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Earlier this year, we reported on the wondrous (and some would say eye-roll-worthy) invention of PajamaJeans, "the pajamas to live in, and the jeans to sleep in."

To test the dual-duty pants, we even challenged one of our editors to wear PajamaJeans for 24 hours a day, three days in a row, during the shows at New York Fashion Week. The result: Sarah Jessica Parker, Joe Zee and Isaac Mizrahi seemed to approve.

Now, after a successful run with the original version of the $39.95 dark-blue denim-looking sweats, the company is expanding with three new styles offered in time for the holidays.

Come Dec. 1, comfort-craving shoppers will not only be able to choose from the classic dark-blue boot-cut model, but also a new boot-cut in black and two skinny styles (which might make them mere jeggings?), one in black and another in a faded-blue "vintage wash" that mocks the appearance of distressed denim, whisker marks and all.

At $59.99 a pop, the new PajamaJeans offerings are more expensive than a "designer" Snuggie, but at least they're a million times less conspicuous and make more creative stocking stuffers.

Would you rock PajamaJeans' new styles? Let us know in a comment below.

In related news: Read up on the new Snuggie-style electric blanket, dubbed the Toasty. Groan.