Stylish to the core

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Shara Ashraf shara.ashraf@hin­dus­tan­

No, don’t turn up your nose if you see your looker of a neigh­bour walk­ing into your party in breezy pa­ja­mas. He is just road-test­ing a new trend — dorm­core! Dorm­core draws in­spi­ra­tion from the col­lege dorms in the US. The trend de­clares that it is not ill-man­nered or un­pol­ished to move around in loose, comfy pa­ja­mas in pub­lic.

With fash­ion for­ward celebs wear­ing pa­ja­mas in pub­lic, there can’t be a more con­vinc­ing en­dorse­ment of the trend. Re­cently, Se­lena Gomez stepped out in Paris wear­ing an ink blue Derek Rose Lon­don set. Se­lena man­aged to look ev­ery bit gor­geous in the set that she teamed with straight hair, red lips and winged eyes, colour­block­ing the look with pop red san­dals. Ri­hanna also re­cently wore pa­ja­mas in pub­lic. The fear­less fash­ion­ista stepped out in pink silk pa­ja­mas paired with pink satin robe and pink Marabou Boudoir san­dals. Amer­i­can ac­tor Woody Har­rel­son also turned fash­ion rules on their heads when he went dorm­core at The Hunger Games: Mock­ing­jay – Part 2 pre­miere. Har­rel­son walked in wear­ing a T-shirt, pa­ja­mas and socks sans shoes.

Dorm­core is pop­ping up on the global ramp as well with de­sign­ers pre­sent­ing fun takes on pa­ja­mas. Right from Alexan­dara Wang to Givenchy, the comfy wear is hav­ing a fun mo­ment. Closer home, de­sign­ers are ex­per­i­ment­ing with ver­sions that can be con­fi­dently worn out­side homes. Here’s some in­spi­ra­tion to rock the look.

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