20 PJ's You Can Wear Out on the Town (Promise)
Pajama dressing has been trending for a few years now, and has now reached the tipping point wherein it’s completely socially acceptable to wear a silky set out in public. But how exactly does one wear their pajamas out and about without looking like they simply forgot to change? Start with one of these 20 pieces, then add chic shoes, bold jewelry and a badass attitude to complete the look.
A Gold-Trimmed Set
The delicate polka-dot print really takes these pieces up a style level.
Chelsea28 top and bottom ($65)
A Subtly Sexy Slip
Wear this stunner with pointy-toe flats and a leather moto jacket to tone down the bedroom vibes.
Natori nightgown ($250)
A Silky Tunic
Wear over jeans during the day, then as a minidress for dinner with friends.
Morgan Lane nightshirt ($358)
Celestial Print Cami and Pants
What’s black and white and chic all over? This starry pj set, that’s what.
Topshop top and bottom ($38)
A Color-blocked Dress
Turn it into a trendy skirt simply by layering a chunky sweater on top.
Ginia nightgown ($188)
A Burnt-Orange Set
Espadrilles and a colorful crossbody are all you need to take this set from the couch to brunch.
A Striped Caftan
Packing for that beachside vacation just got so much easier.
Sleepy Jones caftan ($278)
A Jersey Jumpsuit
Truly a one-piece wonder if we’ve ever seen one.
Something Navy jumpsuit ($65)
A Graphic Button-down and Pants
If you’re going to try a bold trend, you might as well go bold on the print as well.
Plush top and bottom ($136)
A Calming Tunic
We can’t get enough of these chic, seaside-inspired shades of gray and blue.
Hanro sleep shirt ($298)
A Printed Robe
Functions just as well as an ornate duster jacket.
Olivia Von Halle robe ($910)
A Leopard-Print Set
Wear the shorts with a silky black tank when you’re ready to hit the town and the set as a whole when you’re ready to hit the hay.
Madewell top and shorts ($75)
A Silk Blazer
It was the lace detailing on the shoulders that really sold us on this gorgeous wrap.
I.D. Sarrieri top ($450)
A Pinstripe Set
How do you make pinstripes feel less prim? Try a pink and purple version.
In Bloom top and bottom ($68)
This isn’t called the “Whiskey, Please!” set for nothing. Bartender, we’ll have another.
Sleeper top and bottom ($265)
A Velvet Robe
The combination of jewel tones and lush velvet makes this robe feel particularly luxe.
Chelsea28 robe ($89)
A Midi Slip Dress
Just add kitten heels. And maybe also a denim jacket.
Olivia Von Halle nightgown ($380)
A Lace-Trimmed Set
It’s the delicate lace that really makes this pair of pj's special.
Eberyjay top and bottom ($178)
A Striped Mini
Summer nights never looked so good.