Onesie and office attire?
You must be talking about those work-from-home days where the office dress code is strictly: pjs.
If Jesse Herzog, a financier from San Francisco, can get his Betabrand voting capital in time, we are in fact talking about a socially acceptable onesie suit: the Suitsy.
It’s comprised of a white shirt, blazer and pants – complete with shirt sleeves peeping out from the jacket cuffs. It’s all brought together by a hidden zip positioned behind the shirt’s button placard. These small details deliver a onesie and suit ‘lovechild’ almost undetectable and of remarkable quality.