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Hoofbeat
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Hey guys, hoping someone can help me here! I'm a curvy girl with a full chest and so when I go to sleep I like to wear strappy tops that have the support built into them (the ones from Gap are fab) so that I don't look terrible! The problem is that hardly any of the high st shops do pjs with built-in supports. So I bought some of these nice tops from Gap which will do for the top half of me, but I can't find anywhere that sells PJs trousers separately - everywhere seems to sell them in sets! Does anyone know where I can just buy PJ bottoms/cropped trousers etc? thanks (or alternatively, were sells PJs with built-in supports).

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hugatree
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No idea. You could just buy shorts.
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La Senza do PJs with built in support (I'm wearing some now!). Also if you just want trousers I saw some stripy ones in Marks and Spencers the other day that were quite nice.
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(Original post by LauraB84)
La Senza do PJs with built in support (I'm wearing some now!). Also if you just want trousers I saw some stripy ones in Marks and Spencers the other day that were quite nice.
Ooooo I'll look into La Senza! Thanks
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If you've got a Primark near you you'll find they sell racks on racks of separate bottoms, and as you can imagine they're really cheap (about £4-6 a pair) so you can get quite a lot.
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boxer shorts in small sizes? I have a pair that's dark blue with stawberries on, I used to wear them for sport in school, but they are good as pjs in summer too... not too sure about winter though if you wanted something longer...
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The Albatross
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hehe I haven't worn pj's for a long time....!
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yeah M&S sell really nice PJ bottoms separately...they call it "loungewear" :rolleyes:
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Yeah, I alwasy get mine from M&S, they're nice and comfy and have the built in support and stuff.
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gap sell pj bottoms seperately and they have some really nice ones in at the moment that i want
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my grandmother always buys me pjs for x-mas
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I also get a lot of my pyjama bottoms from M&S, they do a wide range of full/cropped/shorts lengths, which is good!
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