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Jammies Prêt-à-Porter debuts holiday comfort wear for baby
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Oct '13
This season, Jammies Prêt-à-Porter introduces stylish holiday comfort wear for baby! Whether the gift is for a family member or for a colleague's bundle of joy, Jammies has your baby's bum covered for Holiday 2013.

The collection of stylish, ultra-luxe comfort wear for babies includes separates and sets that are packaged in adorable recycled plastic jam jars. Exclusively for the Holiday Sweets collection, Jammies has created delicious flavors including Oatmeal Cranberry, Candy Cane and Cranberry Sugar, all packed in a limited edition holiday jar. From polka dots to colorful red and ivory sets, there's a gift for every taste.

Siblings Meryl and Brian Levy are the dynamic duo behind the clever brand. The concept was originally conceived by their father back in the 80’s, when he would gift pajamas in a jar to friends and family who were expecting. Now, years later, Meryl and Brian have adapted the idea into a more refined, modern concept; they call their Jammies “comfort wear” and have designed them to be sported inside or outside, day or night.

Ribbed bodysuits with side snaps, pants with kneepads and jumpsuits are some of the adorable garments that Jammies offers. Crafted with the softest cottons and rayons, each piece is both comfortable and practical for babies. With a solid base of Grey (aka Poppyseed) or Oatmeal, fun flares are added with bright colored trims, using catchy flavors, er, names, such as Persimmon, Plum and Pear.

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