IT”S CHIRSTMAAAAAAS! (Apply high pitched overexcited voice). The countdown has begun and it’s time to get festive. The trees are being put up, the lights are getting switched on and Jack Frost is most definitely nipping at our noses. Being a student means that money can sometimes be tight so rather than investing in heating (the expensive option) why not invest in some snuggly Christmas pyjamas and accessories to set the festive mood. I’ve created the ultimate guide for you to have the snuggliest, Christmas yet.
This cute little reindeer pyjama set is from F&F at Tesco for only £12! The top is nice and fleecy for extra warmth with red and white polka dot trousers to match. The perfect festive set, especially as Rudolph has sparkly antlers and nose! Everybody loves sparkles at Christmas.
If you are a fan of the onesie, this is by far the best one that I have seen yet! The Mrs. Clause piece is from boohoo.com for £25. I like how it is footless so you can even wear it to a fancy dress party, plus it looks super soft and cosy! A must have onesie this Christmas!
This is a vintage, button up shirt style nightie. You can get it from the whitestuff.com for £29.95 and is covered in Christmas trees, owls, cats and love hearts. The colours are nude and subtle but it’s still got a warm Christmas feel to it. It’s 100% cotton with a button up front. A festive must have!
These slippers are super Christmassy with Christmas trees and reindeers and a cute red ribbon on the front. You can get these from New Look for £9.99, definitely worth it as they also have a fleecy lining to keep those toes nice and warm!
For an extra festive touch and coziness buy one of these for your bed from Marks and Spencer’s at £15. The snowy image on the front gets me in the winter as well as Christmas mood. It has a red checkered back which is very in season, plus it is a quick festive match for any bedroom.
Don’t forget the bonus of being a student is the discount! So knock a further 10-20% off with your student card and you will be saving yourself even more money. (Which we obviously know is going to be spent on getting those last few Christmas presents for the family, and obviously not on going out for this years Christmas parties! wink wink).