I'm a serious pajama aficionado -- insert blogger-in-pajamas joke here -- but I tend to be a bit of a traditionalist (see what I mean?). Nevertheless, my heart skipped a beat when I saw "Suitjamas" -- silk pajamas that look like a business suit. Unfortunately, all the models are posed wearing buttoned shirts and ties, which are not exactly, sleepwear, so it's hard to tell what these things would look like in practice.
Likewise unfortunate are the stupid sexist jokes on the "About" page. Nevertheless, I remain intrigued at the prospect of wearing pajamas tailored to look like a smart suit.
NEW Black & Silver Suitjamas
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Daniel “Tinkercast” Struzyna, a designer in Dusseldorf, sells these tights with handmade silicone scales: $72.09 a pair, comes in aqua or coral. (via Seanan McGuire)
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