Sass & Bide make another attempt to get you to wear your PJs in public

Checked pyjama bottoms by Sass & Bide

 

Comfortable, elastic waistband? Loud, plaid pattern? Yes, we’re dealing with a Pyjamas in Public situation, folks: can someone call in the special forces?

Designer PJs have always puzzled and appalled us. For one thing, you’re paying $365 for a pair of PJ bottoms, when you could get exactly the same look for a mere fraction of the price at Target. Or, you know, anywhere else that sells ACTUAL sleepwear. For another thing? You’re out in public in your pyjamas. Or, at least, you look like you are. Those stilettos are fooling no one, sister: wear these, and you may as well not bother getting dressed at all – just roll out of bed, slip on some shoes, and you’re out the door!

Would you be able to wear these in Tesco, though? We think you’d get thrown out, no matter how many times you yelled, “But they’re SASS & BIDE!” What do you think?

6 Comments

  • October 22, 2011

    Suz Dunn

    Hmmm…..whilst I`m all for the public PJ wearing (just to make myself feel less of an outsider/tool), I`d like them much more with a nice doggie pattern. And a much lighter price tag.

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  • October 22, 2011

    Sabrina M

    If they were cheaper I would just wear them as real PJ’s. 🙂

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  • October 23, 2011

    jasmiat

    They need to stop

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  • October 25, 2011

    Elisa

    Oh, no. nononono. And with platform pumps. if you are going to wear pajamas, at least be honest and wear slipper with them. And stay indoors.

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  • October 25, 2011

    Lauren

    What’s with the hems at the bottom of the pantlegs? Is this some kind of new reverse-mullet trend?

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  • April 18, 2012

    ARMS

    I HATE PAJAMA PANTS/VARIATIONS OF PAJAMA PANTS IN PUBLIC GAAAAH. have some class people, only 80s/90s punks were allowed to have plaid legs.

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