Japanese Company Designs Work From Home Pajamas Adapted For Formal Video Conference Calls

With many people working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown, stories are hitting social media that involve people who dressed inappropriately for conference calls and were found out. Even the media is making mistakes. Take the case of the Good Morning America reporter, who thought he had it covered when he wore a shirt and jacket for an on-air broadcast, only to have the camera pan out a little too far, showing that he had no pants on.

A Japanese company is making sure that doesn’t happen again by designing Work From Home Jammies. They’re a combination of pajamas and a formal shirt. The shirt part is minimized to about half the pullover — just enough to make it look like you’re wearing a proper shirt on camera. The rest of the outfit is simply comfort clothes. The shirts come in three colors and sell for $112.