Suhad Shtayyeh
Amman, April 29, 2016
by Suhad Shtayyeh

This Is How Celebrities Wear The Pajama Trend In Real Life


With photographers following their every move, and fashion editors just waiting for them to make a fashion faux pas. It’s interesting to see how celebrities will actually wear the pajama trend in real life. This week was full of pajama inspired fashion, from Karlie Kloss’ pajama-inspired pants to Alexa Chung’s negligee party dress.

Definitely the most interesting take on the trend was Jamie King’s Roksanda ruffle two piece. In a solid deep purple, the white stitching at the leg, hip and sleeve were a tell tale sign that this ensemble was inspired by the night-time trend.

Whitney Port in a printed pajama pant suit at the Schutz opening in LA, opted for no top underneath her jacket, showing enough skin to make it look daytime glamorous. Her cropped pant and criss-cross ethnic inspired sandals shifting the look from ‘good night’ to ‘good day’.

Roxie Nafousi in a creme belted pantsuit inspired by a robe de chambre, with its black piping and knot tied belt was perfect for the Kate Spade opening in London.

Last but not least Charlotte de Carle wore a pajama print inspired ensemble to the 'Magnum Double' launch in London. Her urban streetwear vibe took her look away from the bedroom, but still hinted at it.


Pyjama Trend
Alexa Chung at Villoid Garden Tea Party, on April 21 '16
Pyjama Trend
Charlotte De Carle at 'Magnum Double' Launch Event, on April 20 '16
Pyjama Trend
Jaime King at Glamour's Game Changers Lunch, on April 20 '16
Pyjama Trend
Karlie Kloss Out And About, on April 26 '16
Pyjama Trend
Roxie Nafousi at Kate Spade New York Flagship Store Opening Party, on April 21 '16
Pyjama Trend
Whitney Port at Schutz Beverly Hills Opening, on April 21 '16



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