THE PYJAMA TREND: How to wear the pyjama suit

The Pyjama Suit

Master night-to-day dressing in its most sophisticated guise: the pyjama suit.

Featuring on runways everywhere for the last few seasons, we’re confident the pyjama suit will make a reappearance this London Fashion Week – this sophisticated trend is definitely worth getting out of bed for. Unexpectedly versatile, our pyjama suit can be worn for work, weekends or play – all you have to do is switch up the styling.


Take your cue from the world’s front-row when wearing yours, and keep your hair, make-up and accessories uber-polished – think the opposite of bed-time. That means strappy high heels, pretty lipstick, smoothed-out hair – and just a little bit of attitude.

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Pyjama wrap jacket; Contrast piping trousers; Cuff sandals


If you prefer to wear separates, our pyjama wrap jacket works just as well with off-duty denim as it does with the matching trousers. 

Style it with classic blue jeans (our vintage wash skinny jeans work perfectly) and our textured sleeveless top. To complete the look you’ll need a splash of colour – we’ll be wearing ours with our suede block heels in orange.


Pyjama wrap jacket; Textured sleeveless top; Vintage wash skinny jeans; Almond toe block courts


Love the PJ-inspired contrast piping trousers? We have the perfect blouse. Our ivory contrast blouse works the monochrome colour palette, but is made from an ultra-soft silky fabric that chimes with the boudoir trend.

We love the way our red leather chain shoulder bag adds a playful charm to this look.


Ivory contrast blouse; Contrast piping trousers; Cuff sandals; Chain leather shoulder