Monki Pyjama Blouse

This season we've seen a slightly questionable trend. Wearing pyjama style garments out, giving a casual and effortless look to your outfit. Despite the look generally having a slouchy appeal, there are ways to make the style look smart and possibly suitable for work or smart occasion.

I purchased this pyjama blouse from ASOS, originally from Monki. The shirt has a black and white geometric print incorporated onto it which is really lovely and a sure way to jazz up an outfit. The shirt is made from a soft satin which gives the top a luxurious appearance when it was only £15. At first I wasn't so sure about this look, however this blouse completely won me over!





Pyjama tops aren't the only garment using this trend. The trouser has also adapted it, by using soft silky like fabrics on wide legged trouser styles. The trousers create a lovely skirt illusion as they are sometimes seen as extremely flowing.
Below are some examples of the pyjama casual trend found in other high street stores:
1. Zara                                                                                                           2. Topshop
Image 1 of STRIPED TROUSERS WITH LACES from Zara
                                                  2. ASOS
Image 1 of Ganni Pyjama Shirt in Silk

What do you think of this trend? And what do you think of my GIF?
:)

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