|Gisele Bundchen for H&M Spring 2011 campaign, in a floral printed pajama-inspired bottom.|
Read more on this trend on my San Francisco - Examiner.com page!
|H&M pajama inspired pants, vintage belt, Nordstrom lace top, Michael Kors watch and Sam Edelman clogs.|
1. Think Casual Ease: To further support this pajama trend look, aim to pair your pajama inspired pants with a simple top. Wearing basic tee's or casual shirts with minimal detailing works best, especially because most pajama inspired bottoms are printed. You always want the focus to lay in the pajama inspired clothing article.
2. Be Prim & Proper: To strive away from a literal "pajama" look, always ensure that you look prim and proper before heading out the door. Meaning make sure you look well-put together, and that you're mixing up your pajama inspired clothing with key pieces that don't look so "pajama-y". (in my case, my clogs and vintage belt).
3. Top it off with a Blazer: A simple blazer is the easiest way to create a sophisticated edge to a pajama inspired outfit. Because pajama inspired clothing is also loose and flowy, the structured blazer will help break up proportions.