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WHO DOESN'T love the feeling of getting into new pyjamas?

We know we do, and now there's another set we have to get our hands on, from Sainsbury's.

Fashion fan and bargain hunter @the_busy_life_project on TikTok shared the latest drop of pyjamas that have landed in Sainsbury's and people can't wait to get their hands on them.

The new line of pyjamas are bold and colourful and features wild animals.

One pair comes in green and has an eccentric tiger pattern all over the top and matching trousers.

The set costs just £18 and is available in sizes 8 – 24.


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The next pair the pyjama showed off was a multi-coloured set with bold green, oranges and pinks and featured cartoon cheetahs all over the design.

And while they aren't identical, the new pyjama range looks very similar to luxury pyjama maker Chelsea Peers line.

Her pyjamas often feature bold colours and jungle animals printed all over them – but at £50 are quite pricey.

The Sainsbury's set will save you £32 compared to the originals.

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She captioned the post: "I'm not going to lie, I think these are a work of art.

"I'll take the green with tigers please."

The video has since been viewed over 32k times and received over 1,000 likes.

People quickly took to the comments section of the post stating they couldn't wait to get their hands on a pair.

One person wrote: "Is it bad that I want to wear these not as pyjamas?"

Another commented: "Oh TU doing dupes now, nice."

"Oh my god now I need to pop to Sainsbury's for yet another pair of pyjamas," penned a third.

A fourth added: "Don't show me these! I already have an unhealthy amount of pyjamas."

Meanwhile, a fifth wrote: "Vibes."

"OMG, let's go," claimed a sixth.

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In the comments section, the woman revealed the green pyjama set was also available in the kids section so mums and their little ones can match.

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