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Alaskans’ weird relationship with PJs

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Fuchsia cashmere cardigan with light blue boyfriend leather pants, brown Gucci belt, brown booties and printed LV silk scarf (all own)
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Shearling motorcycle jacket with cashmere printed scarf, winter white beret, light blue gloves and leather boyfriend pants, brown booties and Jaeger tote (all own)

Many Alaskans have a weird relationship with their PJs. You often see people walking their dogs in PJs at sub-zero temperatures in bunny boots and a down coat. At sub-zero temperatures, people get outside in their PJs to pick up the newspaper from the box at the end of their driveway. They even drive their kids to school wearing their PJs underneath thermal pants and a down parka.

Recently, the obsession with fleece PJ pants has taken over even into public live. A month ago, I saw a guy at a dance place sitting at the bar in PJs. One of our friends commented that the guy is having his good night drink and the cab driver has less hassle to dump the drunken guy into his bed in his cabin. Last week I saw some students wearing blue PJs with polar bears and snowflakes print. Well, the university’s mascot is the nanook, which is the native word for the polar bear. Thus, I took it as a juvenile joke. Yesterday I was at Fred Meyer’s West. There I saw six (!) people wearing fleece PJ pants. At the checkout, a dad and his son were both wearing camouflage fleece PJ pants. The daughter wore these pink and white Barbie print fleece PJ pants. The other three were a man in his 60s, a man in his 30s, and a woman in her 40s. The older man and the woman pushed their charts in gray and plaid fleece PJs, respectively. The younger man loaded his shopping bags into the back of his truck wearing black fleece PJs with yellow and red emoticon print.

I have to admit I love my fleece PJs from the men’s department in winter. But wearing them to the grocery store or on campus? No way! Do you wear your PJs outside the house? PJs outside the house are not a Style to Inspire me. Now what is the Style to Inspire me?

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Zoom-in on the shearling motorcycle jacket with printed cashmere scarf, winter white beret, light blue gloves and Jaeger tote. The various shades of white and the light blue of the scarf, pants, and gloves tie the outerwear outfit together. All pieces are my own

I am very excited to cohost Style to Inspire with stylish Rhea who is the blogger behind Rhea et cetera. She is a 30-year young marketing professional who blogs out of Los Angeles about life, style and pretty finds. Check her blog out.

Now let’s party and thanks for accepting our invitation. Your friends are welcome too. Thus, let them know :). We all love big fashion and style parties, and being inspired by great OOTD.

NOW FOR OUR WEEKLY LINK UP:

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Welcome this week’s cohost, Nicole of High Latitude Style!

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Style to Inspire — a weekly link up creating an online fashion community to inspire and be inspired by our fellow fashionistas! Share your style with us!

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4) Have fun — check out other blogs, comment, and be fashion-inspired!

Cohosting opportunities are available — if you are interested, please email Rhea at rheaderblogger@gmail.com — cohosting is a great way to promote your blog!

You can fond other Alaska stories on a rehearsal for an Alaska fashion show, why skinnies are an Alaska classic, and Alaska outdoor wedding shoes at Focus of Alaska.

Photos: G. Kramm (2014)

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