Victorian One-Piece PJs
I received these today in one of my orders. They are very cute but made out of much too light fabric. You can see right through them. Wearing white undergarments...........well people can see every detail of your undergarments and that wouldn't be so bad if I didn't live in a house with a bunch of teen boys. I will definitely only be wearing them when I am sure no one but my husband will be in the house. I love them but just wish the fabric was a bit heavier.
February 8, 2013
very comfortable except elastic too tight
Well I gave them to my mom for an early Christmas present. She loved the non itch factor of the 100 percent cotton, but the elastic around the leg was too tight and was really binding around her knee, so I made a small cut and pulled out the elastic...well the little inch long snip turned into a 3 inch long gap when she woke up the next morning cuz that area was still binding and spread in her sleep, so I had to cut off the lower leg ruffles altogether and hem it. Now it is comfortable, but not as cute. The size fit everywhere else but where the elastic was.
I gave it 3 stars because it is soo comfortable for her, but would have been 2 stars for the hassle about the elastic and the tightness in the lower leg.
December 12, 2012
Not quite a camisole and bloomers but just as good
I tried one of these and find them very comfortable and easy to wear. They are made of light fabric and very cool for summer months. I love the Victorian look and the all in one garment. I use mine to sleep in, but it could be used for other wearings. Kind of a nostalgic trip to yesterday, but a very comfortable garment as well.
November 15, 2012
Love the PJs
I love my new pajamas. The are exactly what the catalog showed. I will be wearing them for a long time to come. I was very disappointed at the shipping cost though. It cost almost $12.00 to mail this simple item to me. It weighed no more than 7-8 ounces and was slid inside a small plastic bag. And that cost almost $12.00. As for the pajamas, I love them.
September 6, 2012