With more countries on lock-down since the pandemic started, more and more people have been working and video calling from home.
Japanese company, Whatever Inc, has come up with a nifty product that would maximize the comfort of pajamas while saving people time looking presentable in front of the computer during a Zoom meeting.
The product, dubbed “WFH Jammies” (short for “Work From Home Jammies”), are basically pajamas combined with a formal shirt on the upper half of the sweatshirt.
On camera, it makes it look as though the person on the other end is dressed up in office-wear.
Whatever Inc. has also recently launched a kickstarter campaign to validate the idea, promising to ship the product by June 2020.
The campaign raised a total of $7,754, four times more than their original fundraising goal of $1,862.
The Jammies will be available in 3 color variations, including a white business shirt with gray bottoms; a pink shirt with black bottoms; and a blue striped shirt with dark gray bottoms.
They will be priced at $85 for just the top, and $113 for the whole set, including shipping.