Pyjama Skirt?

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Pyjama Skirt?

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Or as the full title is (take a breath first, please), "2019 New Fashion Men's Sexy Bath Skirt Casual Lounge Home Underwear Nightdress Cotton Breathable Sleepwear Bathing Wear Skirt Male Pyjama Bottoms" If the link before doesn't work for you, basically a skirt made of the material of, and with a pattern of, men's lounge pants/PJ pants...yup, in plaids/checkered patterns. And with a waistband. And a pocket.And the slits may be a bit on the high side.

Go to https://www.wish.com/product/5d04c1ffca ... &share=web

What do you all think?
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The site demanded a login and blocked access to the underlying page. There's a good way to drive business!

It looks like an interesting option, but if I was going to go for an open-bottom night-garment I'd opt for a nightshirt or nightgown, not something with a waistband.
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I don't like opening a page and then have it covered and blocked. My nightie is me, just me. I have two sets of jammies to wear if I were sick and someone was at our house. That may have happened twice in 20 years. I have two robes, one light weight one in the closet and another one at the entry closet in case I am not "properly dressed" to answer the front door.
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Look at the page source and you find this image:
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Looks like a good introductory skirt for those who need to be reassured of their masculinity.
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Kind a reminds me of a gift I received years ago a kilted wrap BATH skirt aka tartan towel.
You are taking a shower and interrupted by someone at the door - wrap the tartan towel
about the waist and tend to business.

Pyjamas - I sleep in much less - I am covered in covers !
"Kilt-On" -or- as the case may be "Skirt-On" !
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Isn't wearing a kilt enough?
Well a skirt will do in a pinch!
Make mine short and don't you dare think of pinching there !
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I won't log into a website just for an intitial look ....prefer to just exit and go somewhere else.
I prefer a night shirt to sleep in; just hangs from the shoulders when vertical and no constriction when horizontal.

In marketing to someone who would only wear such a thing at home and predominantly in the dark, I am surprised they used the "S" word .......... how could they sleep at night knowing that.
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The problem with nightshirts is that they are to short and they have splits. I wear ankle length nightdresses for comfort - would not dream of wearing a shortie or a baby doll.
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Yeah, it's Wish. I got the same screen and like you I close the screen down. Pinterest gest the same. It's ok I suppose bit I wouldn't go buying one. I could make one from a towel or something much more cheaply. My wife joined Wish. I don't know why.
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Suggestion: Try sleeping in scrubs. They are low priced and very comfortable. They also have skirts.
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I managed to get into the site without registering or whatever it wanted, just a bunch of clicks and it gave up trying to force me to register, don't like the high slits, apart from that I like the thing. By the way, I recently bought some nightshirts, well below the knee and high enough to keep out from under my feet, long sleeved, round button collar, I am quite happy with them, the hem is not straight but is not far off, no long slits or high bits at the sides. The purchase was recently enough so I should be able to find details if anyone wants them.
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Thanks for the tip. I have worn Scrub Skirts for bed but this looks a lot softer and comfortable. I also like the tartan look.
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That pyjama skirt is somewhat intriguing to me. I will give it a shot but with some modifications as soon as I find time. I'm busy with the extension of a closet to house my growing amount of skirts. ;)
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I ordered one of those a while ago, and when I got it, the size was definitely way off. They appear to use Asian size charts, and I'm on the larger side (I usually wear 38 in jeans). I wound up giving it to a slimmer friend of mine.
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Happy-N-Skirts wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 8:39 pm
Suggestion: Try sleeping in scrubs. They are low priced and very comfortable. They also have skirts.
That's a good idea, well particularly the scrub skirt. But I see where you are going with scrubs in general, light Weight and comfortable, and usually roomy looking.

I own a Wonderwink scrub skirt and love it.
I typically sleep in a men's night shirt or "long" tee shirt. Both purchased on eBay of course.
My whole life I have never cared for pyjamas.
Night shirts may have been my first introduction to a inseam free garment.

Back before I got married, I used to sleep in a skirt or dress.
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I have one of these, my wife got it for me. As already mentioned, it runs way small. I'm pretty sure she bought it off of Wish. You can get these off of eBay as well.

As for quality, I ripped the slit even higher on the first wear. I had sat down on the floor, and the back got caught under my foot as I stood up.

Still, I've thought about getting another one, next size up.
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