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Japan’s new Pajama Suit is the perfect all-day, all-situations outfit for our current lifestyle
Mr. Sato models three different ways to wear these crossover clothes. With more people working from home than every before these days, the line between workwear and roomwear is blurrier than ever. However, while telecommuting means you can spend most of your workday wearing whatever you want, those pesky video conferences often call for at […]
▼ We don’t recommend trying this with a regular suit.The Pajama Suit is also comfortable enough to stretch out and sleep in.
▼ Mr. Sato, in the process of literally getting paid to sleep on the job.Next, let’s take a look at the full-formal results. When paired with a dress shirt and necktie… …it does the job of looking professional! Granted, the jacket’s collarless design makes it a little on the casual side for a suit, but this would look just fine when you’re on camera with your boss or a client and a T-shirt won’t cut it. Speaking of casualness, the Pajama Suit is versatile enough to function as non-work outside-the-house clothing too, as evidenced by Mr. Sato’s “young guy out and about in Tokyo” ensemble here.
▼ Totally acceptable for a take-out lunch run.And should you have the confidence our reporter does, it doesn’t look half-bad when worn shirtless either. The Pajama Suit jacket and pants are priced at 5,489 yen (US$53) each on Aoki’s online shop here, and slightly lower in physical store locations. Admittedly that’s on the high end for pajamas, but it’s a reasonable price for a suit, and since you can work, relax, and even sleep in it, it really is an outfit you can wear all day long. Photos © SoraNews24 ● Want to hear about SoraNews24’s latest articles as soon as they’re published? Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
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