I must once again apologise for being a steaming turd of a man and being yet another week late with a review. However I have recently been fed a ginormous s**t sandwich, with the main filling being a healthy dose of betrayal at the hands of none other than wretched estate agents. I may not have a home so forgive me if I stain this webpage in tears.
Nevertheless I think that’s enough whining from me, and so it is time to move onto something more light-hearted and bit out of the ordinary. Here at Picklepants, we have tackled the addictive world of video games, the intoxicating wonders of the written word, and the delightful land of TV and film. But today Picklepants is jumping into the new territory of night attire!
Have you ever looked at your evening loungewear and thought that it needed more swish and razzmatazz? Perhaps you spent the evening wooing a lovely woman whose path you crossed by way an affectionate gaze across the bar, (who for some reason is usually always called Sarah.) Perhaps you’ve sealed the deal and convinced said love interest to take a tour of you bachelor abode. The smooth jazz in on, and you’ve half finished the bottle of Château Neuf Du Pape. You deduce that now is the time to “slip into something more comfortable” when OH NO! Horror of horrors you remember that your normal PJs are not up to scratch. They wont impress, they wont stand up to the ambiance of the evening. As you stare helplessly at your Mr Men Pyjama bottoms you wish that somewhere, there was a pyjama of class, sophistication and razzmatazz for under £1000. You yearn for no such gap in the market. Well people of Earth, I am glad to say that gap has been filled, with the release of the gentlemen’s Suitjama.
For those not in the know, suitjamas are (put simply) a suit that you can wear to bed. They’re smart, swish and breathable and even come with a tie. I have recently become the proud owner of a pair of such pyjamas and I have to say, you’ll be hard pressed to find more comfort elsewhere in this price range.
You can order a pair of suitjamas from the website legendarysuitjamas.com for $99.95 (£58.86) but BEWARE shoppers from the UK. When I ordered mine Mr Cameron decided that he wanted to get his grubby mitts on some of the cash in my wallet, and so sneakily put an import tax on them of £20.00. I was not a happy hippo to say the least. Regardless, I paid my import tax and hastily went home to try the bad boy PJs on. It comes in a complete package containing a pair of trousers and jacket made of silk Saturn and cotton, with the lining being polyester. Included was also a silk shirt and tie, so you get a pretty complete package.
Upon putting the clothes on you immediately notice how light and breathable they are. There is plenty of room for manoeuvre and (provided you pick the right size) there is no danger of you cheese wiring your manhood in the night. I was amazed by how smooth and comfortable they were, you could easily just bomb about the house in them on lazy Sundays all day in comfort.
Throughout my evenings in them I have only come across two slight issues. The first is that although the suitjamas are breathable, in extremely hot and humid conditions you might need to take the jacket off to ensure you don’t get too hot when sleeping. The other is that although there are two buttons on the jacket you can only do one of them up.
The site itself offers the discerning gent a range of colours. I myself went for the black pinstripe and haven’t looked back!
The answer to an evenings night attired wooing is here! I’m expecting the likes of Eva Green, Natalie Portman and Sophia Vergara here any moment now!
Light, amazingly comfortable, and act as that much needed swish to your PJ collection. Just be cautious on those amazingly hot evenings.