This year, it’s the simple pleasures that will make the holiday season merry and bright. We might not be able to mingle in flashy festive frocks nor will we be sipping eggnog in an ugly sweater at the annual office affair, but, hey, we can Zoom with loved ones and enjoy our low-key holiday celebrations at home. It’ll be quieter and calmer, but it will be full of warmth and love. Better yet, you won’t have to get out of your pajamas to celebrate.
This year, up your fam jam game, and get your gang coordinating PJ sets to wear on Christmas Eve (a new tradition!). We’ve rounded up our favorite pairs for silent nights snuggled up together. If there was ever a time to embrace a matching moment, it is now.
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Jammies For Your Families® Cool Bear Family Collection
When it comes to matching Xmas jammies, go big or go home! There is a set for everyone in this collection. Heck, send a set to the grandparents, to cousins and to aunts and uncles for your big Christmas Eve Zoom event.
This season, get the family PJ party started. Coordinate in style and enjoy your snuggly holiday celebrations. And don’t forget to shop for all your holiday cozies with Rakuten to earn Cash Back on purchases. If you’re not yet a member, join Rakuten for free today and get a Welcome Bonus on your first qualified purchase. Happy holidays and happy shopping!
Lauren is a digital editor, freelance writer, and Instagram aficionado with a feisty five-year-old boy and a sassy two-year-old diva at home. With a passion for family, travel, style, and alliteration, she spends her days chasing children, chugging coffee, and daydreaming about sleep. As a veteran lifestyle editor and media mom, Lauren loves to find ways to make the aspirational attainable for all the overwhelmed parents out there—because we really need to stick together! Lauren lives with her husband and kiddos in the suburbs of New York City.