The Suitsy: A Business-Suit Onesie #thisjusthappened
Betabrand designer Jesse Herzog unveils the greatest workplace creation since the water cooler.
Farewell 3-piece suit, the Internet's invented a business onesie.
Last Thursday, Jesse Herzog unveiled the Suitsy on Betabrand.com, the online clothing company that lets the Web decide the future of fashion.
Ever since, the site's raged with debate -- Is the Suitsy the end of Western Civilization or it's savior?!
According to Herzog, "Imagine looking professional, but feeling like you're in pajamas."
The Suitsy is a jacket connected to a shirt connected to pants. A zipper is hidden behind the shirt-button placard (with false buttons) and pants zipper. Fake shirt-cuff material extends from the end of the jacket sleeves to give the impression of a complete dress shirts worn underneath. It's as if a jumpsuit and business suit had a love child.
Mr. Herzog is a real estate developer by trade, but is able to dabble as a fashion designer in Betabrand's Think Tank.