Nothing says “Happy Holidays” like matching holiday pajamas for the whole family. Whether you’re a family of two, have kiddos, or even have fur babies – we have some options for everyone! This is a new style of holiday roundup for me so I’m excited to share.
Burt’s Bees has some amazing family pajamas options (and even has bandanas for Fido!). Grab sizes from newborn to adult XXL and select from a variety of fun prints. Some of my favorites include the Tropical Holiday print and the Mugs of Happiness print. They also have a Hanukkah print for my Jewish friends! We bought ourselves some and they’re so comfy!
Hanna Andersson has some fabulous options for family holiday pajamas! They offer sizes newborn through adult XXL and dog shirts through size XL. Plus, they have tons of prints, including licensed pieces from Marvel, Pokemon, Disney, Star Wars, and more! I personally am loving this fun Grinch his/hers pattern.
Target always has some solid options for holiday family pajamas. They have this great traditional buffalo plaid for women (sizes XS-4X), men (size S-5XL – plus tall and big + tall sizes), baby, toddler, and kids! I love that they have a great inclusive size range. Oh, and don’t forget your furry friend.
Lake Pajamas is a brand I’ve heard about for years and need to still try for myself! They have some fun holiday options including some more subdued striped options. You can check out their entire holiday line for women, men, and kids here.
I feel like Old Navy is the OG destination for matching family outfits (hello, Fourth of July tees). They have a wide assortment of matching family PJs, including the Santa ones I have featured available in brown, tan, and beige skin tones. Styles are available for men, women, kids, toddlers, and baby. Check out their entire matching family pajamas shop here.
I hope you all enjoyed this fun post! I am so ready for the holiday season. Stay tuned for gift guides that will start rolling out soon, and be sure to subscribe to my email list below to be notified the next time I post.
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