IHOP PancakeWear Lets You Show Your Pancake-Lover Pride
They say it's the perfect attire for 'general pancake revelry.'
Now you can wear your love for pancakes on your sleeve — and your pajama-pant leg.
IHOP, that American breakfast chain erstwhile more lengthily known as the International House of Pancakes, has introduced a limited-edition collection of nighttime and lazy-day loungewear printed with butter-patted pancakes, sunny-side-up eggs, bacon strips and cups of coffee.
The “PancakeWear by IHOP Collection,” which features one-piece PJs ($29), lounge pants ($29) and socks ($15), is not only comfy, but also dedicated to a good cause. IHOP has partnered with the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, a non-profit organization that provides funds for children’s medical services, research, equipment and care, as part of its “60 Days of Giving” campaign, which runs through the end of March. A portion of the proceeds from all PancakeWear sales will be donated to help the 10 million kids treated annually at organization’s 170 affiliated hospitals across the U.S. and Canada.
"Breakfast and laid-back loungewear just go together at IHOP so we thought it would be fun to design a limited-edition merchandise collection that reflects the spirit of the brand and what we see in our restaurants all the time – people in pajamas enjoying pancakes," Stephanie Peterson, IHOP’s executive director of communications, said in a press release.
Currently available on eBay for Charity, the collection, which includes both adult and children’s sizes, is “the perfect accessory for eating pancakes, dreaming about pancakes, talking about pancakes and general pancake revelry – and helps children in need at the same time,” the sales copy boasts, adding, “Go ahead, rock them at home or at an IHOP restaurant, we won’t judge!”
Bring on the PancakeWear-clad general pancake revelry.
Photo courtesy of PancakeWear