Why Buy Neutral State by PJ Salvage? This is sleepwear for grown-ups who are young at heart. Like the playful PJs we wore as kids, P.J. Salvage puts the fun back in cozy, comfortable sleepwear. Whimsical prints, lively colors and fresh styles combine with high-quality fabrics, like their flannel, which is beloved by women of all ages. Mix and match separates for your own style and go to bed happy.
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The PJ Salvage Neutral State Cozy Lined Jacket RESCJ1 has deep faux-shearling fleece for warmth and soft comfort with handy pockets at front. PJ Salvage's Neutral State Cozy Lined Jacket is made of polyester/rayon.
Since 1996, P.J. Salvage has been wrapping women in comfortable, funky, high-quality sleepwear. The line includes night shirts, robes and, of course, the flannel pajamas the brand is best known for. Cheerful patterns are a hallmark of P.J. Salvage pajamas. You'll find a pattern for every mood--funky animal prints, whimsical hearts, flying cupcakes, peace signs, amusing sayings, even skulls. But whimsy alone isn't what sets P.J. Salvage apart. Their sleepwear is made of high-quality fabrics including 100% cotton flannel in a perfect weight, lightweight cotton voile, and a thermal velour in a cotton/poly blend.
P.J. Salvage has recently expanded their line to offer chemises, camis and some lingerie pieces. Chemises, perfect for warmer weather, are fabricated in softs wovens and knits in pretty, muted colors, like lavender and soft sky blue. For those who love the funky side of P.J. Salvage, there are also patterns like kissing lips or tie dye. You'll find a variety of robe styles to complement pajamas and night shirts for all seasons.
P.J. Salvage pajamas are celebrity favorites, too and have been spotted on stars like Cameron Diaz, Gwen Stefani, Jessica Alba, Sharon Stone and others. In fact the P.J.s are celebrities in their own right, having made supporting-role turns on several television shows, including Ugly Betty, Everybody Loves Raymond, Desperate Housewives and West Wing, to name a few.