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Seven pyjama sets worth getting out of bed for


By Ellen Bird
02nd Oct 2018
Seven pyjama sets worth getting out of bed for

Let’s face it, we’re all suckers for a cute pyjama set, but did you ever think you could wear your silky two-piece 24/7? Pyjama fashion is officially a thing. And we think it’s perfection. Comfort has never looked so chic.

Sometimes you want nothing more than to lounge around in your pyjamas all day, but now it’s socially acceptable (and totally chic) worn outside the house. Although, I’m not talking about wearing your fluffy dressing gown around Dublin’s City Centre, but tailored pinstriped separates, polka dot co-ords and matchy-matchy ensembles can be easy, sexy and elegant if you style them right. Personally, I’m a complete comfort queen, so pyjama dressing is a trend I won’t be ignoring. Whether you’re serious about this micro-trend or looking for an excuse to keep cosy (like me), I suggest styling your twin-set with stilettos and a sparkly choker for a seriously glam approach, or Gucci slides and a knitted polo knit for extra comfort. Fashion clearly has no boundaries anymore.

But before you fool out of bed and head straight to the office, check-out how these high-street retailers style this trend, giving it serious justice. These are the cosiest (and most stylish!) pyjamas you’ll happily wear outside. Trust me, it’s worth getting out of bed for.

Polka dot flowing trousers, €39.95 at Zara 

Ikat jacquard blazer, €99 at & Other Stories

Knockout hooded top, €67; Knockout trackies,€79, Sucker Punch Love; both at ghospell.com 

Geometric print pyjama jacket, €68; Geometric print pyjama trousers, €64; both at Topshop

Geometric print shirt, €79.95; Geometric print trousers, €79.95; both at Massimo Dutti

Henlei velvet full sleeve sweatshirt, €170; Keylee velvet joggers, €155; both at Ted Baker 

Printed jacquard trousers, €69 at & Other Stories