Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Hatley {Review & Giveaway} Adorable Girls' and Boys' PJ Sets


It is Back To School time and a reminder that cool weather is just around the corner. Time to get ready for the weather to turn cool and be prepared with warm clothing. I love nothing more than to see my Little Man in a pair of cozy, comfy pajamas. We recently received our first pair of Hatley PJ's and they are adorable! The pair we received are the Boys' Bear Hug Applique' in blue. The Bear Hug print comes with an applique'd Bear Hug top with a bear print all over the bottoms. The snug fit makes these so cute on little one's. Aren't they cute?

They are sturdy, well made and roomy enough to get through the season. Hatley PJ's are available in the cutest prints- most inspired by Canadian nature. Although we reviewed the Bear Hug print, we also love the Guitar Hero, Bed Bugs, and Young Buck prints.

I love giving PJ's as Christmas presents, so many of the boys & girls (and adults) will be receiving them. 

They also carry a fine selection of gift & kitchen items. Hatley should be your one stop shop for clothing, gifts, and kitchen items!

…the Hatley story…

About Hatley - Family picture

It started over twenty years ago with a sense of humor, a talented painter, her restless husband and the Little Blue House gift store in the lakeside village of North Hatley, Canada.
Alice, inspired by the countryside around her, had just finished a series of paintings depicting farmyard animals. Needing a venue to show her work, Alice opened a gallery above her gift shop the Little Blue House.
John, Alice’s husband, watched the paintings sell and created a line of aprons based on Alice’s artwork. John was right, the aprons sold and kept on selling. They quickly turned this cottage business into the company Hatley, supplying retailers with the best cow and pig aprons the world had ever seen. Cows and pigs gave birth to moose and bears, aprons led to gifts and clothing.
Hatley thrived, but it was all so much work and John and Alice were looking for a life less complicated. When retirement beckoned, John and Alice happily handed the reins to their three sons, Chris, Nick and Jeremy.
Chris – the eldest – decided he should be President. Nick – the only one who could draw – became the designer. And Jeremy – the youngest, desperate to boss somebody around – took over production.
Restless, like their father, the three boys quickly transformed and grew the company. They developed an extensive children’s line, created comfy women’s sleepwear and expanded into the gift market with napkins, kitchen textiles, mugs and much, much more.
Hatley designs are now sold around the world, and the three boys continue to ensure that Hatley stands for the same principles on which it started: family, good design, quality and of course, loads of laughs. Alice and John can still sometimes be seen roaming the halls of the bustling Hatley warehouse, together with their three sons, and sometimes a grandchild or two!

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This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. A HUGE thank you to Hatleywho supplied the products for review and giveaway. This is open to US & Candian residents. 

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