3 Easy Ways to Style The Silky Pajamas Trend

One of the top 9 spring 2021 trends we chose for women over 40 is silky pajamas. The pajamas trend is one of my favorites because not only is it comfortable, but as shown at Tom Ford, Lutz Huelle, Naeem Khan (above) and other collections, the look is modest, dramatic and chic. The silky fabrics of pajamas come in a variety of colors and prints that are substantial yet flowy. Pajamas can be worn not only as sleepwear, but as eveningwear, as daywear and as swim coverups.

How to The Wear The Pajamas Trend

Long sleeve pajama sets are wonderful for women in midlife because your arms and legs are covered and the overall fit is loose, so you will be very comfortable. But don’t feel uncomfortable about wearing pajamas in public. Just think, much of our spring and summer fashion is much more revealing. Besides, I’ll show you how to style them for three different occasions, and prove how versatile pajama outfits can be. You don’t have to invest a lot to try this trend, either. I found a few sets for under $35 on Amazon so you can try several. Or you can get one pair of more expensive pajamas and style it all three ways.

3 Ways to Style The Pajamas Trend for Women Over 40

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Look 1. Pajamas As Eveningwear

This look is perfect for cocktails on a patio or poolside, tuck one of the tails into your pants, for a casual French tuck look. You may opt to wear a tank top under the top in case you feel warm and want to remove or unbutton the pajama top. Slip on a pair of heels, grab a shiny clutch bag, and throw on some oversized earrings and you will have a casual chic evening look in an instant.

Shop the Pajamas for Evening Look:

Natori Cheetah Printed Satin Notch-Collar Pajama Set, now $135

Deepa by Deepa Gurnani Rain Earrings, $60

Ted Baker London Adyai Crystal Embellished Evening Bag, $149

Vince Camuto Brelanie Sandal, $98.95

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Look 2. Pajamas As Daywear

Wear your pajama set under a jacket, slip on a pair of closed toe slides, tuck in the top and add a belt. The pajamas will look like a jumpsuit. Grab your bag and you are ready for anything from going to your office to going to lunch alfresco.

Shop the Pajamas for Day Look:

TOP-MAX Womens Silk Satin Pajamas Set, $35.99

H&M Fitted Blazer, $34.99

Free People Reese Mule, $98

Madewell Medium Perfect Leather Belt, $45

Prime Original Women’s Chain Pouch Bag, $39.99

 

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Look 3. Pajamas As A Swim Coverup

Take a cue from Tom Ford and wear your pajama set over your swimwear. Grab a large hat, your beach tote, sunglasses and flat sandals and you can walk onto the beach or through the hotel to the pool in style.

Shop the Pajamas As Swim Coverup Look:

Tony And Candice Store Women’s Classic Satin Pajama Set, $25.99

Sea Level Cross Front One-Piece Swimsuit, $89.95

San Diego Hat Collapsible Crown Sun Hat, $53

Cougar Prato Slide Sandal, $80

Target Universal Thread™ Straw Circle Tote Handbag, $32

Shop All 3 Pajama Looks Here:

Are you going to try the silky pajama trend for spring? Which is your favorite look and how would you style it?

Carol Calacci

You may also like to read Pajama Trends For Spring 2021 That Will Make You Feel Fabulous and 9 Of The Worst Spring 2021 Fashion Trends For Women Over 40.

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