I’ve finally had enough of sleeping in my old yoga pants, which I got when I tried to make yoga my “thing” (surprise, it’s not my thing). That’s why I’m upgrading my sleeping situation of late with a pair of lovely cotton jammies from the fine folks at BedHead. Not only are these pajamas beautifully made, they’re pretty enough that you’ll want to wear them out of the house. But don’t! That would be weird. [$136, BedHead PJs]
I’m sorry, trendy girls, for what I am about to say. But your pajamas-as-daywear thing? It’s a stupid look. A very, very comfortable look, to be sure. (I am a professional blogger and I know of what I speak!) But me and everyone else who sees you wearing pajama bottoms and a top out to dinner at Chez Frommage thinks, Why didn’t she get dressed? Keep reading »
Behold the Tee PJ, an extra-long T-shirt-style pajama outfit for men and women. Now, we don’t actually find the lady version to be all that offensive … it’s more the guy’s Tee PJ that really puts us off. A full-length nightgown doesn’t exactly stir the fire in our loins, if you know what we’re talking about. Is it just us, or are these pajama designs kind of weird? [Wittmann Textiles] Keep reading »
You can learn a lot from this video. For example, even though I’m the Style Editor here at The Frisky, I was not aware that “footed PHs for women are all the rage” right now. Really!? Good to know, good to know. In combining slippers, a hoodie and a blanket, the new Hoodie-Footie Snuggle Suit rips a page right out of the ever-popular Snuggie handbook by insisting that blankets are hazardous, inconvenient and completely restrict your movement, which as we all know by now, is so sadly true. But this time, there are also economic reasons why you simply must slip into one, as they insist that these puppies will totally cut down your heating bills! With the Hoodie-Footie priced at a whopping $49.95, you’ll probably need all that extra cash anyway. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Listen up, mothers! Change out of those pajama bottoms and put some damn lipstick on, because you look like a slob!
That’s the pissy message one school in England is sending to mothers who pick up and drop off their kids in the clothes they’ve slept in. School head Joe McGuinness said he was compelled to write a letter home to parents after allegedly witnessing 50 mothers at drop-off wearing PJ bottoms and slippers. His note complained about the “slovenly and rude” attire, called the PJ-clad parents “disrespectful to the school,” and claimed the too-casual dress set a “bad example” for kids. Keep reading »