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- 100% Nylon
- Pull On closure
- Hand Wash
- Top has fluttery sleeves with fabric covered buttons
- Slip on pants with elastic waistband
- Variety of colors
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You will love the soft and silky pajama set with its nylon tricot fabrication for a lightweight feminine appeal.
Top has fluttery sleeves with fabric covered buttons
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004M5ID44
- Item model number: 90807
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 14, 2002
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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They are thin and cool off quickly when I stand in front of a fan or AC unit.
They are a pretty color but a bit more pink than the picture shows.
They are almost too thin (TMI I know but some of the nip can be seen through the shirt as well as my underware through the pants).
The material is not absorptive. If I am sweating it is running everywhere, and these make me sweat a lot. They are synthetic materials and don't breath very well.
Everything snags on them. A rough patch on the wall, the dry areas of my feet etc. The snags are pulling out little strings everywhere.
If I haven't shaved my legs for one day the hair really pokes through.
The lace on the collar feels a bit grandmothery to me.
All in all it was a good try and they aren't really expensive so I was willing to take a risk, but I won't be buying more. I'm on the look out for something better. In addition they are a little big. I wear 18/20 and got 2x. The pants keep slipping down and the shirt is practically a tent. However, I would prefer a little big over too small in PJs anyway. Good luck!
My first complaint is that when you lay down, there fabric of the blouse opens up between the buttons leaving big gaps...I mean two inch gaps showing skin between the buttons. I am not overweight so it is not the type of gap due to fabric trying to stretch around skin, it's because the buttons are places too far apart and when laying on your back gravity pulls the fabric down. I am constantly pulling it back up to try and keep myself covered up, drives me nuts.
My second complaint is the fabric, nylon. Feels good, looks good, but if you have dry skin or some hair nubs on your legs it's sorta snags. It doesn't make snags or anything, you can just feel it get sort of hung up on the area rather than glide smoothly over it.
Pretty much ideal for someone going into the hospital. I don't know about anyone else, but I didn't want to wear my pajamas from the hospital in my own bed. Way too many germs and god knows what else. You won't feel too bad tossing these if you have to, but provide good coverage while you need them.
I like them because I have flannel sheets. Getting in and out of bed is not easy. This helps me slide over. A pair of thermal underwear under makes them great for winter and by themselves for the warmer weather.
My only complaint is that the buttons don't lay flat in front. They bunch up. The garment hangs loose so it isn't my bust causing this.