- 58% cotton, 37% rayon, 5% spandex
- Drawstring closure
- Machine Wash
- This classically designed pajama set features patch pocket and piped trims
- Button-front top with notched collar
- Open-bottom pant with comfy waistband
- Model is 5'10" and wearing a size Small
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An Amazon brand - This classically designed pajama set features patch pocket and piped trims
Mae balances beauty and ease to create intimates, sleep, and loungewear essentials you’ll want to wear every day. Designed to be mixed, matched, seen, and loved, our pieces promise comfort all day long. Style starts from the inside out with soft lace bralettes, barely there panties with no-show cuts, and can’t-miss cozy pajama tops and bottoms.
- Package Dimensions : 13.2 x 9.8 x 1.4 inches; 12.8 Ounces
- Item model number : 1591497
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : November 3, 2019
- Manufacturer : Mae
- ASIN : B07QC4BMLY
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You'd think, if the pants were so long, the shirt would be long as well. But nope. The shirt is ridiculously short. The sleeves are short as well, just barely covering my wrists. I'd prefer the sleeves to go slightly down past my wrists and for the shirt to be long enough to reach my hips, but the length stops at my belly button. So the shirt is for a small person and the pants are for someone who's at least 5'9 or 5'10. It's just bizarre. I'm one of those people who usually just wears a large baggy shirt and pajama pants to bed, so I decided to wear one of my baggy shirts underneath this pajama shirt, and it actually works quite well. It fixes the length problem and it works to make the outfit warmer. But overall, had I tried these pajamas on at Khols or something, I would not have bought them.
I've attached a photo so you can see how short the top looks. I did wash and dry the pants with heat in an effort to make them shrink, which took perhaps half an inch off the length. Not enough to help, so I just have to hike them up.
The replacement set, although the same thin material, the arm length was a good 1.5" longer, still short in the waist, but this is okay with me; the pants were a solid 36", which is perfect for me and no missing buttons. Not sure what happened with my first set, but the replacement set was great.
In the end I probably won't buy again from this company since there is an obvious inconsistency within the same size set.