Vintage Inspired PJs From Their Nibs

Vintage Inspired Kids' Clothing From Their Nibs

Celebrities like Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and Sadie Frost are fans of Their Nibs – a label offering vintage-inspired kids’ clothing. And now? So am I. Based in trendy Notting Hill, the brand has been around for ten years, which surprised me, because I hadn’t come across them until recently. These campaign shots from their AW13 lookbook tell you everything you need to know – delicate colours and luxe fabrics for girlswear and traditional tailoring with vintage shapes for boyswear.

Vintage inspired boys' clothing

A leisurely peruse of the website and I earmarked a few favourite products…

 

Their Nibs - vintage inspired kidswear

Their Nibs also do sleepwear – and lovely PJs are one of my favourite things in life (along with fireworks and fairylights in trees, FYI.) We were sent a beautiful set of pyjamas to test out, which was very welcome indeed, given that my 3 year old’s current array of PJs include Disney’s Rapunzel, Spider-Man and The Gruffalo. We needed a serious sleepy time style injection. And just look at what we received…

Their Nibs PJs

Their Nibs Vintage prints

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The Vintage Doll Pyjamas have genuinely become a firm favourite with my daughter – when I put her Gruffalo PJs on her last week after 3 nights of wearing these, she squirmed and protested, shouting “No! I want my NEW pyjamas!”

I’m a fan because they are made from soft cotton, they wash well (they haven’t faded yet, after a few washes) and the waistband is still tight and in tact – unlike some other PJs which go baggy around the waist and work their way down the bottom. They’re not cheap at £24, but they’re great quality. Thumbs up from us.

 

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