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thought that the pinnacle of human invention had been reached with the creation of the Slanket, but boy, were we wrong. Enter the Suvet, a suit/duvet hybrid, a marriage of function and fashion that no-one actually asked for, has arrived, courtesy of Jurys Inn and costume designer Wendy Benstead. With this piece of bedroom couture, the days of fighting to get up and out to work in the mornings are no more. Now every day is a duvet day.

Taking cues from the oversized silhouettes and quilted details in the AW 16/17 collections, the bespoke two-piece is made of the hotel group’s finest 10.5 tog feather and down duvets for maximum comfort. The belted waist, large collar, and exaggerated shoulders offers protection from the elements (and provides extra cushioning to nap on) as well as paying homage to that other icon of the workwear wardrobe, the 80s power suit. Balenciaga, eat your heart out.


If you want to see the Suvet brought to the masses, tweet @JurysInnsHotel with #JurysInnSuvet.