The pyjama trend is now huge and I'm a massive fan. It was a big trend in womenswear last season and now it seems to be as influential in menswear. A lot of designers at this year's fifth LFWM showed off their P.J style clothing and even certain high street brands are now in on the act. Soft silk shirts and trousers normally just worn in the bedroom have now been tweaked and are now acceptable to wear on the street.

I've chosen this pyjama shirt from All Saints to explain the trend. As you can see it's a pretty sweet shirt with subtle hints of nightwear. The rounded open collar and the white piping which stretches the length of the shirt screams old school PJ's. The thin piping is also repeated on the cuffs of the shirt too.

As you can see I've worn the shirt two ways, firstly open with a white t-shirt underneath, which compliments the piping detail. Secondly, I buttoned the shirt up while keeping the t-shirt underneath for a less formal, more relaxed vibe. Paired with a ripped skinny's and my favourite western boots I think it still makes for a killer outfit.

The shirt is made of viscose and is slightly laundered which gives it a very soft feel, like a silk pyjama top, it's very comfortable to wear and move in. The 'Brummel' shirt is now reduced to £54 from £90. I bought this shirt in a small and it's a great fit.

Worn fastened up or unbuttoned the P.J shirt is very versatile and in my opinion looks super cool styled either way. All Saints also produce this shirt in a 'battle brown' but to be honest I think the jet black is way better! I've left a link below if you want to check out both colours click here.

I really like the P.J look and can't wait to try more styles out! I'd love to know your thoughts on the P.J shirt or if you've spotted some even cooler versions elsewhere.


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