Domino's has launched the first ever wipeable onesie - and not only is it a gas idea, but it's for a good cause.
In a survey conducted by Domino's, they found out that 83% pizza lovers enjoy tucking in to a cheesy pie wearing their pyjamas or comfy clothes the minute they step through the door.
Now, Charlotte Denn, from Channel 4's Make And Mend Seamstress fame, has created the wipeable onesie to make things even cosier.
Wipeable onesie: Charlotte and Domino's have created the ultimate pizza-eating uniform | MIKAEL BUCK/DOMINOS
It took Charlotte 13 hours to create the prototype version of the onesie, combining stain proof fabric with soft velveteen to achieve the ultimate in both comfort and resilience - so you don't have to worry about any BBQ sauce dropping on you.
To add some extra comfort, the onesie also has two large pockets for pizza fans to store drinks and dips.
In Ireland, the limited edition onesies are available from Domino's Rathmines for €25 each and Domino's will be match funding each sale and donating all of the proceeds to Barretstown in Ireland.
Over the last year, the pizza company has raised over a quarter of a million euro for the charity which offers free, specially designed camps and programmes for children and their families living with a serious illness, all supported behind the scenes by 24 hour on site medical and nursing care.