Pajama Dressing Is The Runway Trend That Gives Laziness The Green Light

You can literally wake up like this.

20/01/2016 3:25 AM AEDT | Updated 22/01/2016 9:20 AM AEDT

If you frequently feud with your morning alarm, there's a trend on the rise that will speak to your soul. Pajama dressing is the newest runway fad that's made for mornings when you just can't.

Seen on the runways, on celebs and even on the racks of our favorite fast fashion spots, the no-fuss look is certainly having a moment. Scroll through the pictures below to see how the trend has transitioned from the high-fashion to the accessible, and how you can get in on all the fun, too. 

Pajamas On The Runways

Seen in both New York and Paris, PJs were worn alone, accessorized with everyday pieces or mixed and matched with classic wardrobe staples. The result? Sultry, effortless looks that prove pajamas don't just belong in the bedroom. 

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Michael Kors at New York Fashion Week, Fall 2015
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Celine at Paris Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2016
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Sonia Rykiel at New York Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2016

Pajamas On The Streets

Many style-blazing celebrities have also been spotted giving the trend a try, from Selena Gomez to Kim Kardashian to Rihanna. Most wore the style in a dressy way, stepping out in a head-to-toe PJ look. 

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Selena Gomez on the streets in Paris.
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Kim Kardashian out and about in L.A.
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Rihanna out in New York City.

How You Can Wear PJs In Real Life

You don't have to step out in a full-on nighty to try this trend yourself. Pick one pajama-inspired piece and mix it in with your favorite essentials. Pair a pajama top with a pair of pleated trousers in the daytime. Edge up a silk wrap dress with a jet-black moto jacket in the evening. The key to nailing this trend is dressing for comfort, while keeping it simple and sleek. Shop a few of our favorite pieces below.  

Boutique Satin Pyjama Style Wide Leg Trousers, $210
Zara Lace Camisole Top, $22.99
Boohoo Premium Tailored Crop Pant, $35
Eloquii Circle Sleeve Wrap Dress, $110.90
Everlane The Habotai Silk Short-Sleeve, $55
Zara Fancy Cropped Jumpsuit, $22.99

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