Whether they're traveling on the road or running local errands with their famous parents, these celeb kids prove it always pays to have some adorable jammies on hand.

By peoplestaff225
Updated December 01, 2020 07:20 PM
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Whether they’re traveling on the road or running local errands with their famous parents, these celeb kids prove it always pays to have some adorable jammies on hand.

Wyatt Crow recently rocked out on stage with mom Sheryl Crow in some cool dinosaur pj’s, while Suri Cruise wore a pretty pink nightgown and fuzzy bunny slippers to an evening show of Wicked in New York last April.

And for an early morning coffee run with mom Jennifer Garner in Brentwood, Calif. in August 2009, Violet Affleck kept her elephant-print pajamas on and added some sporty New Balance sneakers.

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Every tot should have a few sets of super cute pajamas.

So check out our top picks for both boys and girls — for every budget — below!

Splurge

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Sporting a fun football pattern, Life is Good‘s Kids Lounge Set ($56) comes with a cotton top and flannel pants that are perfect for cuddling up on the couch before bed.

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From the pink and white stripes to the lace trim, your little princess will feel like royalty in Juicy Couture‘s Stripe Jersey Nightgown ($68).

Affordable

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Your little guy will have no problem drifting off to sleep in Tea Collection Origami Pajamas ($32). Made of 100 percent pima cotton, the insides are brushed for extra softness.

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She’ll be pretty in pink — lots of pink! — in Sweet Ivy‘s Ruffle Pajamas ($26). Plus, she’ll go ga ga over the unicorn and rainbow graphics.

Bargain Buy

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Not only are they covered with a cool, colorful dinosaur design, but Did Too‘s2-Piece Fitted Pajamas ($15) are crafted from a comfy cotton/spandex blend to ensure a snug fit.

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Jumping BeansFrog Nightgown ($11) is so cute, all she has to do is throw on a pair of sandals and she’s ready to go.

— Anya Leon