Winter 2016-2017 Pajama Trend
By Alexandra Renee Scott
How is it possible one can economically strut a straight off the runway look while remaining effortlessly chic and (drumroll) ...comfortable?
Lowdown loyalists it is time that we embrace the Pajama trend. We have always waited for this moment and perhaps subconsciously we are still waiting for the day that we can literally roll out of bed and get on with our day. Remaining together and in control while being more productive and chic without anyone nagging us otherwise.
I recently told my client, Caila Quinn from the Bachelor to embrace her inner Beyoncé. Now I want to share with you to embrace being comfortable while it lasts! As a stylist I'm not a believer of trends as it's our job to create them but when multiple designers are sending pajamas down the runway... you wear them. Unless of course you're a masochist and want to be deprived of this comfortable moment in fashion history. This is actually a trend everyone can pull off and do so affordably.
MY STYLING IDEAS BELOW
- Whit pajama jumpsuit styled with Lena Erziak feather shoes.
- Slip dress with white tee underneath, sneakers, white choker (ARSquad) or bandana tied around the neck.
Other ideas to try...
- Real Pajama top styled with ripped up jeans. The satin or silk dresses the look up while the ripped jeans takes the juxtaposition.
- Mix Match real pajamas... play on prints
- Cynthia Rowley Kimono with ripped frame denim light wash jeans. Bailey44 grey turtleneck shirt tucked in. Keep the kimono open. You can tie it in the back to keep it more open or tie it in the front. If tied in the front you can give yourself a little waist. Keep kimono open. The belt will define the waistline. Style it with clear perplex heeled shoes, a stiletto with a fun pop of color or white sneakers (supergas, common projects, adidas)
Date Night Idea:
Mason or Cynthia Rowley Burgundy Slip dress
Accessorize with a choker and stilettos for date
night... add a Cynthia Rowley Kimono robe to up the trend (or faux fur shawl)... keep the kimono slightly undone. One kimono sleeve off the shoulder.
Photography: Kei Moreno
Styling: Alexandra Renee Scott
Hair: Trace Henningsen
Makeup: Stevi Christine