And today, when I got out of bed it was almost midday (that may be normal on a Sunday for most people, but I rarely sleep past 9 o'clock. I have to go out this evening but I'm still wearing my pyjamas. Oh, the shame.
As I wondered if it might be a good idea to get dressed, I got to thinking about the function of pyjamas. Primarily required to sleep in, their number one priority is for warmth and comfort. Of course, in certain situations a level of sexiness might come in useful. But when it gets to the point that you're so worn out from the week's activities, and you no longer have the energy or motivation to get dressed - and this appears to be happening to me more and more - might it be a good idea to have some more stylish sleeping garb?
I was inspired by enc's post about 'aspiring to lounge'. Wouldn't it be nice to wear a beautiful silk or cashmere kimono whilst dutifully lazing about? You could be a glamorous old-Hollywood movie star and do housework at the same time.
'Silk Robe' by Louis Icart - 1926
Topshop, as per usual, have recognised our need to have glamorous loungewear and have come up trumps with an Embroidered Nude Silk Robe.Just make sure you don't spill your tea or biscuits on it.