One Pyjama Shirt, Three Ways |
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Nightwear as daywear has been a fashion favourite for a while now, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down, with the style set turning to pyjama shirts for an alternative take on the classic silk blouse. For an affordable version, opt for Dorothy Perkins’ monochrome piece, with a slinky black texture and white piping detail making this the versatile way to sport the trend. 
Here’s how to style this effortless piece…



The pyjama look is ideal for off-duty, so use your blouse to elevate a casual edit. Add trackies, white sneakers and a throw on coat for a relaxed look.

Camel Classic Coat, £41.25 (was £55)
Mono Piped Wrap Jacket, £34.20 (was £38)
White Front Piped Jogger, £18.75 (were £25)
Rose Gold Cady Lace Up Trainers, £16.50 (was £22)
Black Faux Fur Pom Beanie, £10.80 (was £12)
Grey Chevron Knitted Scarf, £9 (was £12)



Dress up the piece by teaming it with leather skinnies and a statement clutch, add a decadent faux fur coat for extra warmth.

Black Plush Coat, £47.20 (was £59)
Mono Piped Wrap Jacket, £34.20 (was £38)
Black Leather Pull On Treggings, £20 (were £25)
Black Ashe Heel Boots, £35.10 (were £39)
Gold Multirow Hoop Earrings, £5.20 (were £6.50)
Black Floral Frame Clutch Bag, £19.80 (was £22)


Pair with suit trousers and a basic body, keeping accessories bright and bold for an contemporary evening look.

Lace Front Cami Body, £3 (was £16)
Mono Piped Wrap Jacket, £34.20 (was £38)
Black & White Piped Trousers, £20 (were £25)
Glitter Roll Bar Clutch Bag, £22.50 (was £25)
Rose Gold Torque Necklace, £8 (was £10)
Ariana Velvet Boots, £36 (were £45)



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