After Thanksgiving, we deck our homes in holiday decor in preparation for Christmas. The streets are filled with twinkling lights after dark. The scents of nutmeg, peppermint, and pine are swirling in the air. However, there is nothing that makes us feel like a kid again more then a festive pajama set to wear on Christmas Eve. Today we are sharing our top favorite pajama sets we’ve found this year under $50.
The holiday season is a time to get cozy, and one of the best ways is with a festive new pajama set. This can be a fun tradition for you and your family to get excited about each year.
Plus, these sets make for some really adorable photos. It works well for whatever holiday you celebrate, too. Your family can wear their new winter pajamas on Christmas Eve or the first night of Hanukkah.
Whether you’re making holiday treats or gathered by the fire this year you can do it together, in style. Keep scrolling to find our top picks below.
Target has some of the best holiday pajamas this year for the entire family. If you are a fan of the Star Wars trilogy then you will love the Star Wars Family Pajamas Collection.
Another fun option is the Elf Family Pajama Set. This set features pajamas for the biggest helper to the littlest, so the entire family can have fun, even the dog.
Lastly, if you are a fan of Chip and Joanna Gaines, they have released the Green Plaid Family Pajama Set that is festive and classic.
Another top retailer that is sharing the holiday spirit with its pajamas is Macy’s. The Holiday Plaid Pajama Set features a tartan-style and flannel material that will be a classic for many years to come. Whether you’re wide awake or “bearly” there on Christmas morning, the Buffalo Plaid Pajama Set is perfect for you.
The Burt’s Bees Baby Holiday Family Jammies are a classic. This stripped set is comfortable and is available in several different options such as: onezie, two-piece, dresses, and more. Lastly, the YMING Christmas Elk Pajamas are available in over thirty sizes and three different pattern styles.
Will you be wearing Christmas pajamas this year? Do you have any Christmas traditions? Let me know in the comments below.