I had no idea that it had become acceptable to wear pajama pants out of doors. Designers such as Celine, Louis Vuitton and Suno, have been contributing to the rise of the pajama pant as well as the wearing of the pajama set (top and bottom). Fashion magazine editors have been hailing the pajama set paired with lounge-slipper-inspired shoes as sidewalk worthy. When this was revealed to me, my facial expression adjusted to a scowl reflective of my view on this budding trend. Excuse me if I opt not to present myself to the public looking like a certain mogul who makes his living by publishing questionable magazine photographs of women with bunny ears. Alternatively, slim fitting sweatpants will do - of course spruced up with pearls, button-up and perhaps a blazer and/or sweater for venturing outside but never with “juicy” or any other brand name splattered across the behind.