Gone are the days when pjs were limited to bedrooms. Yes. The good old comfy pyjama pair has gone outdoors. On last fashion weeks, the street style was predominantly pyjama suit. As this trend takes a centre stage in street fashion, we also see it tagging along in nightwear category.
Yes. You heard us. Many have started wearing these to the night clubs. Dancing in pyjamas? We needed that for so long. Didn't we? Thanks to whoever got this trending. Now, as the pjs occupy our day fashion and our night, we think it's important to tell our fashion fanatics on how to style their pjs like a true street stylist...
Selena Gomez Blue Pjs
When she makes a pyjama suits look so good, who wouldn't want to try them on? Selena here paired her blue pjs with red strappy heels. Now isn't that a perfect outfit for outdoors?
Try the floral satin print for pj suits. Accessorise it well by adding platform heels, neckchain, watch, wayfarers. Channel your hidden hipster with this look.
Pyjama Suit Without The Highlight:
On a regular day, you'll be be barraged with pyjama suits with highlighted piping work. We recommend you try for something not-so-regular. Match your floral pjs with a same colour mule heels and an oversized bag.
Opt for something chic like this. A beautiful blush blue pantsuit with a highlighted red collar. Pair it with a chic white boxy clutch.
Merge your robe and pjs into one and amp up your street style. What is better than a pair of pjs. Two pairs of pjs.
The Plunging Neckline PJ:
Add this to your partywear. A plunging neckline pj pantsuit is what you need to stand out and look great.
Pjs With Interesting Accessories:
Go for a soft colour pjs and pair it with bright boxy clutches like this one.
Bomber Jackets & PJ Suits:
What's better than when you show up at a meeting looking like this and you have a bomber jacket too? Nothing.
Add A Choker:
Add a choker to your pj suit and turn into a partywear. Now you can go to a party in pjs and pass out in one too.