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What you will find at Rowan Charles

Beautiful Indian cotton pyjamas

Rowan Charles offers an exquisite selection of 100% cotton, hand block printed Indian textiles including pyjamas for women, nightdresses and dressing gowns for women and pyjamas for children. If you’re looking for a unique gift for a friend or you simply feel like treating yourself, these one-off chic pieces bring a splash of colour and a little bit of India to any home.  Sourced directly from Jaipur and Jodhpur in the beautiful state of Rajasthan, Northern India, this highly sought-after and hard to come by range has the spirit of India dyed deep in the rich threads of the material.

Rajasthan is known as ‘The Land of Kings’ and when you visit it is easy to see why. Blessed with impressive palaces, stunning forts and majestic elephants, the colour and vibrancy of this beautiful Indian state is naturally reflected in the striking pieces that we offer.


Today may be gloomy but I have just received the most beautifully wrapped delivery. Thank you Lindsey Cooper for care and love you put into each order. I am thrilled with my very pretty cooling cotton nightdress with angel sleeves


All beautifully wrapped, Fantastic service and gorgeous product! Thank you


Thank you Lindsey Cooper for my gorgeous Tropical Pyjamas. The 100% cotton feels so nice, they are amazingly comfy and beautifully packaged in a matching bag. Amazing service and fast delivery too! I can’t wait to order my next pair.


The Pyjama Lady Blog

Dreaming - A Poem By Victoria Chadwick

Dreaming - A Poem By Victoria Chadwick

This is a beautiful poem written Victoria Chadwick. This poem is written with Lindsey and her many adventures around the world in mind, I think you'll agree that it evokes the pleasure her wonderful Rowan Charles sleepwear can bring, any time of the year!
Bollywood Nights

Bollywood Nights

Thinking of snuggling up on the sofa for a film night in your silky Indian cotton pajamas?

Well, how about getting into the spirit of India in a new way….try a Bollywood movie!



This made me laugh ....visitors to a safari park have been asked not to wear animal print clothes after concern over a change of behaviour of the animals.
Walking leopard or tiger print might be confusing or frightening for the animals.
Possibly the worst thing to do is limp past the lion or tiger enclosure in a zebra print outfit.