4th November, 2020

Cotton On Kids launch another year of family sleep

After an epic year, Cotton On Kids is all about coming together to celebrate this Christmas (however that may look) to make it the merriest one we’ve had. We’re adapting how we celebrate, by calling on our family and creating new traditions together.

In an evolved digital sharing space, Cotton On Kids want to offer something that will allow customers to jump on their video calls with friends and extended family in their matching PJs – because it doesn’t matter where in the world we are, we can still be together treasuring every moment shared to Make it Merry!

Cotton On Kids adored matching family pyjama sets are back and this year we’ve taken on board your feedback and created our brand new (and best ever!) woven cotton, family Christmas pyjama sets – short sleeves and shorts for the win.

This year the range is available in Kids, Adults and Baby sizes in all four styles; Gingham, Christmas Tree, ginger bread and Australiana.

Launching online 9am Sunday October 25 and available in store Monday October 26 in Australia and online at 5pm Sunday November 1 and available in store Monday November 2 in New Zealand.

Shop the incredible Cotton On Kids Matching Sleep range on Cotton On Group’s ecommerce site today.


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