The days of pants, mom jeans and jeggings are over. That’s right, thanks to the think-tanks at Pajama Jeans, you no longer have to worry about squeezing into “regular” pants or fussing with the ankles of your Cheap Mondays – the worlds of pajamas and jeans have finally collided, and the please of women who’ve previously rotated between Yoga pants and oversize flannel bottoms have finally been answered.
No, it’s not an SNL skit. Pajama Jeans are the real deal, offering “mock jean” qualities (like jeggings with painted-on zippers and pockets) with the stretchiness of well, dorm wear, thus fitting the bill for the type of fashion we hoped (and didn’t think) could possibly exist.
Claiming to be “stylish”, “sexy”, “soft” and/or “comfortable”, Pajama Jeans come in eight available sizes and boast the classic bootleg cut, and as depicted in their infomercial, you can wear them out with friends, while riding a bicycle, on a plane or on a train (and perhaps even with Sam-I-Am).
Offering $10 off (once you try to leave the site), the denim Snuggie equivalent runs for $39.95 and comes with a free grey crew-neck t-shirt to complete the casual “dress down Friday” look. But the real question of the hour remains: how long before we all start buying them and defending them as boldly as we did jeggings?