I recently bit the bullet and splurged on this embroidered pyjama blouse. At £49, it was a big decision but so worth it. I just know this is going to be a top that will be worn all the time during the next few months and I’m sure later on in the year it will be used as a layering piece for the colder months.
The pyjama style is still big this season and that’s probably because the relaxed fit works for both day wear and evening wear. I decided to team this TopShop blouse tucked very slightly into some mid wash denim skinny jeans from Zara for a 90s feel – I’m thinking Kate Moss in the 90s. By tucking your kimono sleeved blouse very slightly at the front it helps to draw on a masculine style yet looks very casual-chić.
The soft floral embroidery gives the blouse an oriental on trend touch. This blouse comes in a monochrome blouse as well, but I think the rose hue has more character and looks a little bit more expensive.
The boxy cut of the blouse will look great worn over an a-line pink or white skirt, sandals and a longline shoulder bag in an off white shade for a more off duty spring style. For now you could always wear a longline sleeveless blazer over the shirt to draw more attention to the kimono feminine sleeves and to highlight the intricate detail of the floral pattern.
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