The Best Fashion Week Looks That'll Work For Everyone



Pyjama Party

(Source: Looks from L-R: Dolce & Gabbana, Bally, Fendi, Ports 1961 and For Restless Sleepers.

It has become socially acceptable for you to look like you've rolled out of bed and headed straight for work, and there are few things better than a trend like that. 

This year, we’ve seen slip dresses and lingerie pieces making the transition into daywear. And it looks like the trend is here to stay, with comfy-chic looks splashed across the runways in New York, Milan and London.


This trend merges with another spotted at New York Fashion Week - shirts layered under sleeveless dresses for those of you who want to wear the sexy lacy camis without showing too much skin.

(Source: Looks from L-R: Band of Outsiders, Lacoste, Jonathan Simkhai, Alexander Wang.

And if you want to get extra comfy, robes were all the range on the runways too!

But how do you not look like a frump while strutting your stuff in your PJs? This is fashion after all. While the messy bedhead waves remain chic, you’re still going to want to look put together. Tip: Pick the right fabric. For a classy look, we’re looking at soft cotton and silk.

Also, make sure there are no wrinkles. There is a fine line behind looking laid back and looking like you simply don’t care.

Adding dimensions and layers to your PJ look is also key. Pop on a blazer or leather jacket to balance the look. A pair of sleek stilettos will also add an extra hint of sexiness and sophistication. No bedroom slippers, please.


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