Hello February. I know I should wish time away but goodness January really wasn’t the best of times for the Bradley bunch. Sitting here surrounded by boxes and little blue sky, change is on the horizon and I could to be happier for it all.
I wanted to also admit something. Part of my new mantra of letting go. Why I didn’t listen to Elsa during the 50th showing of it in our home. Let It Go. So since being gifted these amazing Pyjamas from The Bright Company the girls and I have been getting changed into them pretty much as soon as we get home from the school run. At first we waited till 6pm but it has been getting earlier and earlier. Granted I may not wear them on the school run but maybe it is ok to occasionally wear a daytime PJ. These marvellous ones from the Bright Company are so much fun that we love wearing them. My girls and I are a little gang with our different personalities just milling along through our life together of school runs, playdates, afternoon treats, crafting, colouring, arguing, sitting on naughty steps and sticking my tongue out at them when they are not looking. So it is apt that we love to wear our little gang outfits.
I have just received the new images of the Spring collection and it just lovely. Really bright and crisp for the Spring. The new collection features a new print, ‘The Nutty Bees’, which was designed in collaboration with British illustrator, Sarah Dyer. The range features pieces for babies and children from 0-9 years and also a counterpart collection for adults so that all the family can match! Prices start from £14 for a vest up to £54 for Dada Jyms for men. Mr B always looks longingly at our matching PJ’s so I most definitely will be treating him to a pair this season.
The company was founded in 2013 by Alienor Falconer— a British-based designer and product developer who graduated from London College of Fashion. Prior to The Bright Company, Alienor worked most recently as a lead Product Developer at Paul Smith, travelling internationally.
The Bright Company is a design-led brand characterised by strong colours, graphic prints and unisex designs. Product design plays close attention to the distinct physical needs of babies, toddlers and children. For example, the signature Slim Jyms pyjamas are carefully designed to be slim fitting so that they don’t ‘ride up’ at night leaving little ones with cold patches. While the Monty Sleepsuit avoids the baggy excessive fabric so common in sleepsuit designs today, making the first tentative first crawls, steps and runs much easier.
Just looking at these bright, fun images from their Spring campaign is just cheering up my Friday. Time for a little Pyjama over haul. These super sweet styles just make our sleepovers that little bit more fun.
Short Jyms, £24, The Bright Company.
Slack Jyms in Moon Print Damp Moss, £35
Slim Jyms in Nutty Bees, £28
Loll Dress, £28
Bedding from £55 for cot bed & £66 for single bed
The perfect threads for just being with your little gang.
Happy Happy Friday,
wishing you all the best weekend with lots of PJ time.
London Mum x