Hey, wait a minute. Didn’t these things go out of style in the 70’s? The truth is, pajamas with feet have made a resurgence in a major way. In fact, this is every bit as true for adult varieties as it is for kiddie pj’s. In this article, we will address this comeback, and just briefly go over a few of the style and fabric options that are available today. We’ll also cover everyone’s favorite subject… price!
So what’s with this renewed love affair with this particular type of sleepwear? Well, that’s obviously up for discussion, but I perceive that one of the primary reasons why so many men and women are once again opening up their wallets and pulling out their credit cards for these things is that today’s pajamas with feet are far cooler than they’ve ever been.
There are so many luxurious fabrics, styles, prints, and rich color combinations on the market today that you can literally get overwhelmed with choices. And since printing technology is far superior in the modern era, the designs can be far more complex, interesting, and eye-catching than ever before. Of course, this is just one of many reasons why people are flocking to department stores and online retailers like crazy people. bamboo men’s pajamas
So what are some other reasons?
Well, the sheer novelty factor could certainly be playing a role here. I mean, while these things are unquestionably catching on with a vengeance, the fact of the matter is that not everyone and their dogs own a set of pajamas with feet. They’re still just not all that common, which will give you just a little bit of uniqueness I suppose. They’re just kind of fun to wear, I don’t know how else to put it!
Finally, for us adults, we’re looking at a bit of a nostalgia factor, as well. Face it, for most of us, pajamas with feet are a real blast from the past. Now we can do rock n’ roll power slides across the kitchen floor all over again (or not) and it’s really just an all in all comfortable thing to wear.
Whatever the reason may be; nostalgia, novelty, hipness, or just overall comfort, these pj’s have come back in a big way. I’ve seen them available in wool, cotton, fleece, flannel, and silk, among other fabrics. I would make the ever-so-obvious suggestion of wearing the lighter materials during the warmer seasons and vice-versa.
Since there are so many different styles, prints, and quality variations, there really is no set average price for pajamas with feet, though for a really nice set you may be looking at anywhere from 35 to 65 dollars… maybe more. Maybe less. I know, that’s a little vague, but all I can really suggest is that you do your own shopping to find a price point that you’re comfortable with. I hope this has helped.