Pajamas to work? Yeah, it’s mainly our dream.
Luckily, Vogue.com market editor Chelsea Zalopany has opened us up to the world of pajama dressing. In her episode of “From the Vogue Closet,” Zalopany dishes out some recommendations on how one can successfully wear pajamas — or silky, gorgeous clothes that look like pajamas — out of the home through the day.
For one, Zalopany says, Monday or Tuesday in all probability isn’t very best. However Friday and the weekend are a great time to experiment with the casual type. But what you put on it with, Zalopany told HuffPost Type, might be a very powerful a part of all. “A lovely and luxurious Olatz button-down pajama shirt appears to be like great paired with a boyfriend jean by J Brand,” she suggests, as do large silky pajama pants paired with a more traditional shirt.
“One can get away with wearing a pajama set by dressing it up with a fancier shoe,” Zalopany says, “1960’s-esque pair of silk cropped pajama pants would look better with a ladylike pair of shoes akin to Bruno Magli’s velvet pointy toe kitten heels.” But sportier shoes are a greater fit for sweatpant-like pajamas.
The important thing, nonetheless, is quality. Pajama dressing means a pleasant blouse-like pajama high, or silky flattering pajama bottoms. No faculty sweatshirts, no cartoon character bottoms and definitely no slippers.
Watch the full Vogue video above and head to Vogue.com to shop for the very best pajama dressing items.
How celebs have done it:
We’d totally put on these with denims out of the house:
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