Kate might be changing five times… but 48 per cent of Brits will stay in their pyjamas on Christmas Day
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed this week that she would be wearing five different outfits at Sandringham on Christmas Day – from casual dress at breakfast to a floor-length gown for the evening meal.
But the rest of us will struggle to get out of our pyjamas.
A new survey has revealed that 48 per cent of Brits will not get changed out of the clothes they woke up in all day on Sunday.
Christmas Day uniform: Jedward show off their pyjamas as a survey reveals that 48 per cent of us wear them all day on the 25th
But if they do get around to getting dressed, it will probably be because they feel forced into trying on a gift. So don”t be fooled into thinking that your present is popular just because the person you have given it to wears it straight away.
Sixty-one per cent of 21-29 year oldsrevealed that they feel obliged to wear the presents that their families have given them even if they don’t really like them.
The Duchess of Cambridge will wear five different outfits on Christmas Day
This also extends to 51 per cent of Dads who feel they should wear something they have been given by their wives or children on Christmas Day.
Meanwhile, a third of shoppers say the festive jumper is an essential on Christmas day, even if it just means slipping the jumper over your PJs.
The Asda survey was supported by the supermarket chain”s sales figures.
Slipper boots sales have been boosted by 144 per cent, and men’s lounge pants by 80 per cent.
However, some of us do like to make a bit of an effort.
A little more than half of customers reveal they will wear smarter clothes at Christmas than they usually would.
They will wear either a nice dress or suit to eat their dinner even if they are staying indoors for a traditional family style Christmas.
Fiona Lambert, brand director for George, commented: “Christmas Day provides the perfect opportunity to dress up or down depending on your family plans.”