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post #16 of 22
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post


I don't... I sleep in my birthday suit. smile.gif Not worn the things since i was about 12.

I know my neighbour probably pays around 50 yuan(about £5 GBP) for them.TBH I don't think one can pay much more for pyjamas, not in this city. He seems to get a few months wear out of them, as nightwear, about the house during the day, and for occasional visits to the supermarket.

I just hope he doesn't see these..
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so..5 GBP and they last 3 months? i'll assume he has at least 3 pairs...so i estimate he gets around 30 days of use out of each pair. so..
30 wears/5pounds = .16 cents per wear
200 wears/130 pounds = 1.50 per wear

yah..not goin gto lie..the 5pound pyjamsa sound like a good deal! too bad i cannot find cotton 5pound decent quality pyjamas in london! those pictures are pure class!
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post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by lovelux2010 View Post


i dont really care to know if men in the forum sleep with pyjamas on, or not. however, pyjamas can also be worn in the evening when having a tea, reading a book, watching a film. i do not wish to wear daily wear when i am unwinding at home..but perhaps i am in the minority. if you have never worn a pair of pyjamas ior a gown in the evening, i suggest you try...
far more comfortable then roaming around in jeans

Pretty surreal conversation but I wear a gown in the evening if I've had a bath / shower but find the idea of changing into a set of pyjamas completely alien.

I suppose it would depend on cost. I'd be interested to know how much a decent shirtmaker would charge for a pair of pyjamas.
post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post

£130 quid GBP for jim-jams?! WTF!! .... unless.... one is wearing them for daywear perhaps...Shanghai style.

Off-topic, but it's not really Shanghai style. People used to do that in Taiwan decades ago, before the world learned that Taiwan = Formosa. Don't know if Chinese in Hong Kong did the same thing. Mainlanders are just following their footsteps. Ignorance can be cyclical, just like fashion. biggrin.gif
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post


Pretty surreal conversation but I wear a gown in the evening if I've had a bath / shower but find the idea of changing into a set of pyjamas completely alien.

I suppose it would depend on cost. I'd be interested to know how much a decent shirtmaker would charge for a pair of pyjamas.

i agree this is getting into surrealism territory. the first thing i do when i go home is throw on a pair of pyjamas..perhaps that is strange but i've been doign that since i was a kid! its just so much more comfotable.

i can find out how much o'flynn charges. seems Will from a suitable wardrobe gets some from mytailor...i'm sure sending measurements would be find for pyjamas..i would not do this for a shirt or a suit but for pjs i just want them baggy anyways..
post #21 of 22

Has anyone owned a pair of pajamas from Bonsoir of London? If so, how do they compare to Derek Rose? 

post #22 of 22
They're probably better than Louis Vuitton of Shanghai.

Holy necrobump!
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