Many people may feel confused or just consider the writer stupid in general after reading the topic. Just the mental image of comprehending the fact that sleepwear can be converted to streetwear is a difficult one for many people to comprehend. Some may even be wondering why one would even want to do that.
Well, people if you have read till here then I would request you to keep on reading till the very end to find the correct answer to your question.
In this era of the pandemic, our sleepwear became our new best friend and hence, it also became socially acceptable to step foot outside your door wearing whatever you wore to bed that night. This is the best news for the lazy-bazies out there. We cannot even describe the luxury that it is to wear your pajamas outside your home.
Now, let us discuss how you can stay cozy in your pajamas yet not compromise on the style and chicness of your attire. First, let’s discuss a little about gender-based sleepwear.
Sleepwear for men, generally includes night-suits, t-shirts, boxers, or no-clothes. The no-clothes are definitely something that is ruled out as streetwear. Sleepwear for women generally includes nighties, night suits, t-shirts, shorts, boxers, etc.
No matter what gender there are certain types of sleepwear that may never be considered streetwear appropriate. However, silk nightwear for women has often been up for debate as the question has arisen about how something so elegant and sexy be kept for sleepwear for women.
Especially plus size sleepwear in silk is so beautiful and out of this world and makes the curves of plus-size women stand out. It should be a crime to keep art like this away from the streets.
So, first, you can buy a satin or silk sleep shirt which can then be paired with a camisole and some leggings and boots. Just add a bit of jewellery and you can convert this piece of sleepwear for women into cool streetwear.
Second, for men they can get their t-shirts and lowers and put on a sports jacket with some snazzy sneakers and what do you know, the nightwear for men that was so comfy to sleep in is now hip enough to wear out on the street too.
Third, one for nightwear of women again. The striped night-suit set can easily be paired with some heeled boots and a trench coat with a messy bun. You can accessories a bit with some dangly earrings and well you are good for work or run an errand.
Fourth, there is this new kind of sleepwear; they are like jumpsuits with piping and long cuffs. I believe they are nightwear for women majorly but they can be night-wear for men too if the right size is found.
A blogger once was discussing she got into the habit of wearing her sleepwear as streetwear and she discussed this point of how accessorising correctly is important to carry out your look. If you are wearing printed pajamas then you need to accessories them with items in plain pop colors. It should not be printed with any other patterns. If it does then your sleepwear won’t make it to streetwear.
There are more options in nightwear for women then there are in the nightwear for men section. This gives men a very narrow list of sleepwear that they could use to convert to streetwear.
Sleepwear for women can be combined with lingerie to create a color clash. Satin nightgowns or slip-dresses are always available in bold-pop colors and pairing them with pop colored lingerie will give you a chic streetwear style.
Hope these itty-bitty ideas will help you take over your streets with your sleep wear in style.