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My Little Pony Pajamas

My Little Pony Pajamas

My Little Pony Pajamas

If you’ve been on the Internet, you’ve probably heard of My Little Pony. Though the title itself – My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – suggests a limited audience, its reach has expanded far and wide, pulling in demographics the creators couldn’t anticipate at its creation.

That begun in the early 1980s as Bonnie Zacherle, Charles Muenchinger and Steve D’Aguanno started the cutesy animals as as plastic pony toys: vibrantly colorful bodies and manes along with “cutie marks,” which were unique symbols painted on the side of every one. Their popularity came slow but grew as the small toys spawned other endeavors in film and television.

My Little Pony TV Show

It was in television where My Little Pony made its mark as an animated series produced by Hasbro Studios. This series differentiated itself from its predecessors with nuance and sophistication in its writing by Lauren Faust, herself a super fan in youth who grew restless with the tired tropes and stereotypes that have become part and parcel with toys turned entertainment. It is was this shift that not only drew in the required demographic of young girls, but also surprising fans with teens and adult males – sometimes known as “bronies”. My Little Pony was a true phenomenon, crossing lines that were previously thought not able to be crossed.

With this newfound fame, My Little Pony could spread its wings past toys and entertainment into peripheral apparel and merchandise. Your standard stuff like mugs and posters, along with wearable items like tees, hats, and even pajamas. Pajamas in particular have become a hot item among all ages – youth, teens, and adults – with colorful ponies seemingly being the perfect animal to be construed into full body clothing worn to bed. True fans, then, can celebrate the franchise even while they’re not conscious.

My Little Pony Pajamas

One of the best representations is the Rainbow Dash Hooded Kigurumi One Piece Pajama. It’s an My Little Pony officially licensed, one size fits all, 100% polyester set that looks good worn on both sexes. The usual vibrant color of My Little Pony is there, of course, this time in light blue. Appropriately, Kigurumi is a term known in Japanese as a costumed performer who is represented by a cartoon character (generally represented by an animal). Perfect for the pony in you!

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