Two off my favourite trends this Autumn are the Pyjama trend and flared sleeves.
Inspired by fashion weeks street style, I paired the two trends together.
Finding the flare that suites you is important. Some of the drastically flared sleeves I saw during Fashion Weeks, were ridiculous leaving me thinking "how are you going to eat with those sleeves" to imagining them rolling their sleeves up, almost to their shoulders before they go to the toilet.
Grim, but very true.
So YES to these basic tops with frills;
(also available in black)
Taking the flared sleeve trend to every day
realistic life. I hunted high and low for mini flared sleeves.
And oh boy am I happy with them.
With the resemblance of a choir boys neck - I was chuffed.
THE PYJAMA TREND
This is a trend that for me has been in my wardrobe since I can remember. However it used to be more for nights out. I would opt for a little slip dress that would resemble what my Mum called a nightie.
To see it more and more on street style blogs inspires me all the time.
I especially love the PJ style shirts.
ASOS honestly have this trend covered, so I've only shared my top pyjama styles from them;
(^Ive got the orange shirt)
Wearing PYJAMA STYLE TWO PIECE
Off course this two piece isn't the average day to day outfit. But for an evening outfit or something for a formal event. It has you covered. Just make sure you have a good sized pair of heels underneath
(or longer legs than me).
If its a two piece you're after;
Styling and words by myself
Photography by Siobhan Maroney
MISSGUIDED PYJAMA STYLE WIDE LEG TROUSERS
MISSGUIDED PIPED SLEEVLESS LONG WAISTCOAT
CHANEL BOY BAG