From sleep­wear to streetwear, fash­ion­istas wake up to py­ja­mas. Here’s a low­down on the trend that seems to be a celeb favourite

Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Time Out - Ak­shata Shetty


There’s noth­ing more com­fort­able than a pair of py­ja­mas that you slip into at night. And th­ese days, celebri­ties such as Gigi Ha­did, Priyanka Cho­pra, Se­lena Gomez and many more, are flaunt­ing sleep­wear as out­er­wear. And they are rock­ing the look for sure. “From sleep­wear to street wear, fash­ion wakes up to py­ja­mas. Sales are soar­ing, thanks to the celebrity-led trend, which adopts sleep­wear as the lat­est way to look chic in the heat. The py­jama fash­ion trend has slowly been mak­ing it­self known on run­ways, red car­pets and streets, but tak­ing your bed­room wear out­doors with­out look­ing slovenly is no easy feat. This py­jama trend could pos­si­bly be the most re­laxed ap­proach to style yet,” says celebrity stylist Eshaa Amin. We pick fun looks for you to try out on your next out­ing. It may be un­con­ven­tional to in­cor­po­rate it in your daily wear, but who says there have to be rules in fash­ion, right? Go on, pick your favourite jam­mies!


Ri­hanna def­i­nitely turned heads in this laven­der satin py­jama set, in­clud­ing an over­coat, bra and pants. The sub­tle heart mo­tifs printed on the coat and pants give it a dual colour ef­fect. Ri­hanna chose to go all bold for a stu­dio record­ing. For a sub­tler ver­sion, you could maybe opt for a bralet or crop top un­der­neath. Model Gigi Ha­did was spot­ted twice in this trend and we love how she car­ries it off. This blue num­ber teamed with a red bra and sun­glasses, adds the nec­es­sary con­trast to this out­fit. Singer Se­lena Gomez rocks the out-of-bed look in this pink col­lar tee and py­ja­mas. The an­i­mal print and patches com­ple­ment the colour, and make it an ideal out­fit for a brunch or movie date with BFFS. The messy bun Se­lena sports can be re­placed with plaits or a pony­tail.

Go cor­po­rate with this out­fit. The rust-coloured robe with py­jama pants and a mesh black top could be an ideal of­fice wear, if you don’t have a dress code. You can com­plete the look with a pair of gold wedges and a lap­top bag. If you love to dress up, this flo­ral printed py­jama suit is the ideal choice. While this can pass off as a pant suit, you could ac­ces­sorise it with a hand­bag or a pair of pumps to give it a more fem­i­nine touch.

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