Pajama Party

Pajama Party

April 15, 2016






Do you ever have those days where you just don’t want to get dressed and wished that your pajamas were totally an acceptable form of fashion? You’re in luck my friend, as this is your season. Pajamas are a trend for spring that I’m getting on board with.

Before you run out in your polka dot flannel pajama bottoms, I’m talking about pajama-inspired and not literally, though equally as comfy. Some gals are opting for the whole head to toe look, which may be a bit much for my taste. I suggest breaking it up. Try the top or the bottom and mix with your every day pieces (jeans, tees, etc) for an effortless look ready for any occasion (or pajama party!).

This Zadig & Voltaire top looks like it’s from a luxe silk pajama set, but trust me it’s from the ready-to-wear department. It’s kind of the perfect easy spring look and one of the most wearable trends of the season. What are you going to do in your fancy pajamas this weekend?


Acne jacket (mine is via SnobSwap) // Zadig & Voltaire pajama style top // Goldsign jeans // Valentino bag (sold out in this color, similar here) // White House Black Market shoes (c/o) //  Prada sunglasses (via Ditto, c/o) // Nona E. Rose necklace (worn as choker, c/o) // Jenny Bird cuff (via Rocksbox, c/o)




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