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Trendspotting: Wear your Jammies to Work

If you’ve followed the spring runways to a T, picked up a recent glossy or are a staunch classics-only gal, you won’t be able to run away from this trend either way: Pajamas. As seen on the likes of Michael Kors, Thakoon and Donna Karan’s spring runways, the pajama-inspired trend is spilling into fall and resort 2012.

Donna Karan spring 2011 RTW


Completely forgiving, pajama dressing offers a comfort only of its own, with languid, flowing fabrics that provide a more relaxed (and comfortable) alternative to denim or stiff cotton. Instead of going for a head-to-toe jammie look like some designers showcased on the runway, try these tips to adapt this trend to a versatile and wearable realism. Photos courtesy of style.com:

1. Back to basics: Since most pajama-inspired pants tend to have fun patterns, pair yours with a simple, no-fringe top with minimal detailing.

2. Fun accessories: Mix up your look to steer clear of a total “pajama” look and add key accessories to pull the trend together such as with clogs or statement jewelery.

3. Don a blazer: A simple blazer is the easiest way to create a sophisticated edge to a pajama inspired outfit. Because pajama inspired clothing is also loose and flowy, the structured blazer will help break up proportions.



Louis Vuitton Resort 2012

 

Not feeling the total sartorial look but still want a dose of the trend? Opt for luxurious footwear, like Stubbs and Wootton’s silk velvet slippers:

How do you feel about the pajama-inspired trend? At least it’s better than a onesie.

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