Going out in pajama pants – the fashion for homewear that fascinates everyone
Going out in pajama pants is a trend that conquers everyone, not just the laziest fashionistas. And if you threw a coat over your pajamas for a nightly hangover or ordered two different Deliveroos on the same day; if you closed the curtains and stayed at home on a sunny day to view Sex and the city By voluntarily ignoring the underwear that accumulates around you, you unconsciously follow a new trend: “hot lazy summer.”
If you have indulged in one or more of the above activities, you have officially entered lazy summer. The sexy sloth doesn’t plan his outfits based on the wrong shoe theory, but simply wears what’s closest to the bed.
Lily Rose Depp and Bella Hadid in pajama bottoms
Perhaps an inevitable reaction to the ongoing debate about “hidden wealth” clothing (i.e., the idea of investing in simple, luxurious pieces in neutral hues that speak rather than scream about the wearer’s financial situation), celebrities and fashion insiders are taking on this listless air. . Celebrities wear shades of gray that hint at a black sock tossed in the wash and would make Brunello Cucinelli’s cashmere king turn pale.
A reference not so much to Kendall Jenner, who took over the lingerie trend last November, than to outerwear, in Bottega Veneta panties, in a look that nevertheless seemed structured, but to Lily-Rose Depp, photographed in Los Angeles. Angeles in grandma’s wedges and a pair of cotton boxers that should have been hidden in the back of the panty drawer. And Sophie Turner, professing her love for the new Louis Vuitton bag, wore a ribbed tank top tied at the back, lace-trimmed pajama bottoms, and loose braided hair. It could be the discounted Etam pants you bought in 2005 or the shapeless Brandy Melville tank top you wore for ten years. You go out without pants because you’re too lethargic to pick them up off the bedroom floor!
While we were all absorbing the luxury of the Quiet, this undemanding look emerged like a long-forgotten sock from the bottom of a laundry basket. Celebrities all seem to be addicted to ugg boots (like Bella Hadid, who wore comfy boots with white shorts in May), elastic hair bands (again, Hadid, but also Kaia Gerber and Alexia Demi) and Bottega Veneta socks.
Street styler Lucy Williams roams the streets of London in pink linen ankle-tie trousers, while Camille Charrière saunters in wide-leg Adidas tracksuits that drag across the floor. This is the latest evolution of aesthetics. Exhausted Englishwomana micro-trend that went viral on TikTok last winter, focusing on the baggy trousers worn by Bridget Jones to Kate Winslet’s tight scarves Love doesn’t go on vacation.
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This article was originally published in British Vogue.