Saturday, September 7, 2013


silk printed pajama blouse: ZARA STUDIOS
white shirt: ZARA
baroque printed tie: GIANFRANCO FERRE VINTAGE
linen striped shorts: ZARA
leather bag: ACNE STUDIOS
patent leather derbies: (similar one here from MARNI)
classic eyeglasses: RAY-BAN

Blame it on a very-late-to-the-game inspiration from Simone Marchetti’s street style photos of going full-throttle in wearing pajama set as well as other talented fashionistas, the seemingly nonsense pajama chic comes into trend throughout the recent seasons. What’s more, the vivid interpretation of Marc Jacobs, who tended to design a complete shocking pajama collection for Louis Vuitton, also profoundly enhanced the trend of pajama chic. As a huge fan of paneled pants, the silver linings over the sets are just too appealing to get over. Leave it all to sleepwear!

INSPIRATION Simone Marchetti wearing head-to-toe pajama set during Milan Fashion Week / Marc Jacobs designed a shocking pajama collection for Louis Vuitton and interpreted pajama chic as well/ Natalia Joos matches her leopard pajama suit with an oversized patterned coat

ITEM ON THE LIST OLIVIA VON HALLIE Alba Maria printed pajama sets / STELLA MCCRTNEY patent leather booties with leopard heels / VALENTINO studded leather derbies

It does work out when going full-throttle in wearing pajama set, since silk pajamas are originally a sort of fancy sophistication. On the other hand, however, I’m not intended to dress like a funky dumpy who has just waken up and started to wander around for some leisure fun. Patent leather, especially for shoes, comes to my sight in the first place cuz its stunning texture is an edgy contrast to the soft silk. Still, some formal dressing elements as the slim-fit white shirt, printed tie, and leather bag ought to be matchy-matchy for a dashing ensemble, while accessorizing heavily with metallic cuffs( which I’d like to have a try) is somehow strongly recommended.