How to Wear Pajama Pants in Public

Le ChateauPajamas pants are not just for sleeping at night or lounging at home in the daytime. The new trend since the new millennium is to wear them in public.

It’s so comfortable wearing loose, lightweight pajama pants because it feels like I’m not wearing anything. In hot weather these pants are cooler than shorts or capri pants.

While shopping at Le Chateau (Canadian clothing store) looking for a red dress for the Rumba performance dance I am learning, I got sidetracked and found these pajama-style pants.

Black and white always gets my attention and this fabulous print had me sold.

Le Chateau pants

I wore a black top for a dramatic look: silver jewellery and silver stilettos.

pajama pants

And a white top for a summery look.

playground

Β From shopping to the playground with my grandson, these are perfect.

playground

Great pants for pole dancing.

pole dancing

My grandson, the photographer.

my grandson

He’s not only a great photographer, but he teaches me tricks on our bikes on the way home from the park.

bike trick

bike

I now have 5 pajama pants in my wardrobe. And all of them are black and white.

I would never wear frumpy, flannel pajama pants, not even to sleep.Β  The important thing is the fabric and pattern. Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh belong in bed. However, there are classy prints that make wearing PJ pants in public a fashion statement as well as being convenient and comfortable. Add some bling, accessories and pretty shoes to complete the outfit; making it stylish to wear in the house or on the go.

What’s your opinion?

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About carmen

Beauty is only skin deep, but health goes deep to the bones. Money can buy designer clothes, but it can’t buy health. https://fashionableover50.wordpress.com/
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23 Responses to How to Wear Pajama Pants in Public

  1. ToryBri says:

    WOW Carmen, you’re a dare devil on that bike! Or should I say you’re a very fashionable dare devil on that bike. Those PJ pants look amazing! Of course comfort is an added bonus to them already being stylish. I might even consider a look something along these lines for me.

    Thanks for sharing your amazing fashion and youth.

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  2. Jess says:

    woohoo Pretty woman! Love the black and white look Carmen, a very chic look, the mix of white top the silver sandals, one would never know! I was glad to see they weren’t pajama pants with cows and little footies ! haha. ( i used to wear those as a kid!) Love the pics too

    please stop by
    jess xx
    http://www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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  3. Great post! Can you link ip up at Top of the World Style here http://highlatitudestyle.com/2015/05/07/hsn-sigrid-olsen-review-linkup/ Thanks

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  4. Bob says:

    Wow….you are perpetually full of surprises….so entertaining…..pajama pants incognito…..my perception is that I have seen the pants you are wearing in the park…throughout the main part of the blog….and did not even know that they were pajama pants…..forget the pole dancing….ha ha….come dance the rumba performance dance with me.

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    • carmen says:

      Thank you Bob! You are quite right, you saw my new pants in dance class this week! It’s important that P.J pants are somewhat in disguise, they must keep people guessing or better yet, not even know. I don’t want a look the says, hey-I’m-wearing-my-pajamas-in-public.

      Have fun dancing tonight!

      ❀ carmen

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  5. utesmile says:

    We don’t have such stylish p j pants here…. they look great! Love your trick on the bike… Grandchildren keep you young! πŸ™‚

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    • carmen says:

      WHAT?? NO stylish P.J. bottoms? OMGoodness! Order some online; be the one to start a new trend! πŸ˜€ Seriously, you will love them!

      You’re right about grandchildren keeping us young, Gotta love ’em!

      ❀ carmen

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      • utesmile says:

        On line that is an idea! The thing is though, I am tall and usually have extra long leg. So I need to find some long ones or then shorter more over the ankle otherwise it looks silly. I will check it out…. πŸ™‚

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  6. Love!! But my pjs don’t look like that. Hmmmm. I think I need you as my stylist!! You’ll be making a trip to Fl soon, right? Just add me to your itinerary!

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  7. Ralph says:

    Great for siestas for the woman on the go πŸ˜‰ Night, night my friend. xox ❀

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  8. Beautiful pants ;love them. πŸ™‚

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  9. karenstrand says:

    I just love your playground pics with your grandson! So I’m wondering, are pajama pants the same thing as palazzo pants? I really like these on you, and especially like the 3rd photo in the grouping. I think you have just convinced me to look for a pair!

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    • carmen says:

      Thank you Karen! Palazzo pants have wider legs than pajama pants but they can be the same fabric and look similar. Some pajama pants are narrow, but palazzo pants are always wide. I have two pairs of palazzo pants, one is lace and the other is cotton.

      You will love them! The comfiest fashion trend!

      ❀ carmen

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  10. Shybiker says:

    Very cute pants. I’d wear them. Black-and-white is always stylish.

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    • carmen says:

      Thank you! Glad you like them. Pajama pants are for everyone! Originally from India, so cool and comfie!

      Have a lovely day!

      ❀ carmen

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