These Printed PJs Are Giving Me Life

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My friend Amy Voloshin started a new venture, Printfresh Studios. They make the coolest stationary (I’m obsessed with their journals, too — “feminist inferno” — for example) and then…because curling up to write is best done in cute PJs…they added a line of pajamas.

The prints you guys. It’s Amy, so of course there are fabulous, hand-drawn prints.

The tigers are my favorite.

The Cute Pajama Aesthetic That’s Giving Me Life

This cute pajama aesthetic is giving us life! PJs make such a fun gift. The fabric is a seasonless cotton poplin & the prints are hand-drawn in Philly.

robe | shorts

The robe is insanely long — it goes right to the floor. Which means two things: 1. Tall girls, go nuts and…2. the length is surprisingly glamorous I may still get it hemmed, but I’m going to hem it to a much longer length than I had originally planned.

If you are a newsletter subscriber, you may have seen my mirror selfie in the turquoise tiger set (it was in our special Sunday edition of the newsletter — subscribe here to get the next one)…but Linz is also obsessed. I think a close-up of this seriously epic print is in order:

These PJs would make such a fun gift. They come packaged up in a matching fabric bag, and the sizes are all pretty forgiving. The fabric is a seasonless cotton poplin, and the prints are all hand-drawn in Philadelphia. The pajamas are available as shorts, robes, short pajamas, long pajamas — everything. Click here to see the full range. Such a cool gift for any age.

This cute pajama aesthetic is giving us life! PJs make such a fun gift. The fabric is a seasonless cotton poplin & the prints are hand-drawn in Philly.

(everyone above is wearing a size small)

Hey Amy…Pax is jealous. Kids next?

This cute pajama aesthetic is giving us life! PJs make such a fun gift. The fabric is a seasonless cotton poplin & the prints are hand-drawn in Philly.

star print PJs

Only a few days left until Christmas — whoa. Hope everyone is hanging in there….

xo,

S

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