Want to look professional while working from home? Try 'pyjamas suit'-ing up


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  • Style
  • Tuesday, 15 Dec 2020

A Japan-based company has presented its first "pyjamas suit", a hybrid creation between suit and pyjama for men seeking comfort and elegance. Photo: AFP

Has the Covid-19 pandemic definitively put an end to the suit and tie?

Since the first lockdowns, suit sales have plummeted worldwide, and brands are now working on more casual outfits. Japan-based Aoki Holdings has even presented its first "pyjamas suit", a hybrid creation between suit and pyjama for men seeking comfort and elegance.

The global health crisis has only reinforced and accelerated a trend that was already in the spirit of the times. While suits have always been de rigueur, in recent years many men have taken the liberty of jettisoning their ties when temperatures soared.

But lockdowns seem to have finished this outfit, worn all around the world. After all, why wear a suit when you're in the home office?

You might as well go casual... unless you have to deal with video conferencing all day long. Although, even that can circumvented with just dressing up the portion of your body that appears on screen.

Read more: Business up top, party on bottom? Dressing for video calls isn't straightforward

So pyjamas or suits?

The Aoki Holdings company has resolved the issue, coming up with the ideal solution to the current evolution of men's work attire needs: the "pyjamas suit".

In short, the basis of the clothing of the future. Clothes that will allow these gentlemen to no longer have to choose between home clothes and work clothes, which will offer them the possibility to be comfortable in any circumstance.

Combining comfort and elegance

Make no mistake, while homewear may be the big winner when it comes to fashion inspired by year 2020, it is not a fleeting trend directly related to lockdowns.

This need for protection, comfort and even cocooning should continue next year... with one exception.

On both sides, brands and consumers alike, the trend is expected to evolve, with comfort and elegance now coming together. The aim is to look distinguished, but only if you feel good in these clothes.

Read more: Has working from home made the traditional men's suit obsolete?

The "pyjamas suit" could very well be the perfect answer to these societal changes.

Aoki's designs are distinguished by the materials used. While they may in some ways resemble a traditional suit in terms of design, they are made from a comfortable, stretchy fabric, which allows wearers to feel as comfortable as they would in pajamas.

The objective is to look neat, in video conferencing as well as for a few minutes outdoors, while being able to move freely. – AFP Relaxnews

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