DISCLAIMER: I was sent free items by the company mentioned in exchange for providing a review of them here. All opinions are my own.
With the arrival of the warm spring weather, it has got me thinking about spring cleaning, updating our wardrobes and when I can turn the heating off!! So when Pyjama Factory asked if I would like to review some new pyjamas for my family I was over the moon! I immediately thought of getting myself some nice shorter PJ’s than the ones I have been living in over the past 4 months, and so I treated myself to these lovely panda themed ones:
They fit me really nicely (I ordered size 12-14 and thought they might be a bit tight, as I am more on the size 14 side of that!) and I love the cute panda design on them. The shorts aren’t too skimpy either. The material feels soft and better quality than you might get at some cheaper high street shops. This set was only £12.99, so worth investing in for the warmer summer nights that are coming (yey!!!). See gallery at the bottom of this post for more pictures of them.
I also got some new PJ’s for the boys, as they are constantly growing! I kept with long sleeved pyjamas for the moment, as its still a bit chilly at night. There was such a huge selection on the website that it was hard to decide!! There were lots for older boys, with flossing and gamer themed designs. But I chose Hey Duggee for my littlest and a funny face design for my eldest:
My littlest one has a really skinny waist, and so we really struggle to find pyjama bottoms in his size that will stay up! Unfortunately these were no exception, but that is a challenge only we face!!
Our eldest loved his funny face ones and they fit him perfectly. There were also some great “Birthday Pyjamas” with number on, which I thought was a lovely idea similar to Christmas eve PJ’s that would help grow the excitement for their big days.
Sam’s blue funny face PJ’s were £8.99 and you can buy them here.
Reuben’s Hey Duggee PJ’s were £7.99 and you can buy them here.
Overall, for the price I thought the quality of the pyjamas was good, and it was nice to be able to browse through a large collection of designs, rather than the limited selection you might find on the high street. I was really impressed with the selection of items for older boys, as sometimes that can start to be a problem when they hit 8-10years and want something less character based. Shipping is free if you spend over £20 (which is easily done if you are shopping for all your family!!).
So go and have a scroll through the www.pyjamas.com website and see what you like. (And see below for some more pictures of the items we ordered)