Blogmas Day 4: Christmas Pyjamas

This may sound like the strangest idea for a post, but I for one love a good pair of Christmas pyjamas, and does anybody else have the tradition of having new pyjamas to wear for Christmas Eve, that they wear when opening presents the next morning?

New Look

Red Christmas Elf Pyjama Set


How could I not include a pyjama set that are Elf themed? If you haven’t seen Elf then these might look a little bit strange, but then I think practically everybody has seen that film. These cost £19.99 and look like cute Christmas pyjamas. The bottoms are cuffed and are covered in candy canes, snowflakes and Santa’s sleigh.

Petite Pastel Pink Fairisle Pyjama Set

I’m not quite sure about the top, but the bottoms are so pretty! I love the pastel pink colouring, as it makes such a change to the classic red and green. These cost £12.99 which isn’t bad considering you’re getting a top and bottoms!

Black Christmas Slogan Pyjama Set

The bottoms of these look super similar to the Elf ones, but if you aren’t a fan of Elf or don’t want Buddy the Elf on your top. This top says Do Not Disturb I’m Waiting For Christmas, which is quite sweet. The bottoms are covered in mince pies, gingerbread men, baubles and stockings. These cost £14.99

ASOS

ASOS Christmas Sleigh All Day Oversized Pyjama Tee

Some people may prefer an oversized tee, as they are great for sleeping in, as they’re really comfortable and cozy. This one costs £18 and isn’t as crazy as the other ones in terms of design.

ASOS Curve Christmas Vacay Tee & Pyjama Pant Set

These look like they’d be really comfortable plus the design isn’t too crazy. The bottoms are covered in Santa hats and snowflakes which matches the colour of the lettering on the tee. These cost £24
Not the traditional green and red, but this was too pretty not to include. I love the colouring of the pink, white and grey. This costs £32 which is quite expensive for what it is, but the colours are just stunning!

Monki Christmas Pyjama Set

Quite a traditional set because of the style, and the colour, but the print gives it that little bit extra as it’s covered in animals and Christmas trees. This costs £28 which is pricey compared to the other sets I have mentioned.

Do you like having new pyjamas for Christmas Eve?

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