Up your working from home game with these Zoom call-friendly PJs
Behold – PJs which let you dress for the job you want and the bed you have at the same time.
The folks at Whatever Inc in Japan have designed Work From Home Jammies which allow you to look professional from the chest up, so the next time you Zoom call your colleagues you won’t have to choose between being cosy and looking the part.
These outfits are roughly 25% collared shirt and 75% jimjams, and are designed to help you achieve a professional look on-screen, while also maximising your comfort levels.
All you have to do is stay sat down and keep your forearms off-screen to get the full effect.
While the top halves of the shirts are reserved for business, the bottoms are all cosy pleasure.
You can even wear a tie with these fancy jammies if you really want to dress to impress.
The PJs come in three different designs – white and grey, pink and black and blue stripes and dark grey.
The jammies are unisex, and they’re currently only available in meduim and large sizes.
Whatever Inc has started a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign and it’s already surpassed its initial goal of £1,511, having raised £3,635 at the time of writing.
The page reads: ‘As the COVID-19 rages around the world, many companies are encouraging people to work remotely from home, and video conferencing using such tools as Zoom, Skype, and others has become commonplace. Remote work allows you to work in the comfort of your own home and jammies. However, it’s a little troublesome to have to change clothes only when you go on a video conference…
‘For everyone that shares this same concern, we’ve created a remote workers’ jammies, that looks formal on video, but loose & comfy outside the frame.’ [sic]
If you’re interested in getting your hands on these PJs, you can get a top if you pledge ¥9,000 (approx £68) and a full set if you pledge ¥12,000 (approx £97).
If you pledge ¥23,000 (approx £174), your reward will be a set of custom Work From Home Jammies made out of a shirt you already have.
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