I first saw printed “pajama” looks featured on my favorite magazines early last month and then quickly, they´re worn on the streets. I couldn´t help but adore this playful and comfy trend.
It looks chic and cool on print but sometimes, as it translates to street looks, they´re done wrong. It´s easy to look like you´ve overslept and just jumped off the bed. But don´t get alarmed, this season´s statement wear actually requires only simple tricks to wear it right.
Remember to Balance
You might think that wide-leg printed silk pants are extra-loud but in order to not get engulfed but the print, balance your pajama pants with a sleeveless white top. It tones down both the print and length of the pants.
Go for Complimentary Pieces
Tap the elements of an artful printed track pants with complimentary pieces such as a silk satin top, pastel vest, and crystal-embellished suede sandals.
Printed silk trackpants
Dress Up with the Right Accessories
A soft tee and slouchy printed pants worn as is defines the real “pajama” connotation. It´s the last thing you´d like. But if accessorized with a structured cross-body bag, stacks of necklaces and cute sandals (preferably matching your bag), then you wear this trend glammed up.
Throw Over a Blazer
The quickest way to salvage a slouchy printed pants is to wear a black blazer under a muted tank top. Wear a pair of nude pointed heels, black clutch and few but edgy jewelries.
Create an Evening Look
A wide-leg pair of colored pants covered with a baroque-style print paired with a leather top is a great alternative for eveningwear. Wear with statement sandals to embrace fully this season´s “pajama” trend.
Shoes are Key
Give an outfit the right shoes and it can conquer the world. Let your printed pants float out by wearing with it a white top and killer black ankle boots.
A piece of advice, only go for silk or jersey printed pajama pants. Keep the cotton PJs only for nap time.
Have Your Say
So tell me Creative Fashionistas, what do think of printed “pajama” pants? How would you wear this trend?