ordered those, dd will love them! Will try John Lewis too.

UnexplainedOnHerCollar Mon 02-Jan-17 22:20:39

Multipacks from M&S, the cheaper ones where you get 3 pairs for £20 ish. Because they're the lower end of the range, they're really simple, plain legs, cotton and basic stripes or prints but no scratchy embroidery etc. Same thing in Sainsbury's - look for the cheapest multipacks.

I have DC who only like soft and comfy - it's a nightmare, especially as they get older - it's like shops don't think they count as proper clothes unless they're festooned with uncomfortable details.

UnexplainedOnHerCollar Mon 02-Jan-17 22:22:01

Oh and another good option is ebay - may take a while to chance upon what you want, but check regularly and you will get it (and cheap).

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