By Danielle Naer
While actual fashion items may feel underused in 2021 so far, it’s likely that your favorite PJs are still getting plenty of extra wear. While the days, weeks, and months continue to blend together, the case for sleepwear that you’ll want to spend the day in (and daywear that you’ll want to spend the night in) has never been stronger. Not only is it de rigueur to wear silky pajama sets and robes to Zoom meetings and coffee runs, it’s now becoming a micro-trend in and of itself. To join the tide, you’ll need to refashion the cozy corner of your closet to work for everything on your agenda.
For the robes, peignoirs, silk slips, and pajama sets that everyone’s taking from day to night, scroll ahead.
Bernadette Antwerp’s silky dressing gowns are famous for their hand-painted florals. These can be worn while primping after a shower, or over a blouse and a pair of jeans for lunch.
The Fifi set comes in lightweight, cherub-printed cotton and looks chic styled as a co-ord or separately with other pieces. Pair its top with a set of distressed denim shorts, and its bottoms with a silky white blouse.
Made sustainably from trees, this set combines LoveShackFancy’s meadowy prints with Stripe & Stare’s soft, sustainable underthings. The result? A set you’ll want to cozy up in, day and night.
This versatile jumpsuit from Eberjey can be worn with woven sandals for an afternoon of shopping, or at home with a blanket for a movie night.
This silk nightshirt can be worn by day over a pair of jeans and heels — or, go bold and wear it alone as a dress with knee-high Western boots.
This intimate nightie makes for a great sultry sleepwear option, but it also has daytime potential. Style with a blazer coat, a shoulder bag, and clear sandals, 13 Going On 30 style.
All of Sleeper’s house dresses are worthy of a fairytale — its baby pink Atlanta dress included. Wear it out to lunch with a pair of soft leather ballet slippers, or with lace-up sandals.