Pajamas For Women: The No-Fuss Fun Look Of 2017


Pajamas For Women

By now, most of us are used to waking up to the morning alarm. While there is coffee and tea waiting for us (move over you nasty milk), there is a new runway trend that would attract the girl crowd every minute. pajamas for women, cutie pie as I would call it.

The Pajamas Trend

It all started with silk pajamas and drawstring elastics. The next season it was a lacy affair when it came to womens pajamas. This was followed by pretty camisoles and slip dresses. Designers have taken the pajamas trend to a new level for spring, with full pajama sets and robes, piped pajama shirts, pretty night time chemises, and little lace things. So much so that it has become socially acceptable to wear pjs in public. Plus there is a new thrill in wearing your pajamas outside of the house!


I have rounded up pajama dressing trend which will help you shop the lovely silk and cotton pairs of girls pajamas as daywear and nightwear for women.

Tracing Pajamas From Ancient Times To Present

The word ‘pajama’ finds linkage to the Persian word ‘payjama’ which means leg garment. The English people used to wear pajamas in the summers since they were made of light weight material.

Until the late 1800s, Americans were in a habit to wear a long shirt to bed. It was in the 1920s, when fashion hit the U.S. that people started to wear pajamas in the cold season since the pajamas were made of heavier materials such as wool and flannel.

Pajamas are usually made of cotton, silk, linen. There are footie pajamas too that are worn in winters.

Pajama Party Ideas

Hollywood Celebrities Loving Pajamas

Pajamas for women is the most wearable and most adorable trend which is nothing less than a runway statement.

Coco Chanel made pajama dressing a fashion statement hundred years back. And the pajama look is still fresh going by the Spring Summer 2017 runway show.

Givenchy used sensual silk and lace to elegant proportions in Pajamas, while Valentino silk pajamas have stayed in memory since last fall. Let’s check out few international celebs who have made pjs an uber cool statement.

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1. Rihanna

She has the guts to bring bed wear to the streets. And look how Rihanna’s pajama party ideas are anything but boring.

Rihanna in Pajamas

For three different occasions, Rihanna wore a silk robe, silk pajamas (short-sleeved), and a blue coloured waist-tied pajama set.

Silk Pajamas

2. Selena Gomez

She made a splash with her street style looks in pajamas. And the best part is Selena Gomez’s cute pajamas came in just over $200. Did you know that Selena is singlehandedly responsible for making Pajamas an acceptable daytime look? All you need are strappy heels and a red pout to glam things up.

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Womens Pajamas

3. Heidi Klum

Looking flawless came natural to Heidi who sported a pyjama set and flip flops in public.

Cute Pajamas

4. Cameron Diaz

For the premiere of her film Sex Tape, Cameron was spotted in silk bedroom wear.


5. Rashida Jones

Gracing the red carpet, Rashida sported her navy pajamas with simple looking pumps and an envelope clutch.

Rashida Jones in Pajamas


Pajama Types

Pick your pjs to your heart’s content with the wide range of womens pajamas.

1. Maternity Pajamas

Moms-to-be get most comfort with maternity pajamas that will make motherhood look so very cool.

Maternity Pajamas

2. Christmas Pajamas

Play your game well in part sporty and part sexy christmas pajamas which would be a nice way to celebrate Santa festival.

Girls Pajamas

3. Onesie Pajamas

Perfect for lounging around the house, onesie pajamas give you grips on the feet, so there is no fear of slipping around.

Christmas Pajamas

4. Knit Pajamas

Slip into these menswear-inspired pjs that come in ultra-comfy stretch-knit fabric along with contrasting piping.

Nightwear For Women

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