Style + After Hours

Where to Find Comfy, Affordable PJs

My pajama kick continues.  All I want at the end of a 12-hour day is to curl up in my pjs and snuggle the pups.  It’s what my soul needs.

But my newfound pajama addiction could get expensive.  So here’s where I’m shopping for affordable pajamas.

Nordstrom Rack has become my go-to for pajamas.  Great brands, lots of options, most under-$40.

This Taryn 2-piece Set is a great buy at $39 for the set.  It also comes in 11 other colors.  I own the black and white abstract print.  I also like these PJ Salvage lounge pajamas.

The Rack also has a good selection of robes.  The short, lightweight robes are great for traveling or wearing around the house while you get ready.  And best of all, most are under-$25.

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  1. Jessica says:

    I’ve also been on the hunt for affordable pajamas, and loungewear, so this post is very timely.

    January 30, 2019/Reply
  2. Nancy says:

    I am looking for pajama bottoms (or sets) that “breathe”…not even sure what to look for? Organic cotton?Those are so pricey. I do not want modal…just plain knit /cotton.. like a tee shirt fabric in an XXL so they are comfy and if they shrink, I can still wear them. Thanks in advance for recommendations.

    January 30, 2019/Reply
    • Katel says:

      Latuza – an Amazon find via another blog is my new favorite PJ brand. They make sets but I wasn’t in love with satiny trim on the tops so I bought bottoms. Bamboo jersey and very breathable. I’m pairing with Daily Ritual tanks – thanks to Abra introducing us to brand.

      January 30, 2019/Reply
      • Nancy says:

        Thank you …going to order a pair to see what I think. Bamboo Jersey is prob. what I was looking for…appreciate your help.

        January 31, 2019/Reply
    • Katie says:

      Try J.Crew Factory cotton pajama set. I have both the navy and the gray and wear them almost exclusively at this point. I am a long time lover of their dream cotton pajama pant and wasn’t sure I’d like the button down top, but I do.

      On sale now for 25% off:

      January 30, 2019/Reply
    • Jules says:

      It’s not PJs per se, but I really like Soffe shorts as PJ bottoms. I think they are 50/50 poly and cotton, they are always really cheap, and they hold up decently well.
      (I live in a tropical climate, and I find these to be super comfy)
      And I just wear a loose tshirt or tank.

      January 31, 2019/Reply
  3. NK says:

    I am a big fan of PJs from the Gilligan & O’Malley pajama sets at Target! Usually can get them for around $20.

    January 30, 2019/Reply
    • sara says:

      I second this recommendation!

      January 30, 2019/Reply
      • B says:

        Third! I’ve bought 3 of the short sleeve/shorts sets and I keep being tempted by new cute colors, but they wear like iron and still look great years later so I can’t justify replacing them!

        January 30, 2019/Reply
    • Rhianna says:

      Same. I have a few sets and love them. Cozy and the buttons are perfect for me since I’m currently nursing.

      January 30, 2019/Reply
  4. Kathleen H Lisson says:

    My PJ pet peeve is that I want form fitting PJs and there just isn’t an XS pair that isn’t boxy.

    January 30, 2019/Reply
  5. Brett says:

    I love the pajamas from J. Crew Factory. They have styles in crisp cotton (surprisingly rare) and are always on sale because of J. Crew’s silly pricing models. I can usually get them for between $30 and $40.

    January 30, 2019/Reply
  6. Jill says:

    This is perfect! I just got on my computer to shop for new pajamas. Thanks for the cute recommendations!

    January 31, 2019/Reply
  7. GInny says:

    Any recommendations for pyjama sets that are shorts and tank top? Specifically, I’m looking for sets where the tank top straps are something other than spaghetti straps.

    January 31, 2019/Reply