A toast to our friends at Gilt Groupe and Band of Outsiders for this amazing product offering: a women’s pajama shirt for men. As you can see, it’s a perfect pairing for chinos whenever you’re looking for that, “I just rolled out of bed, and I wear women’s loungewear in public” aesthetic. (You can tell it’s a women’s shirt, by the way, because the buttons are on the left side of the garment.)
The price, if you’re wondering, is $99. Before you say: “isn’t that kind of a lot for a women’s pajama shirt being sold to men without the pajama bottoms?” just remember that the “Original Price” was $200. So really, this is a bargain. In my mind, the only true question is: how did this not sell at retail?!
So: if you’re tired of going to Bergdorf’s or Wilkes Bashford for your women’s pajama shirts, or paying through the nose for custom women’s pajama shirts from Ascot Chang or Turnbull & Asser, here’s an affordable alternative.
Five stars!
(Thanks, Trey)

A toast to our friends at Gilt Groupe and Band of Outsiders for this amazing product offering: a women’s pajama shirt for men. As you can see, it’s a perfect pairing for chinos whenever you’re looking for that, “I just rolled out of bed, and I wear women’s loungewear in public” aesthetic. (You can tell it’s a women’s shirt, by the way, because the buttons are on the left side of the garment.)

The price, if you’re wondering, is $99. Before you say: “isn’t that kind of a lot for a women’s pajama shirt being sold to men without the pajama bottoms?” just remember that the “Original Price” was $200. So really, this is a bargain. In my mind, the only true question is: how did this not sell at retail?!

So: if you’re tired of going to Bergdorf’s or Wilkes Bashford for your women’s pajama shirts, or paying through the nose for custom women’s pajama shirts from Ascot Chang or Turnbull & Asser, here’s an affordable alternative.

Five stars!

(Thanks, Trey)

“The cost of creating those things has nothing to do with the price. It is all about who else is wearing them, who designed them and who is selling them.” — Brand consultant David Aaker on designer markups.  But what does it cost to make designer chinos?  The Times breaks it down.