I’ve been catching up on Netflix, clearing off my DVR and watching old movies. You know, all the important things you do while staycating. I was out of breath after watching House Party when I realized I hadn’t shared my Pajama Jammy Jam with you. You can’t watch this movie and not bust out some old school moves. I always wanted to be Sharane, don’t judge me. We had so much going on in December I didn’t get a chance to recap it all. I have two more days left in the year and I plan to get caught up.
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Tipsy Elves; all opinions are my own.
I had a Pajama Jammy Jam on the calendar, but what I didn’t have was something to wear. I wanted comfy, I wanted cute but I wanted to be covered. In walks Tipsy Elves right on time and they had no idea. They are known for their ugly sweaters and onesie pajamas; you might have seen them on Shark Tank in 2013. Well, they sponsored my pj’s and I’m officially hooked.
Every year my High School Class of 1997 gets to together for the holidays. Most folks come back home to visit family so its the perfect time of the year. It started out as just my class and over the years we’ve opened it up to all alumni. I’ve been out of school almost 20 years but I love that we still get together every December.
I wear makeup to events, but not my pj’s. This was a first time, it felt odd yet so right at the same time. Peep the zipper, it zips all the way around.
They are made out of sweatshirt material; its like wearing your favorite sweatpants all over your body. lol I love the branded Tipsy Elves pull tags on all the zippers. You know I put my name on everything so I always check for details. They had a kangaroo pouch on the front and deep pockets on each side. It was perfect for my phone. I might go out more often if I could dress like this.
Every year we have a theme and this year was pajamas. It was nice to see everyone came dressed to have fun. We even had a few walking around in bath robes. Ha! Everyone brought toys and or personal hygiene items to donate to a local shelter. We always support a worthy cause every year, this time it went to a local shelter.