Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 29 January 2015

The 10 Best children's pyjamas

1. Next £17 , Get into the spirit of the Olympics with this two-pack set from Next, featuring mix and match grey and navy shorts and tops with Union Jack design.
2. Room Seven £31, These pretty girls' pyjamas feature pink poppies on luxurious cotton. Richly detailed and wonderfully traditional, they are for kids from six months to 12 years.
3. Dog Tired Pyjamas From £15, Dog Tired Pyjamas are simple, relaxed and stylish, as well as being beautifully made from soft organic cotton. They're perfect for older children and teenagers.
4. Minene £ 12.50, Minene's pyjama range are loosely cut for comfort and there are options for all seasons. This all-cotton set, aimed at one to six-year-olds, is perfect for warmer nights.
5. Frugi £22, These lobster PJs, aimed at children aged two to eight, are such fun that you may even avoid the "I don't want to go to bed" arguments this summer.
6. Mothercare £10, These cow-themed unisex pyjamas are made for newborns up to three-year-olds. The embroidery is fabric backed so it won't irritate your baby's delicate skin.
7. Jo Jo Maman Bebe £16, This adorable gingham set, which is available for ages one to five, is enough to make any woman broody. Made from natural cotton yarns to suit sensitive skin.
8. Mini Boden £26, It's no mean feat coming up with a design for two-year-olds through to teenagers, but Mini Boden has achieved it with this twin pack of mixable tops and bottoms.
9. Autograph £11, This M&S set comprises a scoop-neck sleeveless top with button fastening and ribbed detail, with floral print shorts that have a contrast bow feature and frill trim.
10. Vertbaudet £19, Vertbaudet has been a favourite in France for more than 40 years. The double-sided interlock fabric of this cotton pyjama set means they are reversible.

Whether for tots or teens, soft, comfy, cosy and – most importantly – cool nightwear makes bedtime a breeze.


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