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McDonald's Has Released a New Range of Peter Alexander PJs Covered in Burgers, Fries and Golden Arches

The fast food chain has teamed up with Peter Alexander on a new retro-inspired sleepwear line.
By Sarah Ward
July 07, 2021
By Sarah Ward
July 07, 2021

2021 marks 50 years since McDonald's first started serving burgs in Australia and, across the ditch, it has been celebrating that fact in a big way. That doesn't mean much in New Zealand, except when it comes to one thing: new Macca's PJs.

Teaming up with Peter Alexander, McDonald's has launched a collection of sleepwear that features burgers, fries and golden arches. Also appearing regularly: the chain's red and yellow colour scheme, and its famous figures such as Ronald, Grimace, Birdie and the Hamburglar. Obviously, whichever design you opt for, you'll be lovin' it.

Do people wearing burger-covered pyjamas dream of Big Macs? That's the question you can now put to the test. You can clearly expect a big dose of nostalgia as well and, thanks to Ronald and company's presence, to have a fierce hankering for happy meals.

There's obviously a huge retro feel to the entire range — and, if you wake up and start watching cartoons while wearing them, that's understandable.

Ten different items are available now at Peter Alexander stores and via the sleepwear brand's website until stocks last — including PJ pants and sweaters for men and women, and four different matching sets for the latter. Prices range up to NZ$129 for long-sleeved women's flannelette pyjamas covered in Macca's well-known characters.

The McDonald's x Peter Alexander sleepwear collection is on sale now via Peter Alexander stores and the sleepwear brand's website.

Published on July 07, 2021 by Sarah Ward
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