Celebrities Can't Stop Wearing Pajamas in Public (Here's How to Copy Their Looks!)

If you spend your weekends binging the latest Netflix obsession and have to begrudgingly unglue your body from the couch to throw on a black tee, jeans and a moto jacket (a.k.a. the lazy weekend uniform) to go out on Saturday nights, then you’re going to be very excited about fashion’s newest obsession: party-ready PJs. We’ve seen a slew of stars (Jessica Alba, Wiz Khalifa, Naomi Campbell) step out in classic silk pajama sets to hit up dinner parties, night clubs and more, and we’re thinking this may be the absolute easiest trend of all time to replicate. See below for the complete celebrity guide to pajama party dressing.

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Alba keeps her “spring break dinner fashions” casual and comfy in an H&M striped suit which she says “looks and feels like pajamas.” But she keeps it chic (rather than couch-bound) thanks to some smart styling, pairing the suit with Céline espadrille wedges and fresh-from-the-beach loose waves. The best part? You can try the trend without spending a fortune because both her H&M jacket, $99 and bottoms, $69.99 are available to buy now. (Her Who What Wear for Target clutch, also a bargain, is sadly sold out.)

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Wiz Khalifa


The mark of a true style setter is one whose pants are so cool, they can even stop a Kanye West Twitter rant dead in its tracks. Wiz Khalifa is just that guy, so naturally he’d be the first to make #wizwearscoolPJs a thing we’d totally want to copy. Mismatched bottoms and tops makes the look very unfussy, and the style is comfy enough to rage in … as well as to nurse a hangover in the next day.

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We had to do a double take before we even realized Zoë Kravitz was wearing PJs on her way to the airport. And that’s because she paired a dark blue silk set with a navy overcoat and coordinating black accessories, keeping everything muted and minimal (and we suspect, way more comfortable than squeezing into too-tight yoga pants!).

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And finally, there’s Dolce & Gabbana’s fashion week pajama party that attracted big name stars wearing their bedroom best. And with a bash as star-studded as this one, there was plenty of boudoir-inspired inspo to absorb.

First, let’s take Nicole Richie. When you’re already in a brightly-colored all-over floral print you really need to go big or go home with your accessories, as she demonstrates with that bejeweled headband.

Then there’s the sexiest way to get in on the trend, by really going for an “intimate apparel” vibe (re: Joan Small’s open lace bralette).

If your nighttime attire consist of more nightgowns than button-down, that’s still a hot look at the moment too — a slinky slip dress works best with an oversize fur (à la Amber Valletta).

And finally, Naomi Campbell takes the most classic approach to the entire craze with simple standard silk PJs that she gives some subtle sex appeal via heels and a little black lace.

What do you think of the pajama trend? Will you try it out next weekend? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

— Colleen Kratofil

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