There's nothing better in life than getting home after a long day and getting straight into your pajamas.

Bra off, hair up, slippers and dressing gown. The best time of the day, in my humble opinion.

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You know that we here at PRETTY 52 absolutely LOVE Primark. They're just brilliant. Recently, they've been smashing all kinds of pajama wear, bits and bobs for home and (of course) our trusted black leggings. We love them, and we're not quite sure what we'd do without them.

Now, they've only gone and outdone themselves again.

They've brought out some amazing massive unicorn slippers and they are showstoppers. I can picture myself lounging around on a Sunday, watching rubbish telly and trying to ignore the fact that Monday is mere hours away.

Just look at them...


Credit: Primark

They're only £8 as well so we'll be stocking up for the foreseeable future. As the weather gets colder, we know that these will be a lifesaver.

They shared the image of the slippers on their Instagram page and it quickly gathered over 100k likes. Damn.

One fan wrote: "Omg these are too cute!!" while another added: "Need these!!!!!!!"

An Instagram user read our minds, writing: "buzzing for the winter so I can wear these". We feel you, hun.

It looks like there's a matching dressing gown too, as another added: "The most impractical yet beautiful #unicorn slippers (ONLY £8). I'm now regretting not getting the matching dressing gown."

Yup, we're getting these as soon as payday hits.

It seems pretty much everything is unicorn-themed these days. Here's a classic example...


Credit: GeekySexToys.com

Hmm. Maybe not for us but each to their own.

Featured Image Credit: Primark/Instagram Lotus_Unicorns

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online.

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