Styling Nightwear as Daywear

Welcome back to another post in the fashion category! This post is more casual and more of a style I’m currently in love with… nightwear as daywear.

Nightwear has become quite a trend, with celebrities such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jessica Alba joining in and creating their own unique statements. For me, personally, I feel like it’s either a hit or a miss. You can be brave and go head to toe (not literally) in pyjamas or go halves like I did. 

I’ve been waiting for the right moment to wear this blouse. It’s been hanging in my wardrobe for so long that I’ve forgotten I even had it. I made the purchase during a sale on the Missguided website. It came as a pyjama set, so I got the matching shorts to go with it. I ordered a size 4, however, I find that it is too big for me, so I have to constantly keep rolling up the sleeves to my desired fit, but that’s not the biggest problem, as it can always be fixed.


My favourite thing about this blouse is the low V-neck neckline which is very flattering when it comes to styling a statement piece. I added a layered gold necklace to make my décolletage look less bare and some sunglasses and rings from Mei Mi Studio (check out their instagram @meimistudio) to glam up the outfit. The boldest piece for this outfit was definitely the bumbag, which is a different shade of pink to the blouse. It’s my most favourite accessory to pair this outfit with as it doesn’t stand out as much and I am able to use it as a belt for my jeans and, at the same time, as a little bag to carry my essentials. 


For an evening look, I would pair this blouse with some hot pink paper bag trousers (you can never have too much pink) and some nude perspex heels with a small red clutchbag, to accentuate the red flowers on the blouse. 


Outfit: Top (part of a set)- Missguided, Rings (3 individual ones) – Mei Mi Studio, Necklace (similar) – Missguided, Bumbag (similar) – Topshop, Jeans (similar) – Primark, Sunglasses – Topshop