A Nation of Mattress Testers

We have certainly lost a lot of formality in how people in America dress. Suits, hats, gloves have all disappeared from most people’s daily wardrobes. It’s no longer just kids who wear pajamas to the grocery store. And it’s not just college students either. Some adults have adopted this practice. It makes me think of the saying that you should dress for the job you want, rather than the one you have. Are there really that many people who wish to be mattress testers? But with regard to informality, how far is too far? Does business casual ever become bedroom casual? And maybe the woman wearing fuzzy slippers at the store is a sign of too far. Is it that hard to put on a pair of shoes?

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