For those who enjoy the comfort of the onesie but require more business-like attire for the workday, the firm that pioneered the fashion craze might just have the answer.
The All-in-One Company, based in Ashington, Northumberland, has created what it believes is a “revolutionary” clothing range for the growing number of stay-at-home workers.
Like the onesie, the suitsie is based on a cosy all-one-one design, the difference being that the new concept centres around suits and even tuxedos, featuring a detachable bow tie.
Through the All-in-One Company’s website, customers can tailor their purchases to their liking, choosing their own sizes and selecting from more 150 different fabrics for the jacket and trousers.
Among the options are giraffe, leopard and zebra patterns.
Ears and tails can also be added should the home worker feel the need for them.
All-in-One Company founder Kate Dawson said: “I started the company in 2008, sat at my kitchen table, so I know what it’s like to work from home.
“Our Suitsies mean you can be dressed for business and looking smart, but at the same time feeling nice and warm.
“I can’t think of a better recipe for hard work.”
Established six years ago, The All-in-One Company, has sold more than 50,000 onesies to date.
With its latest product, it is hoping to cater for the 4m plus UK employees who work at home offices, studios and workshops.
The launch of the Suitsie range coincides with the company’s sixth birthday and the announcement of a major partnership with Weetabix, the maker of Ready brek.
Until December 21, The All-in-One Company will feature on a promotion on more than a million boxes, offering a chance to win one of ten onesies every day.