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These Suit-Style Onesies Are Perfect For Video Calls When Working From Home

These Suit-Style Onesies Are Perfect For Video Calls When Working From Home

With many people now working from home because of coronavirus government guidance, navigating how to do so comfortably whilst remaining professional has been testing.

Can I stay in bed to work? Should I set up a proper desk space or will the sofa do? But the biggest question of all has surely got to be 'should I dress or stay in my pyjamas all day long'?

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We've all been there. You've just decided PJs are the way forward and then your boss insists on a conference call - sigh.

But fear not! There is a way around it.

Introducing the suit onesie, aka the 'suitsie' by the All In One Company. That's right, this soft cosy onesie is designed to look like a proper suit.

It may be a little pricey, but for £150, you can design it yourself with various colours, prints and materials to choose from.

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Fancy wearing a leopard print suit to your virtual office? Or how about keeping it simple with black? You can decide.

There are even super soft fleece versions for an extra cosy working day. You are so welcome.

Introducing 'the suitsie' from Not On The High Street which is £150 (Credit: The All-In-One Company/Not On The High Street)
Introducing 'the suitsie' from Not On The High Street which is £150 (Credit: The All-In-One Company/Not On The High Street)

The best bit about it is you can look 100 per cent professional on your call, whilst feeling like you're kicking back at home. Imagine how smug you're going to feel.

The description reads: "Stylish and warm, tailored and tasteful, this suitsie is the suited and booted version of the onesie. Complete with a bow tie and pockets."

Shop it here for £150.

Not got £150 to splash? Don't sweat it. The other classic conference call trick is to keep your PJ or jogging bottoms on and quickly switch your top half for a smart shirt or chic jumper.

After all, your co-workers will only see your head and shoulders in the virtual meeting.

Popping a shirt on the top half is a handy hack for video conferences (Credit: Pexels)
Popping a shirt on the top half is a handy hack for video conferences (Credit: Pexels)

Just don't forget what you're wearing and get up half way through to make a cuppa or your plan will be foiled.

The shirt and old Christmas PJs combination probably isn't quite the smart and professional look you were hoping to project...

Featured Image Credit: Pexels

Topics: Work, Life, Coronavirus, Style

Lauren Bell

A freelance journalist at Tyla with an interest in health and fitness, travel and lifestyle topics, as well as highlighting issues for women. She graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2011 with a BA Honours Journalism degree and ever since has written for various platforms, including Mail Online, The Sun, that's life magazine and b-inspired magazine.

 

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