PJs for Days OOTD

PJsforDays_2Today I’m proving there’s nothing wrong with wearing pyjamas all day – you just need to style them right! I got these trousers from a charity shop and I’m pretty sure they’re PJs but I love them as printed comfy trousers for daytime. They’ve got a neon stripe down the side so have a tiny hint of modern tux and I adore them. 

PJsforDays_5The accessories were vital in making this outfit not just a casual PJ look, but a fashionable daytime outfit. I added my current obsession – my red fake Chanel bag from Thailand, and these awesome black and gold embellished sunglasses. They’ve got such a D&G vibe if you ask me…. 

PJsforDays_4The top is a lovely soft jersey oversized tee that I knew I had to buy as soon as I felt the fabric. It’s only simple but it’s a great staple, and I’d always recommend choosing soft fabrics whenever you can.

PJsforDaysMy absolute favourite piece of jewellery at the moment is my gold BOSS necklace – it’s simple and chic but also really playful and modern.

PJsforDays_6This was a perfect comfy outfit for thrifting so took a big pile of donations, and went to get some bargains on Ashley Road!

PJsforDays_7Outfit breakdown

Cream jersey top – 99p – Waggy Tails charity shop, Ashley Road, Poole

Black, white and neon jersey trousers – £1.50 – Lewis Manning charity shop, Wimborne, Poole

Black and white polka dot flats – £6 – H&M

Gold BOSS necklace – £4 – eBay – get it here!

Red ‘Chanel’ handbag – £15 – Koh Lanta market, Thailand

Black and gold sunglasses – £1 – Waggy Tails charity shop, Ashley Road, Poole

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how do you dress up your casual clothes? comment below!

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