We’ve got the scoop on where to find them.
Actress Jennifer Garner didn’t have an Instagram until September 2017, but boy, we’re glad the West Virginia-born-and-raised celebrity finally hopped aboard the Insta train!
From throwback holiday photos to videos of herself reading children’s books to her golden retriever, Birdie, Garner’s account is a treasure trove of relatable—and hilarious—Instagram gold.
Recently, the mother of 3 started a new video series on her Facebook and Instagram pages that she’s dubbed her “Pretend Cooking Show.” In the most recent installment (watch the full “show” on her Facebook page), the always charming Garner whips up a batch of English muffins from Huckleberry Bakery and Café, one of her favorite Santa Monica, California, restaurants. She calls the breakfast treat a “total family pleaser” and says she makes them all the time.
Perhaps the most endearing part of the video, though, is when Garner shows off the night-before prep that’s a requisite part of baking the yummy homemade muffins.
And she doesn’t dress up for the camera, either. True to her typical down-to-earth form (one of the many reasons we love her!), Garner looks like just about any other mama doing meal prep for her children, with her hair pulled back in a messy bun and wearing a super cute pair of PJs.
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As a pajamas-obsessed gal (there’s nothing I love more than an old-school, matchy-matchy set), I just had to find out where the Southern-born actress scored her cozy loungewear. Thanks to some intel from our friends at People, I discovered that Garner’s bear-print PJs came from Roller Rabbit, one of the best little corners on the Internet for finding resort-inspired duds and home accessories in whimsical prints.
The 100% pima cotton Stan the Bear Pajamas come in two colorways, blue and olive, and will set you back $115. Plus, they make an infant onesies, children’s and men’s PJs in the same bear print, so the whole family can match!
It’s not the first time Garner has sported Roller Rabbit jammies in an Instagram post. Back in September, she posted a selfie from a backyard campout, where she wore pajamas in Roller Rabbit’s Franklin the Wolf pattern.
We’re ready to add Roller Rabbit PJs to our bedtime rotation! How about y'all?