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    Now where can i find them without the hassle of buying them online from overseas?

    I'm lemming so much for comfortable cottom pyjamas pants ( especially with the rain outside the windows now )

    Tried to get them online before.. either the fit is way-off despite following the size chart or the length is wayyy too long. (read: keke i am a shortie)

    So pray tell, where can i find comfortable pyjamas pants at not too expensive a price? I spied some nice-looking ones at M&S but its price range is sadly, out of my range.

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    hey ponine, I love to wear pj pants to sleep too Like you the pj pants from VS are too long for me but heck...they are so comfortable. I just wear them high up the waist. Can imagine how I look

    Try the brand Kooki (sp???). This brand can be found in major departmental stores like Tangs and Seiyu. Price range is $30++ I remember they have their own website and also remember Jewel (are u here?) loves their brand of camisoles as well.

    Also, I like to check out Women's Secret stuff. I like to go to the one at Tanglin mall as it's more quiet.

    I'd also like more choices for pjs. The pj collections in tangs are already boring me.

    Do update what you get, ponine

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    • #3
      topshop!! they have some really cute pajamas but they dont bring it in all the time so you have to keep a lookout for them. boyfriend bought a set for me before, and i love it to bits, it's flannel material and its blue checks..

      i also have victorias secrets and muji pjs, have not wore my victorias secrets yet, perhaps tonight would be good

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      • #4
        Hey Rae,

        Oh yes.. I just discovered Kooshi too. Haha just checked out their website. Find the $39.90 price tag a little steep for a local brand but shall check it out next week at Tangs! Thanks gal! Vs pants are wayy too long for me l.a.h and they are a little sheer IMO haha..

        Lumos! Oh.. now that you mentioned Topshop I remembered seeing cute ones there. Thanks!! But very limited selection right ? Now.. i would love to check out Muji. What are the prices ranges for both do you know?

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        • #5
          yup the range is topshop is pretty limited, they dont always bring in the long sleeves long pants type which i prefer. think its usually the winter collection but do drop in the next time you are in town!

          as for muji, my friend got it for me in japan, not sure if the one in seiyu bugis sells it, think she got it at about $50-70

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          • #6
            Just checked out Kooshi at Tangs. While the clothes on the website look so appealing to me, it hardly moved me when i saw it in real life.

            The selection at Tangs is so little. And to pay $40-$50 for a pyjamas pants will just drive my mummy crazy.

            So i shall be good and continue sourcing for better deals.

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            • #7
              You could try Delia*s or even GAP! They have some pretty cute fannel jammie pants!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by redpetal
                You could try Delia*s or even GAP! They have some pretty cute fannel jammie pants!
                I know i know!

                But the hassle of online shopping with risk of buying ill-fitting clothes just keep me off.

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                • #9
                  if u do manage to get a chance to cross into Msia, their reject shops do stock VS, old navy PJ pants that you are describing. Else I think the export shop at Specialist Center (2nd Floor) has some sets from these US retailers as well

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                  • #10
                    Hey Chox!

                    Where exactly in Malaysia can ifind these reject shops? The more the merrier..

                    I seldom navigate to Malaysia and not even JB but on one of my trip to Malaysia last year, I bought 2 Triumph bras on sale and it's only RM$50 for both. When i got back to Singapore , I saw the same model on sale at SGD$69 for 2 pieces.

                    I am seriously thinking of going to Malaysia just to stock up on bras and undies.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ponine
                      Hey Chox!

                      Where exactly in Malaysia can ifind these reject shops? The more the merrier..

                      I seldom navigate to Malaysia and not even JB but on one of my trip to Malaysia last year, I bought 2 Triumph bras on sale and it's only RM$50 for both. When i got back to Singapore , I saw the same model on sale at SGD$69 for 2 pieces.

                      I am seriously thinking of going to Malaysia just to stock up on bras and undies.
                      in JB, city plaza has 2 ... think one on ground floor, another on 3rd ? or something like that..

                      not too sure in KL but most shopping centers there do have reject shops...

                      Msia having some countrywide sale rite ? hehee temptatons!!

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                      • #12
                        I like to stock up on bra/panties set in Bangkok and Taiwan as its really cheap! check it out when you are there! most departmental stores have sale/discount most of the time especially in bangkok.

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                        • #13
                          Anyone has PF PJs? Can share with us if they are comfy? I'm lemming for some! TIA!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by lovedust
                            Anyone has PF PJs? Can share with us if they are comfy? I'm lemming for some! TIA!
                            Hey lovedust,

                            You referring to Paul Frank ? Awfully expensive in Singapore .. i jus tsaw it at this show at Wisma( forgot the name.. but its just opposite Topshop) and a set of PJs is going for $99.

                            I think you might get cheaper prices over at Ebay. Material wise, it's not those soft and tender cotton, kinda more coarse. But i love the designs.. especially the pink ones.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ponine
                              Hey lovedust,

                              You referring to Paul Frank ? Awfully expensive in Singapore .. i jus tsaw it at this show at Wisma( forgot the name.. but its just opposite Topshop) and a set of PJs is going for $99.

                              I think you might get cheaper prices over at Ebay. Material wise, it's not those soft and tender cotton, kinda more coarse. But i love the designs.. especially the pink ones.

                              Yes it's Paul Frank! The shop should be ROXY. I saw some over at Wisma Isetan too. Thanks by the way!

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