Pajamas for day from D&G, Teen Vogue, and now on the street. It's cute, but is it daywear? I'm recalling the discussion from a month or two ago about what clothing is appropriate after 10 am. It seems the majority said no sweats after 10 in the morning. What about pjs?
mmh, it is interesting somehow… But still for me… I think the combination of the jacket and the trousers make her look like she’s wearing a pyjama. But still I do like the jacket very much. Maybe with a jeans it would be even a favourite for me!
I really love it, It seems like she is wearing Navy which I totally adore. The cut of the pants really elongates her it seems so soft and casual, it also gives me a vibe of Bottega’s Spring Men’s collection – pajama chic!
The pyjama look is clearly Dolce&Gabbana inspired, which we love. I'm the biggest fan of when a woman wraps her scarf around the hair, likes its tucked in and hidden. Looks like a quickly put-together look, but its chic and easy; isn't that what women want? Notice her smile :)
Where I live the little old retirees go out in their bedroom slippers (usually plaid flannel ones) to buy their daily baguettes. Is that the next step in PJ fashion? Nice scarf, cute face. She can get away with anything with that smile.
Original, brave, wonderful. She accents her femininity bthorugh inversion. instead of drawing attention to her obvious femininity, she draws a long vertical line. her body is free to move. Then judging from her posture, hands, hair and smile, she moves gracefully, with femininity. The clothes obscure all the obvious markers (bosom, waist, hips) so – she draws attention to her personality revealed thorugh her juxtaposition of soft pajama pants with structured “boy” blazer.
Pre-whim of Dolce & Gabbanna the Pajama was perfected by Olatz Lopez Garmendia, made popular by her husband, and though some people have recently failed to pull it off, there are others that can get away with it…and who doesn't want to leverage their capacity for wearing things that highlight their natural beauty? If it accentuates your beauty rather than compensates for your appearance…then why not? But, if you just can't bring yourself to dress before running your errands, that is a different story – nothing can compensate for laziness, not even good pajamas.