Work Wonnies, a Mullet for the Wardrobe, Launches on Kickstarter

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The ‘workleisure’ wear for guys that looks professional from the waist up and feels comfortable from the butt flap down.

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We created Work Wonnies for guys to feel comfortable without sacrificing the professional look where it counts - on camera.

Business on top, comfort on bottom. Work Wonnies, which launched today on Kickstarter, gives ‘dress for success’ a new look and feel.

Work Wonnies gives guys the chance to look professional yet feel comfortable while working from home. The world's first and only one-piece, workleisure apparel combo for dudes makes easing into the workday that much smoother.

The traditional button-down work shirt evolves into a super soft French terry bottom for ultimate comfort. Work Wonnies is tight around the ankles for enhanced comfort and mobility. But wait, there’s more! It has a button fly and a butt flap, making it easy to do any kind of “business.” Don’t worry, nobody on the Zoom calls will be able to tell the difference.

Working from home is well on its way to becoming the new normal. Productivity has been shown to increase by almost 50% by those working from home or remotely. The key to a productive and enjoyable work from home experience is comfort.

“Working from home gives you a sense of comfort you just don’t get in the office,” said Jeff Plotner, co-founder of Work Wonnies. “We created Work Wonnies for guys to feel comfortable without sacrificing the professional look where it counts - on camera.”

Work Wonnies is available to pre-order starting at $50 in sizes S-XL. Delivery of those orders is expected to begin immediately after the campaign ends in November. To pre-order, visit pr.go2.fund/workwonnies.

About Work Wonnies
Work Wonnies was founded by two guys who love to try out new ideas. When March 2020 came about and so many people started working from home, the pair had an idea. They’re all about the “PC” culture, and by that they mean professional and comfortable. They believe in balance when working from home because life shouldn’t be all “Doom & Zoom.” For more information, visit https://workwonnies.com/.

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