Pajamas about town: 6 ways to work the trendTuesday 25 October 2016
According to fashionistas, the pajama is the new suit. Easy-going at first sight, it has developed an elegant edge, and is now owning the street with style. Here's how we recommend trying the trend, to avoid any fashion fails.
100% on print
With Sara Escudero, the pajama looks like a seductive feminine dinner suit. The printed ensemble is broken up with a nude shoulder bag and a pair of patent leather stilettos. Masterful work by the beautiful Spaniard, working the sleepwear trend with distinción.
Head to toe in satin, Chiara Ferragni strolls the streets of Paris in a delicately-worn kimono vest and flowing pant. Comfort first; the blogger completes her midnight-blue look with flat leather sandals for an expert minimalist and chic look.
Mix and match
Here, Doina Ciobanu succeeds in mixing prints with flair. She's opted for a striped bathrobe-type jacket, tied in at the waist, and a lounge pant. To bring it all together, a burgundy panama and blue Klein satchel complement this bold duo.
The blazer version
On Candela Novembre, the pajama becomes accessible to everyone. The black and white top transforms into a blazer, and the pant rises by a couple of inches. Her look is softened with a small saddlebag and dark red slippers. Perfect for day and night.
Camille Charrière wears her pajama top discretely under an oversized matching vest and pant. To bring the ensemble together, she updates her two-tone look with sailor-striped stilettos and a little bag, carried as a clutch.
The feminine touch
On Julie Sariñana, the night shirt is transformed. With a subtle print, stitching and a delicate decollete, it becomes a sophisticated, floaty dress paired with floral city slippers.