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How to Pull off the Pajama Trend Like a Pro

Apparel, Most Wanted, What's Trending  /   /  By Sarah Wetmore

One of the reasons we dread getting out of bed in the morning, and the main reason we’re constantly running 10 minutes late, is because when it comes to finding something to wear, the struggle feels more real by the day. Wouldn’t it be great if we could just roll out of bed and skip the whole, “I don’t have anything to wear!” daily mini drama? One solution, which we think you’re going to love, is to wear your pajamas to work.

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Say what? That’s right! Loungewear is the new daywear, and we are so on board with this trend. However, like any cutting edge way of dressing, this one comes with a few rules. Choose silky separates (any other fabric is going to look too casual), keep fit in mind (tailored pieces will look more polished), and pay special attention to your accessories (add one piece of statement jewelry to elevate your outfit).

This past February, polished pajamas were spotted on Derek Lam, Rag & Bone, Michael Kors, Diane von Furstenberg, and Rodarte runways. Comfort never looked so sophisticated, especially when Michael Kors layered a belted fur stole on top of one loungewear look. For a warmer weather outfit, try pairing a PJ top with distressed boyfriend jeans and platform heels. Just add Samantha Jones-level confidence and slink forth!

To see more daytime looks inspired by nighttime wear, browse our All-Day PJs collection.

 

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