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Wednesday
Oct242012

El-No: PSA- Pajamas Are For Sleeping

I racking my fashion historian brain. When did it become acceptable to wear pajamas out in public?  I'm not being facetious. I'm actually curious how this happened. 

After careful consideration, I'm blaming the 2000s. Our casual lifestyles got a little too casual. 

All things must come to an end. Pajamas in public, you have run your course. In addition to looking very sloppy, I see these flannel night clothes as a walking germ factory. Hello city bus seat! Why don't I rub you all over my bed sheets? Someone call the CDC. Maybe they can talk some sense in to people? 

Girlfriend, get some slacks. Is saving the minute it takes to put on new pants really worth getting MRSA? 

Didn't think so. 

 

 

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