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Warm Up in Winter Pajamas

Yawn! It's time to sleep - but what are you going to wear to bed? Check out some of the cutest and warmest pajamas to snuggle up in this winter!

Snuggle up in these warm PJs!
Winter Pajamas

Winter Pajamas - Ring in the New Year With Fleece

Christmas may be over, but you can stay in a festive mood by throwing on Old Navy's reindeer print pajamas (1)! The best thing about them is that they're fleece, so they'll keep you warm and cozy all night long. Head to your local Old Navy for more long-sleeved fleece sets if the holiday theme isn't your thing.

Winter Pajamas - Say G'Nite to Hello Kitty

These Hello Kitty jammies from Wet Seal (2) will have you seeing stars, not sheep, as you drift off to sleep! The T-shirt may not be the warmest, but everyone needs a fun pair of pajamas to brighten up a blah day. Plus, they work great as lounge wear in case your crush unexpectedly drops by after school.

Winter Pajamas - Hop Into Bed With a Henley

Henley tops are not only cool for school, but also for bed time. This gray set from Alloy (3) features all the trends (skulls, stripes and hearts), so they're the perfect pj's to wear to your next sleepover.

Winter Pajamas - Jonesin' for Long Johns

Think long johns are just for grannies? No way! Check out these uber-comfy and ultra-cute striped long johns from Old Navy (4). They're best suited for under the covers, but they work well under your jeans on those extremely cold days when even the thickest of clothes isn't enough to keep the shivers away.

Winter Pajamas - Wrap Up in a Robe

Start your morning right in a robe that really has the "S" factor down - soft, snuggly and soothing. Slip on some fuzzy slippers and you're set for a lazy Saturday morning of cartoons and a bowl of your fave cereal.

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