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Our Story

Kirsty Glynn - Founder 

The idea for Well Cool came about after one of our son's needed prolonged hospital care when he was younger. He had great treatment but due to some of the medication he was on, he gained weight and his regular pyjamas became tight. Sometimes he got sick and his pyjamas needed changing. At this time, he had IVs (a drip with a needle going into his arm) and I had to wait for the already busy specialist nurses to come and disconnect the IV from the pump and thread it through his tight pyjama sleeve or disconnect. He had to remove his top leaving him exposed and embarrassed. He also hated the Hospital Gowns as they posed the same problems as his own pyjamas. 

As a trained nurse and first hand experience of nursing people wearing Hospital Gowns & traditional nightwear, I realised that if there were child friendly & practical pyjamas designed specifically for hospital, not only would it enhance my sons comfort and privacy, it would involve me more in his care whilst letting the nurses get on with their work. My son is now thankfully well.
I returned to my idea and formed Well Cool Clothing (at the time both my sons used to use the term “that’s well cool” constantly). The PJs have been trialled & these are now the finished designs and with all new products there have been many alterations and design changes along the way.
After many requests & two years of research, we are delighted to offer our Ladies Nightwear Range.  Our Mens Nightwear  range and Daywear Clothing range will be launching later this year.

Our Logo 

As we started as a children's brand, we wanted something bright and fun to make children and parents smile. It was drawn free hand and our boys picked it from a choice of others. We have been advised on occasion to change our logo for a more corporate image, however for the time being, we have decided to keep it, as after all, it's central to our story.