8 Best Matching Family Holiday Pajamas in 2021
Best Matching Family Holiday Pajamas
September 25, 2021

Best Matching Family Holiday Pajamas

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Best Matching Family Holiday Pajamas

When it comes to the holidays, we may not be on board when decorations hit the shelves in October or when grandma drops off 14 presents after you specifically asked her to take it easy this year, but there is one holiday trend that we couldn’t be more here for: matching family pajamas.

Is there anything better than seeing the fam decked out in matching holiday goodness? We think not. From cute and classic to completely over the top, here are the 17 matching styles your family will want to celebrate in this season.

The OG

You can’t talk matching holiday PJs without a nod to the brand that started it all: Hanna Andersson. Made from 100% organic cotton and available in an endless selection of fits and styles for every member of the fam, hannajams are where it’s at when it comes to family jammies. You can’t go wrong with any print, but we’re especially partial to the festive Hanukkah and Dear Deer collections, the wintery Tannenbaum and Let It Snow collections and the character collections featuring iconic franchises like Star Wars and Peanuts.

Organic Favorites

Known for their soft, comfortable organic baby clothing, Burt’s Bees has put the same care and attention into their holiday PJ styles. These family jams come in a few patterns and are made from 100% organic, breathable cotton.

Bold Classics

Old Navy matching family holiday PJs are comfortable, cute and affordable. They come in classic winter styles like bold plaids, tartan and stripes, and if you’re looking for a variety of different fits, you can choose from snug long johns, loose-fit button downs, shorts or one-pieces (even in adult sizes!).

Buttery Soft

Bamboo viscose is one of the softest, stretchiest materials out there, so of course it would make super comfortable pajamas. It’s also perfect for all-year wear, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. All the styles from Little Sleepies are made with bamboo viscose, so the only thing you’ll have to decide is which of the many festive designs to choose!

Ultimate Coziness

Who says your baby should be the only one to rock the one-piece PJs? Whether you live in a particularly cold area or you’re just looking for some extra coziness from your holiday PJs, this fleece one-piece collection has all the warmth and softness of your favorite winter blanket, but with a hood, feet and pockets included!

Old School Cool

This shiny, satin set will have your family looking like they just stepped out of a vintage holiday catalog. Button-down shirts with wide lapels and breast pockets in dazzling jewel tones give your holidays a touch of sophistication—and they can be monogrammed, too!

Want this same look but don’t care for satin? Check out these cotton ones from SugarBee Clothing.

Holiday Mouse

Looking to add a classic character to the festivities? These matching PJs featuring everyone’s favorite mouse are a great way to bring a touch of Disney magic to your holiday, and we love the vintage look of classic 1940s Mickey and Minnie. Keep in mind: This collection is currently preorder only and will ship out starting in mid-October.

Subtle Celebration

Looking for a more subtle print that still brings all the coziness of the colder seasons? Rather than bold plaids, stripes or Fair Isle prints, these pajamas are sprinkled with classic winter scenes like skiers and ski lifts, evergreen trees and tiny cabins.

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