5 Amazing Designer, Soft & 100% Organic Cotton Nightwear for Kids

Nowadays, parents have an obsession with nightwear & pajamas for their kids. This is due to the fact that- My Little Shop is the favorite online store for all kids’ designer nightwear for kids collection as kids & their parents would love that.

So if you are desperately looking to purchase the most comfortable nightwear & pyjamas for your kids, you’re at the right place. Here we recommend you five amazing designer, soft, 100% cotton & handcrafted in Spain. Check them out!

  1. Theo Boys Payjamas

Theo is a dream light blue boys pyjamas set.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in SPAIN
  • Button up
  • Long Sleeve Top with Red Lining
  • Cost: £57

2. Amelia Girls Pyjamas

A romantic girls’ pyjamas blue & white — Amelia comes with very fine lace on the top and on the straps.

  • It includes matching short with an elasticated waist for comfort.
  • White satin ribbon detail on the white lace & matching at the top & bottom of the short.
  • With carrying pouch.
  • 100% cotton
  • Made in Spain
  • Cost: £59

3. Celestin Boys Pyjamas

  • It is a playful boys payjamas with blue & white stripes.
  • Button up top made with delicate & light cotton.
  • It comes with the matching elastic waist for comfort.
  • It includes carrying pouch.
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in SPAIN
  • Cost: £54

4. Angel Girls Night Dress

  • Angel comes with heavenly girls dressing gown along with white flower detail.
  • 100% organic cotton
  • Handmade in Spain
  • It comes with carrying pouch.
  • Cost: £57

5. Lili Girls Pyjamas

Lili is one of gorgeous kids designer pyjamas, including floral bloomer pyjamas, made of 100% organic cotton.

  • It comes with comfortable elasticated waist.
  • Raspberry color satin ribbon matching details at the top & bottom of the bloomer.
  • It comes with carrying pouch.
  • 100% organic cotton
  • Made in Spain
  • Cost: £55

For more information about children’s cotton nightdresses & pyjamas, visit https://mylittleshop.com

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