If it’s a small family affair, may we suggest some cozy pajamas? If it’s not, we have some fun Passover-themed clothing for the whole family that everyone at your seder will love — from socks and t-shirts to even some very fancy looking dresses and, of course, a ton of Passover onesies for your little ones.
Let my people shop!
Classic matzah pajamas from our friends at Midrash Manicures! Use code Kveller20 for 20% off on these bad boys.
These cozy pajamas have the word “dayenu” and a frog on them. We couldn’t have asked for more. Dayenu, indeed.
These pajamas have two of my favorite things — frogs and the color pink.
This matzah dress was worn by the one and only Mayim Bialik. You can also get it for 20% off with code Kveller20.
She was a Jew, he was a Pharaoh — could I make it any more obvious? I love this dress.
Not here for macho men — but always here for “matzo men”!
A way to keep warm and topical at your Passover seder.
This matzah dress would pair well with a nice little suit jacket.
Will your Jewish grandma ask if you’re cold in that shirt? Maybe, but you’ll still be looking super fine.
If you still want to wear a fancy dress for seder, consider pairing it with these leggings.
Add a little bit of color to the traditional Passover battle cry.
The Passover superhero we need.
I was not expecting this shirt, which features the names of the different symbolic foods we eat on Passover surrounded by flowers in a ’70s font. But now I kind of need it?
I’m not sure who this t-shirt is for but I’m including it on this list just so that it can find its person.
I think this shirt, which features the transliterated Hebrew for happy holiday with a bunch of little Passover illustrations, is super cute.
Kids and baby swag:
The illustration on this onesie is so clean and sweet.
Matzah balls honestly make a great, soft food for new eaters.
For the Dr. Seuss lovers!
Every holiday deserves its dog and cat swag. I don’t make the rules.
Here for animal Passover puns.
It’s your average Passover dad joke but the lovely illustration on this print really elevates it.
This dress is so pretty and I’m a little mad it doesn’t come in adult sizes.
Every family has that kid who is obsessed with dinosaurs — and honestly, that little matzah pattern does feel pretty prehistoric.
What baby isn’t mama’s little matzah ball?
What toddler and young kid isn’t mama’s little matzah ball?
Keep your whole family in matzah pattern with this adorable dress.
Just that classic matzah pattern.
A good question that belongs on socks.
Some socks for the kiddos!
It’s a pun that is made and we will live with it. Of course it’s on a sock.
Just lots of illustrated matzahs on a pair of socks.
These kids’ matzah hair accessories are too friggin’ cute!
Keep your hair out of the charoset in style with this matzah scrunchie! Use code Kveller20 for 20% off.
The iconic Passover candy worn on your ear is absolutely the perfect seder accessory.
Matzah and chocolate make for a perfect pairing — especially on earrings.
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