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Old 12-03-2012, 10:05 AM   #11
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They are super comfy and hold up really nicely. I think they also are easier to keep stain free than some clothes. I want some myself, but not at full price.

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Oh and you can also call the outlet and have them mail you things.
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Re: Are Hanna PJ's worth the price?

I only buy Hannas at the outlet. I love their stuff, but none of it is worth full price, IMO.
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I only buy Hannas at the outlet. I love their stuff, but none of it is worth full price, IMO.
Yup this is us too. We have an outlet 45 min away and a store 15 min away. It makes my head spin when I go in the store.
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We've had lots of different cotton long john brands and I fold them all the time. I can say without hesitation that Hanna feels the smoothest and most substantial. The only company that has nicer quality cotton is Coyuchi. Hanna pjs may be worth full price, but I can't afford it. I shop the outlet over the phone and get what they have. I purchased a size 100 for my daughter last year, they fit this year as well and she may be able to be comfy in them next year too, although they may be a bit short. Then they go to my son.
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Old 12-03-2012, 12:45 PM   #16
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I don't usually buy at full retail price unless they are extremely cute or I fall in love with the print. They do hold up nicely and fit great.

I started buying A size 70s and they are a tiny bit baggy but I think they will fit next fall as well which maximizes wear time.

ETA: The resell value is always decent permitting the pajamas are in good condition.
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Oh and you can also call the outlet and have them mail you things.
really? Do you just ask them what they have over the phone? Do you have the phone number?
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really? Do you just ask them what they have over the phone? Do you have the phone number?
Yup, I did this with HA trainers. The phone numbers are available on the HA website. You might have to call several outlets to find the size and print you want. Some outlets answered the phone, some didn't. This might get harder and harder to do as the Christmas shopping season peaks.
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I just bought size 100 long johns in navy on blue stripes. They cost $15 at the outlet, instead of $30.
I also got the matching moccasins for $8 instead of $15


Right now the fleece mittens and hats are $5. Super cute prints, stripes, solids!

I have to say the price and selection is best in the baby sizes. Oh, and they had lots of girl underwear but none for boys?

Gymboree outlet had great PJs for $7-$10 too, and plenty of underwear
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Definitely worth it. They're on sale for $28 right now. I buy gender neutral ones in a size too big for DD. She wears them for 2 years, DS1 wears them for two more and DS2 gets them. I'm thinking at least 6 years worth of PJ's and they're still in decent enough shape to get $10 on ebay for them, definitely worth it.
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