If you’re on a long-haul flight, wearing fashionable but uncomfortable clothes are probably not the best choice unless you’re planning to fidget around throughout the flight to get the most comfy seating position. And if you are planning to sleep on the flight, a comfy choice of clothes is a given. We’d like to wear a spaghetti top and shorts if we could, but being Singaporean, we know we wouldn’t be able to withstand the cold temperatures in the plane. What else can you do? Why not take a leaf out of EXO’s Kai’s book? The idol group member was photographed wearing Muji pyjamas on board a flight from Dubai to Seoul.
— EXO Kai (@DMJongin) January 18, 2018
Of course, he’s not the first to have done this. We’ve spotted quite a number of people wearing pyjamas at the airport, especially on red-eye flights. Of course, pyjamas are generally not the most stylish outfit ever, but here are more stylish ones that can pass off as co-ords.
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Chelsea Peers Palm Print Pyjama Set, $89.90, Zalora
Look like you’re wearing something from a resort collection with this palm trees print PJs. Match it with a crossbody and you’ll look beach-ready!
‘Au Revoir’ Heart Embroidered Pyjamas, $63.90, Topshop
A tee-with-pants combo is one of the best ways to look like you’re not wearing a pyjama. Remember to bring a sweater with you to keep up the cold.
Chelsea Peers Night Sky Long Pyjama Set, $82.90, Zalora
If you’re worried about looking like you just rolled out of bed, go for darker colours like this PJ set, so you can avoid looking frumpy.
Dark Floral Pyjama Set, $80.80, Topshop
Shrug on a sweater and you’d have nailed your OOTD! Just be sure to match it with a solid-coloured bag so you don’t look like a walking mess.
EBERJEY Gisele stretch-modal jersey pajamas, US$143.32 ($189), Net-a-porter
Rock the pyjama trend (literally) with this sweet pastel hue. Shrug on a blazer-style jacket and no one would be able to tell you’re wearing PJs.
Floral Print Pyjama Set, $69.90, Topshop
If prints are your style, you might like this set, which actually looks quite chic!
DKNY The Match Up polka-dot washed-satin pajama set, US$93.71 ($123.60), Net-a-porter
This is a bit hard to pull off, so if you lack confidence, trade the bottom for a pair of sweatpants so you’ll just look like you’re wearing a printed shirt.
Dorothy Perkins Unicorn Print Twosie Pyjama Set, $83.90, Zalora
You just can’t go wrong with unicorn-anything. And with a sweatshirt on, you probably can skip the outerwear!