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Nice, comfortable, grown up pyjama bottoms that don't cost a fortune

(14 Posts)
Lottapianos Tue 20-Nov-18 12:56:15

I'm not a child so I'm not interested in rainbows or unicorns or fluffy stuff. I don't want to spend a fortune - up to £20 for pyjama bottoms would be fine. I need them to be cuffed at the bottom and full length leg. Absolutely nothing even remotely Christmassy smile

Has anyone seen anything decent recently?

spiderlight Tue 20-Nov-18 13:56:17

Any good?

WeeSausage Tue 20-Nov-18 14:11:12

I got some amazingly comfortable ones for £12 from Sainsbury's. I think they were these but in a different colour. They are soft and have pockets too.

PlayingForKittens Tue 20-Nov-18 14:13:36

I love fatface pj bottoms. Live in them in the house. Over your budget full price but I buy in the sales. They are soft, comfy and last ages.

Perfectpanda11 Tue 20-Nov-18 14:20:10

I find Primark really good for basic cotton pyjama bottoms that wear really well.

Didiusfalco Tue 20-Nov-18 14:23:47

M&S definitely have a few things that would fit the bill and I think Asda have some nice nightwear this year too, but the quality is variable so worth looking in store rather than ordering online.

youngestisapsycho Tue 20-Nov-18 14:24:36

I have these... so soft. Lots of options in M&S.

chemenger Tue 20-Nov-18 14:26:54

Sainsbury’s always have good cotton or fleece pyjamas. TK Maxx does as well but that’s a bit more random. Coming up to Christmas there will be pyjamas everywhere, and they won’t all be covered in reindeer.

iwantasofa Tue 20-Nov-18 14:29:51

Another vote for m&s, if you are ok with black jersey material.

Figmentofimagination Tue 20-Nov-18 15:04:50

I'd go for Boux avenue. They have some lovely lounge pants. I'm currently wearing their navy and floral ones with cuffed ankles. Some are 40% off at the moment, and others are reduced.

ErrolTheDragon Tue 20-Nov-18 15:23:24

Lands end, in the sale though.

Lottapianos Wed 21-Nov-18 06:31:24

Thanks everyone, lots of options smile

thelittlesquidge Wed 21-Nov-18 11:15:54

Have you had a look at River Island, too? They often do satin patterned bottoms with pj blouse combos which are usually lovely! Or even the satin/more fancy pairs from Primark, the quality has vastly improved recently!

MrsMarigold Wed 21-Nov-18 11:16:42

Cyberjammies website

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