I think one ‘pajama’ piece can look cute in an outfit, but wearing a suit or something like that would make me feel walking in actual sleepwear on the streets. The upper two outfits and the lower one on the right are really cool. The outfit of the girl with the white blouse look a bit too sleepwearish for me.
I am completely against people who wear pajamas out and about, if you are going to the store you can at least pull on jeans and a T shirt or a sweater. I like the first photo, which is the proper use of pajamas–sleeping or lounging around the house or perhaps the yard. I kind of like the guy with the suit on over his white dress shirt, though.
I think the point here is that traditional pajama dressing is being inverted, and used in a purely artistic way that can make people think about what is “normal” everyday wear. For instance, there is nothing inherently wrong about wearing a top and bottom that match, or in wearing clothing made out of silk. I personally think this is just as appropriate (and probably more aesthetically pleasing) than wearing jeans and a t-shirt outside.
Not only am I thinking about this, I am actually considering sliding this into my daily repertoire. But I also agree with many points said earlier: it’s probably best to use a single piece at a time. Call me crazy, but a khaki double-breasted blazer and slim fitting navy polka dot pajama trousers sounds seriously sharp.
As cute as those are- especially the bottom left- and as much as I would want to, I just couldn’t leave the house in full pjamas. I would feel too lazy. I have considered; however, wearing a pair of lace sleep shorts as lace shorts out in public- but haven’t.
I love the mans especially. You have to be bold to do this. You can tell they are beautifully crafted, and the prints are very clever. The guy is very bold, and that makes me happy. He is just as crisp and professional somehow as if he had on a pin stripe suit!
Um, no. But at least these are classy pajamas! In my small town I actually do see a lot of people wearing pajamas around, but they’re fleece with Spongebob on them and the people are in their 20s at least!
I respect everything, and I don’t think we should wear something because it’s trendy… and this kind of “pijama on the street” thing is funny, and takes courage that maybe I don’t have.
great pics, but sorry, not my thing.
A friend of mine sports a PJ every time he’s home (and also to pay visit to his neighbors, weird). In any case some printed summer pants may look like a pyjama, but they’re so comfy and can be so classy (first picture).
Wasn’t it Lauren Hutton who made silk PJs la rigueur? I think it was– cream silk pjs at parties, she always looked so delish. Few can pull that look off, but thewoman reading, on the top left hand corner in the navy concoction works it with a chic that is so effortless that it is wonderful to see.
A “style” pajama trousers e una white t-shirt is a wonderful outfit for a lazy summer day…
I never use pajama to sleep,do not feel comfortable.
The first and the third picture are my favorite!!!.
While I love the comfort of pajamas, I’m not about to buy a sleepwear suit. I’m not beyond reading in my pajamas at a cafe like the woman in the first picture. It sounds like a lovely way to spend a lazy Sunday morning.