Newsflash: It’s 2017, and wearing your nicest pajamas out in public is now legit. In a fashion trend that would have your 10-year-old self positively jealous and eager to travel to the future, stylishly comfy jammies are now perfectly acceptable casual, party, and business attire. They’re not just for jumping and lying on the bed anymore. And why not? Jammies are just clothes tailored to be comfortable. It was only a matter of time before designers figured out that cutting pajamas in flattering silhouettes and using the right patterns can create a look that’s equal parts comfy and glamorous. With the right shoes and accessories, there’s nothing you can’t do while wearing your PJs in public.
Experiment With Different Styles to Find Your Ideal Pajama Looks
If you have doubts about whether or not you can pull this off, you can start small by wearing regular clothes like jeans or a skirt along with a long-sleeved sleep shirt. You can also try using risque sleepwear pieces as your top or bottom combined with regular clothes. Experiment with both casual and formal looks – you’ll be surprised at the number of fashionable options pajamas have to offer. And when you’re ready, maybe you can try the look that made wearing pajamas in public acceptable in the first place: a full on matching set with reinforced lining, cut for your frame, and paired with the perfect shoes and purse – definitely a look that’s begging to be let out in public.
Find the Local Genius Tailor and Make Your Own Glamorous PJs
Because it’s a style trend that’s continuing to gain popularity, there’s no shortage of online inspiration when it comes to making PJs glamorous. You can use all these expensive looks as alteration guides for your local genius tailor. If you find non-designer pajamas with the correct pattern, and a tailor who can properly alter how those pajamas are cut, you can accomplish the same look as some of the most expensive luxury pajamas being sold today. Just make sure the tailor can also reinforce your PJs with the proper lining so you won’t feel like you’re wearing nothing in public.
Just Go For It
Seriously, just try it out. There’s a top, bottom, and matching set out there that complements every body type. And when you do find sleepwear looks and pieces that you love, your entire casual to formal wardrobe can start getting much more comfortable. As an added bonus, all the PJs that you don’t end up wearing in public can all be used as actual sleepwear. If all else fails, you’ll have some extra comfy clothing to wear in bed.