Matching pyjamas for the whole family from Matalan

Inside: featuring the new Alder Hey pyjamas from Matalan #getspotted

I love a bit of matchy-matchy, don’t you?

Last year I discovered the Alder Hey campaign from Matalan when I saw Facebook going crazy for their Christmas striped pjs – I had to have them! In fact, I bought enough sizes to keep my family matching at Christmas time for the next few years.

Yep, I love matching that much!

Look at how little Wills was last year, where has that time gone?

This year, they have stuck with matching pyjamas for the campaign but have gone spotty! There are also two colour options available – white or blue, both with the Alder Hey mascot Oli the Elephant mixed in with the spots.

When Matalan asked whether I would like to support their campaign by showcasing the pyjamas on my blog, I couldn’t resist! The chance to get us all matching and convince Mr F to have his photo taken – all in the name of charity.

Of course, being for charity I have made sure I have donated what I would have spent on the pyjamas and I have actually bought more in the next few sizes up, so we can be spotty together for the next few years.

I told you I loved matching! 

So let’s have a look at them…

Aren’t they fab? They are super soft and comfortable too and will keep us all warm and snuggly through the winter.

If you’d like to grab yourself some matching pjs, pop on over to the Matalan site (they are only available online this year) and #getspotted.

 


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Comments 3

  1. Awww you have such a lovely family, your little ones are so cute! I love the idea of matching pyjamas (before my son gets too old and embarrassed haha!) I’d love to try a cute photoshoot like this! 😀 xx

    elizabeth ♡ ”Ice Cream” whispers Clara
    (I would love to follow each other on bloglovin if you like! :D)

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