She styled the low-cut lace-trimmed satin chemise with a denim jacket, fresh Converse kicks, and at least seven pieces of modest bling. Her hair was organized in a perfect cone-shaped upward mound.
It all seems casual, but it wasn’t inconspicuous because everyone noticed it. We can interpret the perfect fit of the gown, and the way her curls frame her face as proof that she did actually think about this look. She likely considered changing into real clothes, but then thought of the page 1 newspaper potential of some expensive sleepwear. It works, and it’s one of her most accessible looks to date. If I wore silky pajamas out, I think I’d look like I escaped from a mental hospital, but maybe this will help you decide if you could pull it off. Talk amongst yourselves.
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