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Funzee debuts full range of pajama suits in US market
Nov '13
Funzee, the online retailer of one piece pajama suits, robes and other fun loungewear, will be offering even more choice in the USA this Christmas.

Funzee has been designing and manufacturing its own brand of fun garments since 2008 but it has only recently started trying to attract USA customers. The funzee products are only available online and until now the full range has not been available in the USA.

A funzee spokesman explains, "We have tested certain products from our European range to see if they would be of interest to US consumers. We have been so encouraged by the response that our full range will be introduced here shortly."

The range is focused on one piece pajama suits with optional non slip socks. Funzee will be making available seven different styles of socks which complement their funzee sleep suits. New to the US range is Bumble funzee, a Black and Gold striped fleece suit, and Spring funzee in green cotton fabric with a cute fluffy sheep print. Both of these are hooded but not footed and come with handy pockets.

These type of garments are surprisingly versatile and practical. Funzee research shows that whilst some customers use their funzees for sleeping in, others use them for lounging around in the house, or for party occasions. Some of the designs, such as Blue Gold Sunshine funzee, are even used by sports fans to wear at the game.

During the winter months, fleece one piece suits are particularly popular amongst the student market. So funzee has created a Wizard design of moon and stars on purple, and a "Winter is Coming" design in plain black. This latter style should particularly appeal to fans of the Game of Thrones books and TV series.

In summer, cotton designs are more popular and are often worn at outdoor festivals. Funzee has responded with various designs including stripy Reggae – Black, Green, Red and Yellow, and baby leopard spots. The funzee spokesman added, "Our range grows and adapts according to what visitors to our sites feedback to us. At the moment that seems to be more pure cotton suits and more animal onesies, so expect those shortly."


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