PJ Pan Blog

Luxury British Made Pyjamas and Nightwear

  1. Pretty in Pink

    Pretty in Pink

    Gin seems to be the ‘in’ drink this summer and the retail shelves are overflowing with new brands from both large and small outfits. Many of gins have discernibly different subtleties and flavours, but outside of the bottle they all look pretty much the same. All, that is, bar Pinkster. We were introduced to it last year and we simply...
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  2. A stitch in time for UK fashion manufacturing

    A stitch in time for UK fashion manufacturing

    As a nation we've lost our way with the needle and thread! There is absolutely no doubt that consumers are showing a much greater level of interest in products that are Made in Britain and it's increasingly apparent that more and more retailers want to return production back to the UK. The sentiment is great but the realities are more...
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  3. Norway's songbird sings in Scotland

    Norway's songbird sings in Scotland

    There's little better than stumbling across the unexpected and being enchanted by what you find. Essentially that's exactly what happened when I attended the launch of the Inchyra Arts Club in Perthshire. The immaculately renovated Byre at Inchryra House is to enjoy an entirely new existence as a music and events venue just a stone's throw from Scotland's fair city...
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  4. 'Dam' Good Vodka

    'Dam' Good Vodka

    Sloe Gin has never really done it for me. I want to like it but I usually find it too medicinal and sickly at the same time. This year I came across Damson Vodka and I immediately imagined I would have similar feelings towards it. Not a jot, it was smooth and not too sweet with a delicious damson aroma...
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  5. UK manufacturing makes good progress

    UK manufacturing makes good progress

    It's great news for 'Made in Britain' supporters after the Office for National Statistics published figures showing that manufacturing output had grown by 1% in February from January, pushing year on year growth to 3.8%. Effectively UK manufacturing output is now at its highest level in two and a half years. There is still a long way to go, especially...
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  6. The naked truth about working from home

    The naked truth about working from home

    A recent study has revealed that a fifth of all home workers stay in their pyjamas all day. A much smaller number, just 2% revealed that they work naked (as illustrated by the lady sitting at Steuart Padwick's Stroller Desk for the UK company MADE). Those who work from home claim it is a better environment to focus as they...
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  7. Millions of Brits Spend their Evenings in Pyjamas

    A recent study has revealed that after a busy day at work millions of adults in the UK return home and immediately get into their pyjamas. The study, which was commissioned by Premier Inn,  found that one in ten of us gets straight into our nightwear immediately after arriving home from work. Typically, however, the British population tends to jump...
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  8. Are Pyjamas Saving Lives?

    Are Pyjamas Saving Lives?

    The health benefits of copper have been well known for a long time as it’s a vital trace element for all living things. Now clinical trials have begun to see if copper infused pyjamas really are a cure for the hospital superbug, MRSA? In December 2012 a woman nearly died after contracting MRSA, however she claims her life was saved...
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  9. Pyjamas to match my fish?

    Pyjamas to match my fish?

    Imagine our surprise to hear from a customer looking for pyjamas to match his fish!  After double checking that we hadn't misheard the request and we weren't the victim of an obscure prank, our dalliance with the aquatic world of fish in pyjamas began. Our task was to find a pair of pjs that would match a 'Pyjama Wrasse'.  A...
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  10. Last Minute Ladies?

    Last Minute Ladies?

    According to a recent survey Christmas shoppers who complete all their gift-buying in November can expect to save more than £80 on their total spend. The research undertaken by Secretsales, who surveyed 2000 adults, revealed some interesting statistics. The survey tells us that 10% of shoppers begin their Christmas shopping during the January sales and nearly half of shoppers bought...
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