In all honesty, this article was supposed to be about what to wear to spring parties, showers, and graduations.  As you know, all of these events were canceled….including our grandson, Evan’s, graduation from pre-school.  #SadLolley.

So, when is it considered too late in the day to stay in your pajamas?  Asking for a friend!  On that happy note….show me a cute pajama set, and I’ll show you a reason to stay in them all day long.  I love/love/love Shop Bop’s selection of sleepwear.  And yes, they are on the pricey side, but if you’re staying in them all day or all week long, I’m pretty sure you’ll be getting your money’s worth.  

Like a weighted blanket, a robe is a cozy way to feel safe.  And feeling safe is essential these days.  Don’t you agree?  BedHead Pajamas offers the perfect spring/summer robe in a blue or pink stripe.  We think matching robe and pajama sets are the ultimate in sleepwear.  From Draper James’ blue gingham pajama/robe set to Saks Fifth Avenue’s cami/PJ/robe set….coziness never looked so fashionable!

Whoever invented sleep pants is my hero!  Besides being ultra-comfy, all you need to add is a tee or sweatshirt.  So here’s a little tip:  If you already have pajama sets, think about pairing the pants with a tee, repurposing at its best!  We are smitten with Anthropologie’s selection of sleep pants, and especially their harem pants are so adorable!  And if you love luxury, then you’re going to love their tiger blossom pants. 

Remember back in the day, (like in January 2020), when we thought loungewear was something the affluent wore?  Not anymore.  Since we’re quarantined at home, we too can take time to lounge!  Bahia’s kimono wrap with fringe is ideal for indoor and outdoor lounging.  Have you heard of the brand, Young Fabulous & Broke?  Their flowy tie-dyed caftan dress says one thing to me – lifestyles of the rich and famous!  

So the answer to my question is this, you can stay in your PJs as long as you like.  Just be sure to add a little glam, kinda like the rich and famous! 

Holley Williams is a personal stylist specializing in closet inventory, seasonal shopping, and wardrobe consultation.  Be sure to check her Holley Williams Style on Pinterest.  Contact Holley at [email protected].