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I usually don't spend much,especially on clothing but I need Christmas pj's.I know most of their pj's are made in Peru.Are they worth the money?

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Their pajamas are our favorites. The fabric is so soft and durable, and each size seems to last a really long time! To save money, we buy them used on eBay. They are so high quality the used ones are hardly worn out! Hope that helps. smile.gif
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High quality and the price reflects it!
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I just bought 2 pair.They are having an $18 sale until Sunday.

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Hanna Andersson clothes are some of the most durable out there.  I bought dresses for my daughter seven years ago that have been passed down through three and four cousins and they still look great.  They also resell at consignment really well.  DD is wearing a dress right now that I bought last year.  I love those Playdress/Daydress sets and buy a few every year.  The way they are made, they fit for ages.

 

The PJs are great, but my dd really dislikes the close fitting sleepwear so I don't tend to buy them for her, but I have given them as gifts.

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I Love Hanna andersson! Yes their pjs are great-- I think mostly they are organic cotton. I think hanna anderrson is the best kids clothes I have found.

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Hanna Andersson clothes are some of the most durable out there. 

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I Love Hanna andersson! Yes their pjs are great-- I think mostly they are organic cotton. I think hanna anderrson is the best kids clothes I have found.

:yeah

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I'm a small person and I bought 2 pairs for myself earlier this year.  They really are very nice.  

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We are also big fans of Hanna Andersson, particularly the pjs. I have bought many a used pair on ebay, and I also wait for their big sales. They are almost all made of organic cotton and close fitting. They don't contain the flame retardant chemicals that are required by law in all children's sleepwear, except ones that are close fitting. That is a very important thing to me.

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sort of off topic but regarding the flame retardant chemicals- omg they put those in pjs? that's insane. We do the hanna andersson pj's too. But we just ordered a new sofa-- and it got here- shipped- and it is nice but has this chemical smell to it- same thing I think, the flame retardant chemicals they put in the foam- ugh! how annoying- like I would rather lose a chouch if it came down to it but when I had the couch have one not laden with chemicals-- we now are speaking to the company aobut how the chemical cushions are making us feel sick! So crazy they would put those in clothes too.

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sort of off topic but regarding the flame retardant chemicals- omg they put those in pjs? that's insane. We do the hanna andersson pj's too. But we just ordered a new sofa-- and it got here- shipped- and it is nice but has this chemical smell to it- same thing I think, the flame retardant chemicals they put in the foam- ugh! how annoying- like I would rather lose a chouch if it came down to it but when I had the couch have one not laden with chemicals-- we now are speaking to the company aobut how the chemical cushions are making us feel sick! So crazy they would put those in clothes too.

Agreed!

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