5 Practical Ways To Pull Off The Pajama Trend

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Boudoir-inspired fashion has officially taken over, from the return of slip dresses and corsets to long, silky robes worn as jackets. Sure, clothing derived from lingerie and PJs may seem like a risqué move, but with the right styling, the look can even read work-appropriate. Here, five chic, easy-to-wear pieces that will help you get in on the trend, plus how to wear them without looking like you just stepped out of bed.

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The Pajama Game

Navy Pajama Shirt

$49

Pixie Market

The Pajama Shirt

Silky fabric and contrasting piping put a boudoir spin on a classic button-down. A structured collar and full sleeve help you maintain an office-appropriate vibe.

Satin Maxi Dress

$240

Ganni

The Slip Dress

For those who feel a bit on display in something so minimal, go for a midi or full-length style, and layer it over a T-shirt or Oxford.

Silk Camisole Trimmed With Lace

$210

The Kooples

The Camisole

A slinky cami is a wardrobe staple, regardless of trend, so this is the perfect entry to the pajama look. Wear one under a blazer or layered over a thin knit top.

Printed Culottes

$80

Mango

The Trouser

A wide-leg trouser or culotte in a sleepwear-inspired print is playful yet polished. Team with chunky knits or structured shirting for a streamlined look.

Long Tie Robe

$519

Gilda & Pearl

The Robe Coat

A satin topper elevates any look, from a simple dress to jeans. We love these when they're worn open for dramatic effect.