Sleeper’s Latest Collection Is Further Proof Pajamas Aren’t Just For Sleeping Anymore

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Though the pajama dressing trend has been going strong for several seasons now, Sleeper's new linen pajamas are here to prove that it's not going away anytime soon. And while you've likely seen your fair share of silk and satin styles, the fashion-girl favorite brand is bringing a new spin to stylish sleepwear with this latest lineup of pieces to be worn in and out of the bedroom. Featuring airy linen in relaxed cuts, these are styles you'll keep on beyond your eight hours of beauty sleep — especially during the August heat.

These days, it's hard not to spot an influencer, editor, or style-savvy shopper wearing Sleeper on Instagram. And it's easy to see why the brand has become so highly coveted; it has a knack for delivering chic, elevated pieces with an innate ease, and this new range is no exception.

The fresh additions to Sleeper's offerings include unisex pajama sets that find the balance between being sharp and effortless. Made of 100 percent breathable and machine-washable linen, the pajamas have a utilitarian feel and a loose fit that'll make them go-to styles for sleep, work, and play. Included in the mix are five short-and-top pairings for $220 each as well as five pant-and-top duos priced at $260 a set. Both combinations are available in the same range of neutral, easy-to-wear shades — black, navy, cream, and sepia — as well as a pretty light blue hue called "Azure."

A long sleeve button-up top with two patch pockets comes with the shorts as well as the pants, and when worn as a full look, the set only requires a simple slide to pull it together for beyond the bedroom; however, you can also take it one step further with a kitten-heel sandal and a pair of modern danglers.

The pieces in the sets can just as easily been worn separately, too; the bottoms match up well with everything from a casual tee to a structured blazer. As for the top? It'll look just as stylish with your favorite worn-in jeans as it will over a sleek slip dress. Plus, you can roll the sleeves on the button-up as well as cuff the shorts and the pants to switch-up the vibe of an outfit.

Who says you can't be just as comfortable during the day as you are sleeping at night? Continue on to start shopping PJs you can wear to catch some z's and to catch up with friends.

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