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See what everyone wore on Pajama Day at work: Mayor orders offices to go cozy


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If you've ever dreamed of rolling out of bed and going straight into the office, then you're going to wish you'd participated in the Easter Seals of Greater Houston's citywide Pajama Day Friday — where getting ready for work was a matter of waking up. All you had to do was bring an extra pair of pajamas or donate $10 to Easter Seals to join in on the cozy fun.

The employees at SnapStream get a little wacky when they get in their jammies.

integratePR's Jessie Boone gets cozy with a furry buddy.

Aron Susman and Justin Lee of TheSquareFoot pose with the mayor's proclamation of Pajama Day.

The Student Council at James E. Taylor High School in Katy — among hundreds of other students who showed up at school in pajamas Friday — pose in their PJs.

The school raised more than $1,500 for Easter Seals of Greater Houston.

Pajamas were the couture of choice at Blinds.com.

integratePR's Jenny Selber keeps her feet toasty and her work station cozy.

The Blinds.com campus was awash in pajama donations.