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Sleepwear-Inspired Looks To Take You From Night to Day

Next time you want to say “I woke up like this” and actually mean it, take a cue from celebs and style stars, who are cozying up to the pajama trend in droves. The trend has been going strong for the last few years and shows now signs of slowing down, as we’re favouring a more casual, comfort-first approach (see also: the return of sneakers and flat shoes). Welcome to 2017, where wearing pyjamas and sleepwear-inspired looks in public is socially acceptable. Pay homage to your bed with any one of these boudoir-inspired — and absolutely chic — sleepwear looks. 
A kimono-style robe can be a great starter piece to get in on the sleepwear trend, as you can easily layer it over denim, trousers or even a slip dress (with or without the belt). We love the luxe brocade-esque fabric, wide sleeves and unexpected soft berry hue of this silk-blend robe from Elizabeth and James, $715.
 
Get the look for less with this Shimmery Jacquard Kimono from Zara that’s almost an exact dupe for the Elizabeth and James number above, and priced at a very wallet-friendly $90.
Yes, these are straight-up pajamas, but with their impeccable tailoring, they would look incredibly glam paired with heeled sandals for a night out (case in point: Zendaya’s take on the trend at the Teen Choice Awards). We’re obsessed with the striking cobalt hue and subtle fringe detailing of this twin set that’s inspired by 1930s-era leisurewear. The Glad Hours in Cobalt with Teal Fringe set is a bit pricey at $380USD but well worth it for the premium silk.
Looking for a two-piece set that’s a little more budget-friendly, but no less chic? Check out this satin pyjama set by Natori that was recently worn by actress Kate Beckinsale. We love the cool geometric, ‘Labyrinth’ print, priced at $160USD.
 
If you’re not ready to go full bedtime story, a well-cut PJ shirt can give that easy-chic vibe and keep you looking polished from day to night. On its own, you’d probably never know this shirt from Recliner, $65USD, is actually part of a twin set; the tailored silhouette and slim point collar give it the feel of a designer dress shirt. We love the bold colours and quirky prints in the line, such as the newspaper print above.
The key to pulling off the sleepwear look for daytime is to keep it precise. The structured silhouette of this jumpsuit, which is enforced by the pyjama-esque piping. Joe Fresh Piped Jumpsuit, $49.

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Next time you want to say “I woke up like this” and actually mean it, take a cue from celebs and style stars, who are cozying up to the pajama trend in droves. The trend has been going strong for the last few years and shows now signs of slowing down, as we’re favouring a more casual, comfort-first approach (see also: the return of sneakers and flat shoes). Welcome to 2017, where wearing pyjamas and sleepwear-inspired looks in public is socially acceptable. Pay homage to your bed with any one of these boudoir-inspired — and absolutely chic — sleepwear looks. 
A kimono-style robe can be a great starter piece to get in on the sleepwear trend, as you can easily layer it over denim, trousers or even a slip dress (with or without the belt). We love the luxe brocade-esque fabric, wide sleeves and unexpected soft berry hue of this silk-blend robe from Elizabeth and James, $715.
 
Get the look for less with this Shimmery Jacquard Kimono from Zara that’s almost an exact dupe for the Elizabeth and James number above, and priced at a very wallet-friendly $90.
Yes, these are straight-up pajamas, but with their impeccable tailoring, they would look incredibly glam paired with heeled sandals for a night out (case in point: Zendaya’s take on the trend at the Teen Choice Awards). We’re obsessed with the striking cobalt hue and subtle fringe detailing of this twin set that’s inspired by 1930s-era leisurewear. The Glad Hours in Cobalt with Teal Fringe set is a bit pricey at $380USD but well worth it for the premium silk.
Looking for a two-piece set that’s a little more budget-friendly, but no less chic? Check out this satin pyjama set by Natori that was recently worn by actress Kate Beckinsale. We love the cool geometric, ‘Labyrinth’ print, priced at $160USD.
 
If you’re not ready to go full bedtime story, a well-cut PJ shirt can give that easy-chic vibe and keep you looking polished from day to night. On its own, you’d probably never know this shirt from Recliner, $65USD, is actually part of a twin set; the tailored silhouette and slim point collar give it the feel of a designer dress shirt. We love the bold colours and quirky prints in the line, such as the newspaper print above.
The key to pulling off the sleepwear look for daytime is to keep it precise. The structured silhouette of this jumpsuit, which is enforced by the pyjama-esque piping. Joe Fresh Piped Jumpsuit, $49.

Zakiya Kassam kassamzakiya@gmail.com Author Zakiya is a freelance content writer living in Toronto. All of her favourite things happen to start with the letter C: cats, coffee and correcting grammar. 29Secrets

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