About PJ Pan
PJ Pan was born out of sheer frustration - I just could not find any pyjamas that I actually wanted to wear! Everything available on the high street was either unflattering, uninspiring, overly traditional or made of horrible cotton…and sometimes all of the above. It didn't take long for me to realise that I wasn't the only girl screaming out for something different, so the seeds were planted and in 2008 PJ Pan's first website was launched, selling ladies pyjamas, pyjama bottoms and matching pyjama shorts.
After a great response to my ladies nightwear, it soon became clear that there was a real demand for good quality men's pyjamas and children's pyjamas too, so in 2010 I began to develop my new ranges and launched a brand new website to show them off. The men's and children's pyjamas and pyjama trousers went online at the end of that year together with a range of ladies nightshirts. I also expanded my accessories collection and added some gorgeous alpaca bed socks, baby booties and exquisite alpaca/bamboo baby blankets.
As of July 2011, we started to make all of our nightwear in Britain which is something we feel very proud of. Sadly it is just not possible to source high quality cotton from the UK, so we do buy this in from abroad but only use the finest quality long staple combed cotton. Within the range, you will find crisp Egyptian cotton pj's as well as cosier brushed cotton pyjamas - all of which have been hand tailored in a small family-run British factory and finished with genuine shell buttons. With all these new products we began to outgrow our second website, so we started to relook at the design and feel of our site. September 2013 saw the launch of our third website....and a move from Wiltshire to bigger premises in Perthshire. The collection has continued to grow every year and now includes some stunning printed cottons as well as some luxurious silk pyjamas.
The collections have been designed with both comfort and style in mind and we believe they are far too special to be confined to the bedroom, which goes some way in explaining the names behind our fabrics! Enjoy your breakfast in them....read the weekend papers in them…curl up on the sofa in them…or just stay in them all day long.....