Earlier this year we saw articles claiming to show what you choice of pyjamas says about you. A leading etiquette expert, William Hanson, was asked to explain. William is widely regarded as “the UK’s freshest and most trusted authority on etiquette and protocol”, at least according to his website. William has traditional views, “Medical emergencies aside, no one should ever see your choice of pyjamas, except for with whomever you share your bed”. Maybe he is too conservative for us, he is not a fan of onesies, “If you still desire to wear a onesie to bed (or indeed around the house) then a key part of the weaning process has failed and you need reset to factory settings.” Although he is a fan of pyjamas he thinks, “The colour should be something calming and gentle, rather than loud and garish.” So again it looks like our festival onesie won’t be his choice of pyjamas. He is a big fan of dressing gowns though so maybe we could send him our sophisticated Wizard gown for when he week-ends at the country estate. And he is also a lover of hot water bottles, “They will always be found in the grandest (and coldest) of country piles.” And he reminds us that one wag once observed, ‘continental people have sex lives: the English have hot water bottles’. In a similar vein is this article, “Five Types Of Pyjamas Stylish Men Should Never Wear To Bed”. They are also not fans of the onesie but do admit a onesie “helps to portray affability and playfulness”. If you are getting worried about what your choice of pyjamas or onesie says about you, fear not. Choosing a onesie means that you like being enveloped in warmth and comfort. You like fun, practical sleepwear rather than just the latest fashion. And you would rather pay £25 for something you can wear every day rather than £150 for something that might just stay in your wardrobe.