Sure, you sleep in 800-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and cut your toenails lounging in triple-combed cashmere bathrobes, but why are you relegating luxuriant threads on stuff you only use when you're utterly, completely, and tragically alone? Go public, with outerwear from Belvest.
Influenced by Italian Renaissance painter Tintoretto, Belvest took the artist's work and redacted the puffy ponce to execute its luxury spirit via absurdly luxuriant fabrics. The extravagance commences with long, classic topcoats, which come in Mongolian cashmere or superfine Australian wool, lined with either mink or sable -- the Russian land mammal, not the WWE diva you just dumped hard on Second Life. Underneath, Belvest features styles like NIGHT, which uses casual fabric (velvet) but is cut "with the details of an evening jacket"; DOUBLEJACKET, a lightweight casual cashmere/vicuna Glen plaid/Prince of Wales-style sport coat; and a sporty "yam-dyed" micro-velvet sport coat called JACKETINTHEBOX (one country's maker of chicken fajita pitas is another's sweet ass eveningwear).
As for trou, some follow suit (burgundy/gray flannel cashmere slacks), while others are just really nice (several styles in Sea Island cotton), but all serve as a great reminder that -- cashmere or not -- just because you're utterly alone doesn't mean pants are out of the question.