Choosing what our little ones wear to bed is ultimately about comfort but we love a bit of mini style for lounging about and having a snooze. Super soft slim jersey separates are perfect for the busiest of sleeper preventing tops riding up and allowing the most efficient of crawler morning and nighttime comfort. Cute conversationals, micro florals and graphic prints are trending for the style conscious sleeper.
British brands Sleepy Doe and The Bright Company are paving the way for a sleepwear trend of largely unisex items, print driven and designed to stay snug all night with bedding and cosy blankets. Not to mention a bit of twinning going on with matching parent and sibling pyjamas!
Sleepy Doe specializes in timeless sleepwear and bedding for children aged one to six. Prints are hand drawn with feature stripes, tiny moon & star prints or dancing florals all available to be tucked up with matching bedding. Collection TWO which will launch at Bubble London in January will be a continuation of ONE with fresh new fabrics and colour ways.
The Bright Company are known for their graphic led sleepwear for the modern family offering super slim sets, sleep suits and harem-style bottoms. TBC have nightwear options for the whole family. AW16 saw exciting collaborations between Smalls with merino lounge items and sleepwear beautifully illustrated by Australian artist Emma Labattaglia from Pax & Hart. TBC have just launched in store at Liberty London.
Sleep soundly minis knowing your little ones (and you) are taken care of with these cozy jammies.
– By Clare Weston, Contributor