WORLDWIDE DELIVERY | FREE UK DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £50

PJ Pan Blog

Luxury British Made Pyjamas and Nightwear

  1. Looking back at last year's highlights

    Looking back at last year's highlights

    Loyalty Programme We launched a Loyalty Programme enabling customers to earn PJ Points on every purchase and social media interaction.  Points are then converted into a cash value and can be redeemed against future orders. The Silk Route We introduced our first ever silk pyjama range within the women’s collection.  The plain silks proved to be a big hit with...
    Read more
  2. Farewell to the cat's pyjamas

    Farewell to the cat's pyjamas

    Back in 2006 during PJ Pan's formative days I had re-negotiated my full time role at a party planning business and I began learning about cottons, pattern cutting and clothing manufacture from our home in Surrey. It was then on one dark wet day, while I was plotting PJ Pan's future, that I spotted a nervous little kitten on our...
    Read more
  3. Decisions, decisions...

    Decisions, decisions...

    It's that time of year again when we finalise plans for our winter 2015 nightwear collection and consider our fabric choices for the spring and summer of 2016. We are forever caught in a balancing act of retaining a handful of our staples and adding in selected new lines to compliment our extensive range of styles and fabrics. Stripes, checks...
    Read more
  4. Traditional pyjamas for traditional schools?

    Traditional pyjamas for traditional schools?

    When one conjures up the idea of a British boarding school the image of young teenagers sporting traditional flannel pyjamas, woollen dressing gowns and slippers springs to mind.  The likes of Harry Potter and his chums Ron and Hermione would be seen in nothing else in their dormitory at Hogwarts.  Preparatory school dormitories certainly resembled all this a few years ago...
    Read more
  5. The long and tall of it

    The long and tall of it

    When we launched PJ Pan we were determined to make comfortable pyjamas that fitted properly and that's why we avoided the option of just making three variations along the lines of small, medium and large. We started with five women's sizes ranging from an 8 to an 18 and a year later began offering numerous styles in a longer leg...
    Read more
  6. Nightshirts for rugby and pyjamas for dinner parties

    Nightshirts for rugby and pyjamas for dinner parties

    It appears that an ever increasing number of people are buying pyjamas for day wear or evening wear as opposed to the traditional view of using it as sleepwear. We saw hundreds of customers at the recent Spirit of Christmas fair at Olympia and met several people who had no plans to let their newly purchased nightwear meet the duvet...
    Read more
  7. The distant ring of sleigh bells

    The distant ring of sleigh bells

    It's the last week of October and we haven't really started to think about Christmas too much, but all that is about to change. Next Tuesday at 10am we will hear an announcement given over a loud PA system; “The Spirit of Christmas 2014 is now open”. For us, every year, the UK's biggest and best Christmas shopping fair marks...
    Read more
  8. Luxury... What does it mean?

    Luxury... What does it mean?

    If you visit Tesco's website and type the word 'luxury' in the search box you'll be presented with an array of produce ranging from Eton Mess ice cream to scented pantyliners.  Whatever the merits of the pantyliners and ice cream they both seem to be in a different sphere of luxuriousness to items such as a diamond encrusted Van Cleef...
    Read more
  9. Pyjamas in the headlines.....for all the wrong reasons

    Pyjamas in the headlines.....for all the wrong reasons

    Pyjamas have been embroiled in scandal during recent weeks. Withdrawn from the shelves or involved in explicit photographs, they're never far from front page news.
    Read more

Items 19 to 27 of 55 total