I went grocery shopping earlier today.
Two teenagers were their with their mother (an assumption based on the older woman looking a lot like the two girls and being the one paying for the groceries) - both were wearing pajama pants (fleece with snowflakes on one and Sponge Bob Square Pants on the other) with sweatshirts that had matching designs on the front, under hoodies. I am going to go out on a limb and make the interesting assumption that they were wearing pajamas/lounging clothes that would have been fine around the fireplace at home or in the dorm (if they were college freshman instead of high school seniors) - but I wasn't wild about seeing those clothes with people in them at a shopping center in the grocery store, then heading across the parking lot to a vehicle.
It was COLD outside! Pajamas aren't warm enough for outdoor wear when it is the temp that you're supposed to keep your fridge!