Really Good Christmas Pyjamas To Buy Now

Whether you're a PJs all day on the 25th kinda family or you simply retire into your well-loved loungewear post-roast dinner, keep scrolling to see Team Zoella's picks of the creme de la creme of Christmas PJs!

From Fair Isle to fluffy, gingham to gaudy and the classic traditional styles in between, there’s no shortage of patterned and printed pyjamas to curl up in with a takeaway this cosy season. And with the big day itself less than 2 months away, it’s certainly time to get browsing this year’s selection of festive pyjamas if you want to get your money’s worth and a chance to show them off in all their glory for as long as possible.

So whether you’re a PJs all day on the 25th kinda family or you simply retire into your well-loved loungewear post-roast dinner, keep scrolling to see Team Zoella’s picks of the creme de la creme of Christmas PJs! Spoiler: no sexy pyjamas in sight. Comfort = EVERYTHING around these parts.


I love, love, love this time of year and Christmas PJ’s! Admittedly, I wear Christmas PJ’s from September all the way through to May/June when it gets too warm for them. I love a tartan set and Boux Avenue have some right crackers, especially this pink and red set which I loooove! Chelsea Peers are always a firm-fave for PJ’s, I’m obsessed with this set from ASOS too with the celestial print. Always need a pair of slippers too this time of year!

*Boux Avenue, Red and pink gingham pyjamas in a bag, £30 | Chelsea Peers, Merry Mountains Classic Pyjama Set, £35 | *ASOS, celestial print pyjama set in cream & blue, £36 | *Marks and Spencer, Suede Mule Slippers, £19.50


Now you’re talking my language. I wear Christmas PJs all year round (and loungewear too of course, duh). Why wouldn’t I wear a reindeer robe or a set of elf-adorned PJs in March just because it’s not seasonally appropriate? That’s madness. Christmas PJs deserve ALL the love and that’s exactly why I rotate mine on the 365. Yep, I’m one of those people who wear full-length PJs in the height of summer. As for loungewear, it’s basically a synonym for glorified PJs / house clothes, isn’t it? Again, I’m a simp for comfort so bury me in sweatpants.

Yawn, Treetops & Tales Organic Twill Pyjama Set, £89 | *Jigsaw, Shearling Slipper, £80 | *Nap, Vintage Silk Pajama Set, £132 | *Jigsaw, Little Paisley Cotton Flannel, £75 | *Boden, Vanessa Cosy Bottoms – Ivory, Rainbow Trees, £35 | *Future Self, Acid Wash Hoodie in Burnt Orange, £58


I usually go balls to the wall when it comes to Christmas PJs and I absolutely carry on wearing them all year round. I’ll pick up anything from chich and subtle to full-blown novelty traditional so I’ve picked two options depending on how festive you like to remain whilst you sleep. I’m actually in need of a new pair of slippers and these Oliver Bonas look like I’ll be stepping into a cloud! Also added a hot water bottle because 9 times out of 10 I don’t actually need to turn the heating up I just need a little heat help.

*Boux Avenue, Spot satin revere pyjama set, £40 | Chelsea Peers, Curve Mistletoe Boxy Button Up Pyjama Set, £42 | *Oliver Bonas, ONAIE Butterfly Embroidered Brown Sheepskin Slippers, £39 | *Marks and Spencer, Alphabet Hot Water Bottle & Mask Gift Set, £17.50


If there’s one thing and one thing only we can take from 2020 (let’s be honest there’s too much we would want to carry over) then the ability to wear loungewear and pyjamas at all times would 100% be it. Considering the amount of time I spend in my comfies I think a more spenny pair is actually justifiable, and these iconic ones from Sleeper are what DREAMS are made of. A more budget-friendly (and realistic purchase) is this striped leggings and top set from Boux Avenue which is giving me 11/10 elf vibes and I love it!

*Boux Avenue, ‘Nice-ish’ red stripe henley pyjama set, £35 | *Net-A-Porter, SLEEPER Feather-trimmed crepe de chine pajama set, £245 | Hush, Joy Flannel Pyjamas, £59


If I could live my entire life in PJs and loungewear I would, actually I basically already do. Loungewear becoming acceptable outerwear was one of the best things to come out of the pandemic as far as I’m concerned. I absolutely love that high street brands like H&M are bringing chic styles in luxe materials at affordable prices, win-win. When it comes to Christmas PJs this year I only have one thing on my mind…how can I get mini-me versions of everything!

*H&M, Fine-knit cashmere jumper, £79.99 | *H&M, Knitted cashmere trousers, £79.99 | Next, Pink Matching Family Womens Hohoho Pyjamas, £28 | Next, Pink Christmas Matching Family Kids Hohoho Pyjamas, £12 – £19 | Next, Matching Family Kids Check Christmas Sleepsuit, £10 – £11 | Next, Red Matching Family Womens Check Pyjamas, £38


I have two whole draws full of Christmas Pyjamas at my house and I’ve just brought some more to add to my collection. Keep the festive spirit going all year round I reckon. For ultimate comfort, I’ll go for a classic long set. The Chelsea Peers ones are sooo soft and fit perfectly. You’ll find me with an extra-large onesie or blanket wrapped around me for the whole of December too. Big fluffy socks and slippy’s and I’m ready for the truck load of mince pies making their way to my mouth.

Chelsea Peers, Garland Button Up Long Pyjama Set, £42 | *One Piece, THE NEW PUPPY JUMPSUIT NAVY, £169 | Next, Suede Mule Slippers, £20 | *John Lewis, Slipper Socks, £4.50

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