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Was in two department stores yesterday. Area devoted to sleepwear significantly reduced om one and the other department store had almost eliminated theirs.
I would be great if this means that more men are sleeping nude now that the weather is getting warmer. Some certainly are, but I suspect that the more common move is from sleepwear to underwear!

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Went to a department store that I hadn't been to in a long time today. There was a large area in the women's department labeled sleepwear. On the men's side, there was a very small section labeled loungewear. I guess they know what men wear it for. Most of the area was occupied with flannel pants at 80% off. I guess they didn't sell well even for lounging. I saw a few shorts but no shirts. Seems to me that men who shop here must wear nothing or underwear for sleeping and a few of them may add pants or shorts for lounging

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Most of the area was occupied with flannel pants at 80% off. I guess they didn't sell well even for lounging. I saw a few shorts but no shirts.

Maybe it was the shirts that had already sold out and it was the pants and shorts that were not selling so well. That's why no shirts, but plenty od pants and some shorts.

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Most of the area was occupied with flannel pants at 80% off. I guess they didn't sell well even for lounging. I saw a few shorts but no shirts.Maybe it was the shirts that had already sold out and it was the pants and shorts that were not selling so well. That's why no shirts, but plenty od pants and some shorts.

In my opinion, that is possible but unlikely.

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Happened to be in a mall recently that had two department stores Macy's and Target. Macy's had a sizable selection of men's summer sleepwear and Target had none.
Was my mother correct that men from "proper" families were pajamas?

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