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The Christmas rush is over and a sort of calm returns to funzee land (just South of la-la land), so time to wish you all a Happy New Year and thank you for your support in 2016. As predicted, social media was packed with images of celebrities (or slebs) enjoying a pyjama or onesie Christmas and wishing us all a Happy New Year.
From the US The News & Observer offered us their selection of Christmas pics. M Magazine noticed the cast of Stuck in the Middle, charming Disney channel show set in fictional town of Marshport Mass. showing off their animal onesies. From the world of sport USA Today noticed golfer Jason Day and his family celebrating the festive season in Christmas onesies. Jason has probably enjoyed 2016 remaining the world’s number 1 golfer and, according to Wiki, as of July 2016, he had earned over $33 million in prize money on the PGA Tour. Not bad for knocking a ball over the grass. Golf was once described as a good walk spoiled, but not for Jason.
From the world of entertainment we learned that Googlebox star Rev Kate Bottley wears her pyjamas under her Midnight Mass robes, whilst Instagram showed us best friends Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King enjoy a festive meal together wearing one of their favourite things- red and white striped onesies. Gordon Ramsay and family took their matching Christmas PJs with them to the Maldives. And culinary news of a different type came from Dominos’s pizza. If you were looking for the perfect garment to enjoy a happy, slobby New Year how about the first wipeable onesie made of “stain proof fabric with soft velveteen for comfort and resilience” ..whatever that is. Pizza onesies – a taste of things to come? If that innovation is too down market or simple for you, we also saw that Emirates is giving away new moisturising pyjamas to its first class passengers travelling overnight. These PJs come in exciting grey and help keep your skin soft and hydrated when flying with a patented “Hydra Active Microcapsule Technology” which sees “billions of capsules applied to the fabric, which gently releases naturally-moisturising sea kelp during movement”.