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.