Before now I’ve merrily skipped through life having no idea what women wear to bed for sleep purposes. Not that I’ve had a problem with that. After all, curiosity killed the cat, like that guy in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark where that guy’s face melts off. I can’t be having any of that. My face is the moneymaker.
But thankfully Capcom has done the job for us. As part of a new batch of costume DLC for Street Fighter V, Chun-Li is getting three new outfits to take to the streets. Undercover clothes for her policin’, beachwear for her beachin’, and sleepwear for her sleepin’. This is the outfit Chun-Li wears to bed.
Though she spends most of her time keeping the peace, even Chun-Li needs sleep to recover for the tough trials to come. Bring her sleepwear into battle to become your opponent’s worst nightmare. (x)
I’ve checked in with numerous sources (whom I cannot name) and can confirm that Capcom are correct. This is what all women change into for their sleepwear.
We’re talking skimpy top, weird mini-crotch-apron, and a pair of crocs. It’s the only way to cosy on up and tuck in. This is absolutely the sleepwear look of this season.
This raises so many questions, the answers for which I can never know the answers to. Why crocs in bed? Why do you need a flappy min-apron for in bed!? Please type all answers in the comments section below, then select your comment and hit delete — because I don’t want to know. My heart-rate needs to remain stable at all times, and I’m already getting dizzy thinking about the late night cooking possibilities that apron promises.
Chun-Li’s sleepwear DLC costume, as well as the other new DLC outfits, will retail at $4 or 70,000 Fight Money. This is the same price women’s apron-crocs sleepwear costs in real life.