In the spring summer 16 collections, design houses like Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Thakoon and others presented the sleepwear as outerwear trend. And what’s best is, it isn’t just a fad that’s now done and dusted. Looks like the one phrase that this world of chic fashionistas took to, literally, is ‘I woke up like this’. So much so that they’ve now worked the pyjama shirt trend as daywear. Everyone from Gigi Hadid to Priyanka Chopra is giving it their stamp of approval. Even Kangana Ranaut sported a head-to-toe pyjama look just last week. And guess what…you can easily incorporate this trend, and we’re all up for it. We tell you how to work this trend without looking like you’ve rolled out of bed in the morning.
Team up the pyjama shirt with your favourite pair of denim. This is hands down the most simple outfit for a casual day out. That pyjama shirt and jeans together scream comfort over anything. Frayed hem jeans, ripped denim, pearl embellished jeans or embroidered jeans, take your pick and pair it according to the shirt you’re opting for. If your pyjama shirt is in a solid hue or has bold white piping on it, slip on a pair of distressed denim with it. Wanting to sport the sleepwear trend with a quirky and printed pyjama shirt? Team it up with your basic skinny jeans.
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If you’re not feeling the denim-pyjama shirt combo just yet, we think this one is for you. Sport a versatile skirt with your pyjama shirt to look dressed up. A well-fitted skirt or even a flowy skirt for that matter works really well with this piece. Roll up the sleeves of your shirt to achieve a more relaxed look.
A bonus tip: A quick trick to not look like you’re going to tuck into bed any moment, would be to avoid wearing overly baggy pyjama shirts.
We at WODROB have given a definite nod to the pyjama shirt trend. If you haven’t tried the trend yet, definitely try it soon!