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Summer Pajama Styles

If you haven't gone pajama shopping lately, you'll be surprised at the vast array of choices out there. A huge selection of styles has exploded onto the scene... here are just a few of them!

Pajamas - Capris

Capri PJs are seen everywhere this year.

During the spring and summer months, girls wear capris everywhere - to the mall, the beach and even to bed! Nothing is cuter than Roxy's floral capri set, which you can wear when you're gossiping with your gal pals at a sleepover. The drawstrings let you cinch up the legs for a customized style and fit.


Pajamas - Cami Sets

Camisoles bring out the girl in you!

Playful polka-dots perk up this sweet camisole and shorts set from PJ Salvage. Camis are girly and feminine, and tend to come with built-in bras. You can wear them during the day under a sheer t-shirt or cardigan, but we can all agree they're best suited for when you're sleeping under the covers with your fave stuffed animal.

Pajamas - Boxers

Boxers double as regular shorts.

Kick back and lounge around the house with this tank and boxer set from Roxy. These are probably the most comfortable jammies around, because who doesn't feel relaxed in shorts and a tank? Boxers also double as regular shorts, which is perfect for those days when you've slept through your alarm and have to jump out of bed to catch the school bus.


Pajamas - Nighties

Slip into a nightie.

Even more feminine than the camisole is the nightie, which is an ultra-girly PJ. Skip the silk and lace, and opt for a cotton one that's super comfortable and stretchy for that fit you love. This slip-inspired nightie by American Eagle Outfitters has a contrast-color trim, which adds romantic details to an already pretty pajama.

Pajamas - Full Sets

Full pajama sets give more coverage.

Girls looking for more coverage, even in the warmer months, should stick with traditional top and bottom pajama sets. They come in all sorts of bright colors and funky prints, like this cute heart-patterned set from Roxy.

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Hello Amelia! Fellow natural ginger here. Your hair is a gorgeous colour and I don't blame your parents for not wanting you to dye it. How about the dye only be temporary? It won't stay on forever, so you'll have your cool rainbow colours and still have your natural colour. I do need to warn you, though, don't dye your hair too much. It's not good for your scalp. Good luck. :)
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They know what is best for you. But if you really wanna dye your hair, you should compromise with them. Like for instance: tell them you can dye the bottom of your hair the color, and then when you get older, you could maybe dye a little more, and so on. But your parents know what's best for you, and they want you to look presentable.                       ~PCG :)
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Hello players of KidzWorld! I am Amelia, feel free to call me Payton or whatever you'd like! So, let us jump right into this! :D -=+=- I have natural ginger hair and really, REALLY strict parents. I would like to dye my hair this blue color called "Atomic Turquoise" by Maniac Panic :) However, my parents don't want me to dye my hair as they think that these colors look "trashy". Girls whom I know, have dyed hair. One of them even has piercings I want. Another has had her hair every color of the rainbow and more! So, my parents are very strict and quite... I don't even know. They won't allow me to do anything really... Does anyone have anything I can use to have my parents allow me to dye my hair? Thank you! :D <3 ~Payton
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