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Hey all, I am looking for PJs like we all had as kids. Not footy PJs but 2 piece, like pants and a top. I would like them to have some kind of print on them if possible and elastic around the wrists and ankles. I am 5'9" 156lbs with a 31" waist. Anyone have any ideas where I can find some? I would post a pic, but I can't because I am new here.
 

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Hey all, I am looking for PJs like we all had as kids. Not footy PJs but 2 piece, like pants and a top. I would like them to have some kind of print on them if possible and elastic around the wrists and ankles. I am 5'9" 156lbs with a 31" waist. Anyone have any ideas where I can find some? I would post a pic, but I can't because I am new here.

Those kind don't seem to be as common as the footed sleepers, but I have seen them here (not a great website, unfortunately). Maybe someone else will have alternatives. Welcome to the site, by the way. You might want to say hello in the Greetings forum.
 
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ive seen these at walmart and the disney store, mostly for women. Im sure if you wanted them bad enough you'dget them though. Sometimes you can buy the bottoms and geta cheap matching top to go wth it. One of my favorites is my hello kitty sweat pants with my tanktop with the little black skulls.
 

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just 2 piece pajamas? or do you mean ones with feet with the pants part? I guess I didn't have the same experience you did o_O. I haven't shopped at a store for pjs in forever, but I kinda thought the 2-piece style was the norm for adults that actually wear them. Maybe more easily found in winter?
 

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just 2 piece pajamas? or do you mean ones with feet with the pants part? I guess I didn't have the same experience you did o_O. I haven't shopped at a store for pjs in forever, but I kinda thought the 2-piece style was the norm for adults that actually wear them. Maybe more easily found in winter?


[font="Calibri,Arial"]Kids 2 piece pjs are made out of a softer material, and usually have a end and a t-shirt like top with a design. They usually have a underwear-like waist and sometimes elasticated at wrists and ankles aswell.

Adults 2 piece pjs are made out of a different material, the waist is more like that on a tracksuit, and the tops generally button up for men (can't comment on womens) and have a shirt like collar. The pjs are generally either plain or striped.

So, while adult ones are also 2 piece, thy are very different.

I have about half and half of adults and kids. The kids ones are technically age 13-14 (largest size they come in) but stores seem to design for fat people so they easily fit me despite me being 2 years over the upper target age.
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How big are you? And where do you get yours?
 

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landsend.com has nice stuff, check your own measurements and compare it to their sizing chart.
 

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hmm i guess i had adult style when i was a kid somehow.

i actually saw the difference at the store today inadvertantly so nevermind.
 
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If you are on the smaller side, This place has Skivvydoodles PJs in size 18. I would have to lose large body parts to be able to wear them, but maybe you can.
 

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If you are on the smaller side, This place has Skivvydoodles PJs in size 18. I would have to lose large body parts to be able to wear them, but maybe you can.

There size 18 looks a bit on the small side, the height is good 64" but they estimate the weight at only 110, in the past size 18 was good to 130.

I guess you could buy one and give it a shot....
 
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If you are good at sewing you can get some cool fleece fabric and other fabric with all kinds of designs and characters on it at like joanns, then all you have to do is sew it together, and tada! you have your own awesome custom PJ's!
 

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How would one go about making your own? I'd learn to sew just to do it :p
 
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Well I'm no expert, but if you go to a fabric/craft store, like Joann's, or you can order it online, you can use the fabric to make your own. There are alot of great prints out there, and you could make regular two-piece from cotton, fleece or flannel. And you could make a footed one peice but that's going to be harder. And then you can get paterns for not much. I would reccommend using a sewing machine, it would be pretty hard not to. Anyways my mom used to make me custom pajamas when I was little with cool prints, and self decorated... It can be done, and if you don't mind spending time on it, it is alot cheaper then buying pre-made pajamas with kid prints. (they are "specialty aka expensive" then again if you have the money then spend it your choice) Good Luck :smile:
 

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Ahh man, off-topic but I must say it. I had this one pair of pajamas that I had -- I had two, one was my pure-red footed sleeper, and the other was a white two-piece that was some sort of thick cotton. Design? Glow in the dark puppies that you could only see in the dark :O

Man that was so badass.. I remember bragging one time at a sleepover at a friend's house in first grade. Man, the Nostalgia!

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hehe, I know enough to use a sewing machine but not sure besides buying fabric where to go from there. Wondered if you knew :p
 

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I'm lucky in that I'm 5'7" and around 145lbs and can easily fit most kids (US) size 14 to 16 PJs (UK age 14 size depending on brand).

Got loads of them. A lot are long john PJs though as I've got a thing for them. We never had that kind of stuff in the UK when I was a kid, although some places are doing them now.

Check out Landsend.com in the autumn/winter. They do sizes up to 18 for some stuff.
 

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If you are on the smaller side, This place has Skivvydoodles PJs in size 18. I would have to lose large body parts to be able to wear them, but maybe you can.

Has anybody ever tried these? I've always wanted to, but I'm nervous about the sizing. I like the drag racers.
 
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