Raina is 5'10" and wears size S in Flamenco - Pajama Short - Clementine

Raina is 5'10" and wears size S in Flamenco - Pajama Short - Clementine

Flamenco - Pajama Shorts - Clementine - Printfresh
Kristen is 5'8" and wears size 2X
Flamenco - Pajama Shorts - Clementine - Printfresh
Flamenco - Pajama Shorts - Clementine - Printfresh


Pajama Shorts

Brighten evenings, mornings and weekends at home with our vibrant flamingo and elephant printed PJ shorts. Featuring an easy elastic waistband, these pajamas are hand-crafted using breathable organic cotton. The elephant and flamingo PJ shorts are the essential choice for days at home with no plans at all, and you'll be sure to revel in the comfort of the softer-after-every-wash fabric no matter the occasion or season. 

The Details:

  • 2 ¼ inch inseam
  • Mid-rise with elastic waistband, drawstring and pockets
  • 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton poplin
  • Wash on delicate cycle and tumble dry low heat

Echoing the radiant energy of Spain and Jaipur, the Flamenco pajamas blend together the dashing flamingo and noble elephant within a whimsical illustration of vining flora and decorative fauna. You can find more of our Flamenco favorites here

Made with 100% organic cotton that gets softer with every wash, our flamingo and elephant print PJs are an ideal outfit for quiet stay-at-home weekends and cozy nights in under a blanket. 

For sizing guidance, take a look at our Size Chart.

Raina is 5'10" and wears size S, and Kristen is 5'8" and wears 2X.

Like many of our designs, Flamenco was originally created as a gouache painting, incorporating elements of both the botanical world and animals. We simplified our elephant design with surrounding vines, but something was still missing. The famous Spanish flamenco dance, imitating the courtship display of the flamingo in both its style of movement and dress, proved to be the perfect inspiration for our elephant’s new companion. The joyful dance between these beings brings a sense of steady calm to our every day. You can find out more about the history behind the Flamenco print over on our blog.