At Last, a Wipeable Onesie for People Prone to Pizza-Sauce Spills
Here’s one for the “products you never knew you needed until someone invented it” file. A tomato-sauce-stain-resistant wipeable onesie — purportedly the world’s first — made especially for those who want to scarf down pizza in their PJs and emerge unscathed. (Well, at least as far as their clothes are concerned.)
Domino’s has announced that it will offer its limited-edition pizza-proof loungewear — targeted to the 73 percent of Brits who change into PJs the second they get home — at a number of its U.K. locations. (Don’t worry, United States pizza-and-pajamas fans. Your time may come.)
Both fashionable and functional, the zipper-front onesie combines a stain-resistant outer fabric, printed with pepperoni-pizza slices floating against a fetching blue background, and a velveteen interior that is pleasing to the touch.
Created by Charlotte Denn, who took 13 hours to perfect the PJ prototype, it also features extra-deep side pockets “to store dips and drinks, letting pizza lovers to ‘dip and sip’ with ease,” according to a press release.
Domino’s says it will donate the proceeds from the sale of the onesies, which come in a pizza box and retail for about 25 pounds ($30.81 U.S.), to several charities, including the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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