Old Navy is reminding families that Santa doesn't have to be white—and we are so here for it
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You probably still have leftover Halloween candy at home but some stores are already rolling out their holiday merchandise. And you know what? It's been a year. If putting up lights and pulling out decorations brings you joy, we're all for it.

Just like we're all in on Old Navy's new line of diverse holiday pajamas for the whole family.

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The retail giant recently unveiled their updated Jingle Jammies and this year, they feature Santa Claus in a range of skin tones. Families can choose the Santa that best reflects their culture and style—and we couldn't love this more.

Old Navy's Color Proud Council, an employee group dedicated to creating inclusivity at the company, inspired the important update. The Color Proud Council also came up with the names for the pajama colors, which are available in "Santa Cocoa," "Santa Walnut," and "Santa Beige."

These footed pajamas come in all three shades and are adorable.

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There are pajama options for every member of your family, including babies, toddlers, kids, and adults.

If you're not into matching pajamas, you can still get in the holiday spirit with these toasty Santa socks.

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We've said it before at Motherly—representation matters. This matters. It's important for retailers to offer clothing that's inclusive of all races, shapes and genders. We hope other companies follow Old Navy's lead.

Jamie Orsini is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, military spouse, and a mom to two busy toddlers. In her spare time, Jamie volunteers with the Solar System Ambassador program with NASA/JPL and reads anything she can get her hands on. She’s currently working on her first novel.

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