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Kid's Pyjamas.

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LynetteScavo Tue 08-Sep-09 20:16:10

Where do you buy nice PJs at a decent price?
I would normally go for Boden/Gap/White Company, but as I need 4 pairs for DD, and don't want (can't)spend £60 I'm having a bit of a problem.

Even the ones in H&M were £10 a pair.

Am I just being realy tight?

JackieNo Tue 08-Sep-09 20:20:57

Maybe investigate Tesco and Sainsburys? Or La Redoute? Not sure what the quality's like though.

JackieNo Tue 08-Sep-09 20:21:16

(how old is she?)

LynetteScavo Tue 08-Sep-09 20:23:56

She's 4. I guess it will have to be Sainsbury's then.

Clure Tue 08-Sep-09 20:24:49

vertbaudet £16 for 2pairs
bargain at asda
these too

Harimosmummy Tue 08-Sep-09 20:26:42

M&Co do decent ones... They wash well too. Or look on Ebay.

I get loads of Boden and Gap clothes for DS from Ebay.

EleanoraBuntingCupcake Tue 08-Sep-09 20:26:58

can you wait for the white company sale? hard to beat their pjs

feedthegoat Tue 08-Sep-09 20:27:37

I refuse to buy expensive PJs now. Unless you are passing them down between children I don't see the point really. I like Matalan as they are reasonably priced (they usually do some that are two pairs for £8).The ones I have had have washed well and felt good quality.

NoahFence Tue 08-Sep-09 20:27:49

tesco fgs

white company for kdis pjs?

madness

brimfull Tue 08-Sep-09 20:29:03

primark do loads

ElfOnTheTopShelf Tue 08-Sep-09 20:31:14

DD has a mix of:

Expensive:
Mothercare
Disneyshop
Marks and Spencers

Not so Expensive:
Tesco
Asda

She loves them all (she's four soon)

She also likes the ones you can get from The Christmas Catalogue which are personalised. not bad quality and fairly cheap.

NotanOtter Tue 08-Sep-09 20:32:21

white company are great for boys pjs as they wash and wash and worth the money imo

roomforthree Tue 08-Sep-09 20:34:08

If you don't mind character pjs, these are very cheap.

I bought the Upsy Daisy pjs for DD last year, and then saw the EXACT same ones in Debenhams for about £10 more.

CaptainNancy Tue 08-Sep-09 20:34:33

Sainsburys actually have some nice White Companyesque pjs at the moment- they were white flannel with little blue sprigs of flowers- very girly and sweet.
They also have some pink check flannel ones in.

White company stripey ones are 2 pairs for £22 I think, so wouldn't be £60... wink there are usually some discount codes floating around, especially in the run-up to christmas.

It's odd isn't it- pjs do seem very expensive.

I quite like gap ones too, but usually need to buy a size up, as they are very tight fitting due to US clothing regs and fire hazards...

ramonaquimby Tue 08-Sep-09 20:34:38

primark do the best flannel 2 piece pjs for girls and boys. bargin price, last year they were £3

EleanoraBuntingCupcake Tue 08-Sep-09 20:36:08

noah - white company pjs are my one nonsensical weakness

LynetteScavo Tue 08-Sep-09 20:38:43

Thankyou - will check Sainsburys and Primark. And I'll remember to stock up in the sales next year!

dogonpoints Tue 08-Sep-09 20:38:45

don;t believe you, bunting. If you buy pjs from white company, you must have at least a few other overpriced purchaes wink

NotanOtter Tue 08-Sep-09 20:39:36

captain nancy those gap ones are lush
boys in them are sooooo adorable!

PCPlumIsMyHomeboy Tue 08-Sep-09 20:40:22

My DD is nearly 4, got her a lovely pack of 2 PJs in M&S last week for about £12

FritesMenthe Tue 08-Sep-09 20:41:04

primark for brushed cotton (go up a size as they do shrink at first, but then last forever)

Slubberdegullion Tue 08-Sep-09 20:41:26

I'm saving up my children's pj buying until christmas, then I can put them on the dd's pillows on christmas eve

and



waits for it........

oh and dogon points did you not see my fabulous namechanging ideas for you?
<grump>

dogonpoints Tue 08-Sep-09 20:41:53

pjs are ridiculously expensive though. I bought the dds pjs in M&Co recently and I'm sure they were about a tenner. Hardly top notch.

Slubberdegullion Tue 08-Sep-09 20:41:55

I also agree with Eleanora wink

PCPlumIsMyHomeboy Tue 08-Sep-09 20:42:11

see?

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