Our lifestyles have changed dramatically in the past year, and with that has been changes in trends too, including the bridging of inside and outside clothes and perceived dress code dos and don'ts.
Tumbling out of bed has never looked so good! If you’ve also been trying to style out your ‘not so cute’ pyjamas for a trip to the corner shop over the past 14 months then you’re in the right place because sleepwear for daywear is IN. Comfy, unique, practical and on-trend, pushing the style limits to the max and rocking the two-piece you would usually reserve for after your evening bath is a 2021 trend we can absolutely get behind. But don’t be fooled, we’re not suggesting you whip out your fluffy Disney PJs at any opportunity, oh no, this trend focuses on smarter, more structured sets and luxurious materials and textures to really elevate your comfort and make it suitable for the outside world. Our lifestyles have changed dramatically in the past year, and with that has been changes in trends too, including the bridging of inside and outside clothes and perceived dress code dos and don’ts.
Brands such as Sleeper and Kitri Studio have been nailing the structured full length two piece (plus who doesn’t want feathers attached to their look?!) for a while now, and the high street is following suit with a selection of posh pjs that are most definitely suitable for outside the bedroom.
The key here is the remainder of your look, as although your pyjamas will certainly be doing the talking, the focus on balancing the rest of your ‘fit is make or break. Add a chic bag, simple jewellery, statement or more formal footwear and boom, you’ve gone from bedroom to boardroom in an instant.
I feel like if you’re going to wear sleepwear as daywear you have to go big with the rest of your look. I love this silky spot set from H&M, I could imagine it being so comfortable for an event or even a day at work tbh! I’d wear it with these gorgeous sage green accessories from Charles Kieth (the best for expensive looking accs) chunky gold jewellery and a slicked-back bun. Obviously chuck on some chic sunglasses for a real “Do not f**k with me” vibe.
I am LOVING this trend. Pyjamas outside? What a time to be alive. I thought I’d want to avoid this kind of trend after a year of loungewear, but nope this is super stylish. I love this striped set from ASOS, paired with a white or black tee, some white trainers and sporty socks you are good to go!
I am confused about this trend. I can’t say I’ve ever thought about wearing sleepwear out of the house apart from a late-night McDonalds drive-thru. But you know I wouldn’t be opposed to being in my jammies all day. I’d probably opt for some kind of co-ord set, with a black top underneath and black accessories and hope people don’t think I’ve literally just got out of bed.
I feel like most of my outfits resemble some kind of PJs anyway so it would appear I’m an accidental fan of sleepwear as daywear. Satin dresses that look like nighties, linen shorts that look like pyjama sets, house shoes that look like a pair of glorified slippers, I’m here for the in a big way.
Comfort is ALWAYS a priority for me so this trend is right up my street. I’ve always wanted something from the brand Sleeper and these feather-trimmed PJs are just too good to wear exclusively at home. They’re definitely a spenny pick buttttt a classic in my opinion! I don’t own any silky PJs (I’m normally more of a fluffy Primark gal myself) but these sage ones from ASOS are so chic- I need!