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Look, I don’t want to alarm you, but Christmas is almost here again. And while this year has felt both unbelievably long and impossibly fast, I for one can’t wait for the holiday season to begin. I want to deck the halls, trim the tree, hang the stocking. Heck, I even want to put up the inflatable Santa on the roof: I’m going full Griswold this year and I’m not ashamed of it. 
But of all the Christmas traditions, since I’ve had kids, one of my favourites has to be getting Christmas PJs for the whole family. Including the dog… because I’m that kind of mum. (Sorry, pup) 
There are plenty of great Christmas PJs out there, but where to start looking? We’ve got you covered. Word of caution though: Christmas might be two months away, but stock is starting to dwindle already, so if you have your eye on something nice, don’t hesitate! We’ll obviously try and keep this list updated as regularly as possible and if new stockists come on board, we’ll have all the info right here!
Image: Amazon
You’d better believe the everything store stocks some mighty fine Christmas PJs in loads of colours, shapes and sizes. The only caveat is that for most of the really great designs, you’re going to have to order from the international store, but even O/S delivery is pretty speedy with Amazon, and many sellers offer free shipping, so it’s not that big of a deal, especially if you’re getting a fab pair of PJs out of it. 
We love this plaid range, if you’re after something traditional, but we’re also big fans of this adorable elf or reindeer set. Need to kit out the WHOLE family? (Including the dog?) This matching set should do the trick. 
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Image: Best & Less
The beloved Aussie retailer goes ALL IN when it comes to matching Christmas gear and we’re here for it. They have a tonne of options available for the whole family, from classics like gingerbread and Santa Claus prints to PJ tributes to pop-culture faves like Elf and The Grinch. At great prices (kids PJ sets start at $10) with fast shipping and easy click and collect, you can’t go wrong. Just note that not all items are available right now, but you can pre-order them in time for December. According to a Best & Less spokesperson, “The licensed Grinch and Elf collections are some of our most popular Family Christmas Sleepwear ranges every year. With lockdowns already affecting postage delays, Best&Less wanted to provide our customers with the best chance of receiving their favourite Christmas items in time for the big day.”
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Image: Cotton On
Cotton On were one of the first retailers to drop their Christmas range and as a result, there isn’t a lot of stock left. We’re hoping they’ll restock, but for now, we’d get in fast to grab what’s left. We’re loving these “Santa’s Bestie” pyjamas but we’re also crushing hard on the Aussie Bush Christmas range. There’s even a couple of Christmas Snuggets for those who can’t let the hooded blanket craze go, just because it’s summer. 
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Image: Etsy
The home of handmade, personalised gifts, Etsy has an enormous range of matching family PJs you just won’t find anywhere else. We absolutely love this matching set of family hooded PJs, these straight-up adorable Aussie-themed Christmas boxer shorts and these Elf t-shirts for every member of the family. You can even get personalised options with your own family name on them. There are hundreds of gorgeous options on-site, though – and looking is half the fun! Plus, buying from Etsy means you’re supporting local small businesses, so you get to feel super good about your purchase at the same time. 
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Image: eBay
eBay is pretty much a bonanza when it comes to Christmas PJs – there’s something for everyone. We love this set of festive onesies and also these “stop elfing around” matching family longjohns, which even come with a bandana for the family dog!
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Image: Hard To Find
Another online retailer doing unique, extra special gifts, Hard To Find doesn’t strictly have matching PJs, but they do have matching Christmas tees, sweaters, and various paraphernalia. We love this “Rocking around the Christmas tree” sweater which comes in kids and adult sizes, and this Christmas Koala tee, which you can also buy for kids and grownup folk alike. They also have a tonne of options you can personalise with your family name or the name of a loved one. 
Image: Lilysilk
If you want something super classy on Christmas morning, why not consider some soft and slinky silk PJs from Lilysilk! While they don’t come in crazy Christmas designs, there’s a rich and luscious red option, perfect for the festive season and comes in sizes to fit the whole family – including a red silk robe for a total diva of a little kid. 
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Image: Patpat
Bargain online store PatPat is a great place to pick up great buys for the whole family and they have some amazing Christmas PJs, like these Santa shorties that come in all different sizes or this happy little snowman option. 
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The most important thing when they’re little is the quality of the fabric and how easy they are to get on and off, especially if they want to be independent and dress themselves. Soft cottons and terry or fleece fabrics are best as they are low-irritant and breathable, and unlikely to aggravate any sensitive skin. But truly, ease of use and longevity is what you’re looking for (if you’re spending the money, anyway) The last thing you want to do is be fussing with buttons and press-duds. Choose clothes with zips or stretchy fabric that will slip straight on and off. The other thing to consider is how easy to care for they are. Kids and baby’s clothes should always be machine washable because they get so much tough love… you want to be able to chuck them in the wash at the end of the day and be done with it. When it comes to buying for Christmas, remember kids grow pretty fast, so while you want something comfy and good quality, you don’t need to necessarily spend a whole lot on Christmas clothes they probably won’t fit into next year. 
This is a tricky one. In the first year of life, kids grow pretty fast and after that, they usually grow in fairly steady increments. I would generally say avoid sizing up for the first two years because you just don’t know how fast your kid is going to grow. They may have a growth spurt, they may not. You can probably shop ahead for jumpers, tees and rompers as it’s not a huge deal if those are slightly big. But when it comes to things that need to stay around their waist – like leggings, pants, shorts, and skirts – I’d advise buying their regular size until it’s clear they’re growing out of them. I would also only advise buying ahead if the price is good or if you’re simply stocking up on basics because there’s nothing more disappointing than buying a special outfit that never gets worn because it doesn’t fit at the right time. When it comes to Christmas tees and PJs, there’s probably not a huge downside in shopping ahead for kids (not babies) because it’s not the biggest deal if PJs are too big – that’s part of the fun, right?
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