How to get in on the trend without looking like you just stepped out of bed.
I love wearing jeans and stiff dress pants, said no one ever. The idea of wearing pajamas during daylight still feels strange, but go with it. With fad trends that spread like wildfire and then die out (R.I.P. lace-up body suits) pajama dressing is here to stay. Pajamas are easy to mix and match and even easier to dress up.
I styled this trend a few different ways so you can really see how easy it is to look cool and stay comfortable. I wore silk snakeskin printed pants with a plain pajama style top, first pairing the look with heels before switching to loafers. I then transformed the top into an off-the-shoulder look and accessorized with a neck-tie (sorry chokers, it's time for a break). For my last twist on this trend I swapped my pajama style top for a sweater to stay even more comfortable.
Practical pajamas make the perfect brunch outfit, you can dress them up for a night on the town or even give them a corporate twist by adding a blazer. A full pajama set would look great with heels, mules or your favorite flat. For a simplified version try wearing pajama inspired bottoms with a sweater, button down or even a t-shirt to keep things casual. Staying chic all the while keeping cozy. Check out the top PJ-inspired pieces you need to add to your wardrobe now. I'll let you sleep on it.
#wornbySam // Top: ASOS; Pants: Nanette Lepore; Shoes: (heels) ASOS; Shoes: (loafers) Gucci; Sweater: (blue) Zara; Sweater: (pink) Forever21