Where to Find Matching Holiday PJs

It’s that time of year to gear up your family for the holidays! One of my favorite family traditions is getting matching holiday PJs for the kids. Sometimes my husband and I even join in!Where to Find Matching Holiday PJs

Every holiday season we dress in our jammies, pack some hot cocoa to-go, and drive around to look at Christmas lights together. I try to get them early so that we can wear them all season long. Below we’ve gathered a list of places you can shop to get PJs for the whole family!

Hannah Anderson – Some of the best quality PJs I’ve purchased were from Hannah Anderson. The material is soft and cozy. I sometimes buy up a size so we can get two seasons out of them.

Caden Lane – This year we tried out Caden Lane. I fell in love with their holiday cookie print this year. The material is a bit thin but very comfortable and stretchy.

Old Navy – Old Navy never fails me, their quality is pretty great but won’t break the bank.

Target – I always need a good excuse to roam Target. Usually, Target puts out their PJs in one area of the store starting just before Halloween. I love that they have a designated area for family PJs. It makes it easy to find all the right sizes for the family in the prints you love.

Pajamagram – I’ve never purchased from Pajamagram but they have so many different styles, patterns, and fabrics to choose from.

Burt’s Bee’s – Burt’s Bee’s PJs are some of my favorite PJs for softness and comfort.

Children’s Place – Their website has a ton of different styles and patterns. I might put them on my list to try next year!

Kohls – Another great place to shop and save to get those perfect family holiday PJs.

Etsy – Some of my favorite PJs we got for the kids came from a vendor on Etsy. They were not extremely expensive and I was able to have their PJs monogrammed. They were so cute that they even wore them to see Santa!

 


 

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Kelly VanBeek
Kelly is a metro-Atlanta native, self proclaimed free spirit and stay-at-home-mom to a mischievous 5-year-old and spirited 8-year-old. When she is not chasing her kiddos through Walt Disney World, you can find her running on a trail, scoping out local markets, cheering on the Atlanta Braves and Georgia Tech football, reading romance novels, writing poetry, listening to Taylor Swift and sipping iced coffee. She lives with her husband of 13 years, her two daughters, and their Boxer-mix named Captain Jack.