Made in Britain

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About PJ Pan

PJ Pan came about after a failed shopping trip back in 2008 when I was on the hunt for some new pyjamas.  I was amazed by the poor choice available on the high street, even in central London, so I started to really consider what I was looking for and set about creating them myself. A few months later, I’d chosen some fabrics, found a manufacturer and the wheels were beginning to turn.

The first pyjama collection was just for women, but it wasn’t long before we launched a children’s range and then a men’s collection too. From the very beginning we offered various leg lengths so we quickly established a growing and loyal following of tall customers looking for extra long leg pyjamas. Over the years we have expanded our nightwear range to include many other items such as luxury dressing gowns, cotton nightshirts for both men and women, bamboo jersey vests and alpaca bed socks. We also have some stunning silk pyjamas within the women’s range, including some beautiful Liberty prints.

Manufacturing in the UK is something we feel very proud of and we have a fantastic factory we work with who hand-tailor all our garments. We would love to buy our fabrics from this country too, but sadly it is almost impossible to find high quality cottons and silks in Britain, so we do import these in from some of Europe’s finest mills. Within the range, you will find everything from crisp Egyptian cotton pyjamas to the softest brushed cotton dressing gowns and this year we have launched our first ever organic cotton nightwear. We put huge emphasis on quality, so much so that we even finish our garments with real shell buttons.

Our classic, yet contemporary nightwear has been designed with both comfort and style in mind. It seems that nowadays pyjamas are no longer confined to the bedroom which goes some way in explaining the names behind our fabrics! I very much hope you will like what we have created.

Pandora x