You say pajama.

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I say jammies. And these pants may or may not be pajama pants. I mentioned before that I’ve been adventuring into thrift store territory that I had always ignored. The sweatpants aisle! I found this red polka dotted pair a couple of weeks ago and have been trying to make them work time after time, before it finally occurred to me that I needed to dress them up in order not to feel as though I literally rolled out of bed and onto the streets. Voila! Comfort to the max.

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O U T F I T   D E T A I L S :

  • Pants, Belt, Blouse: thrifted
  • Hat: Secret Past Vintage (Cuyahoga Falls, OH)
  • Shoes: Urban Outfitters ’10

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11 Responses

  1. jaclyn says:

    ooo, love the lips. very pretty.

  2. Cheryl says:

    That outfit is asking to be taken to the beach, or on a cruise.

  3. only you could make pajama pants look so stylin’. i love the colors in these photos.

  4. love it
    Kel @ ser?en?dip?i?ty

  5. girl you so cute. im plannin maybe two trips to cincinattii this summer for a wedding/recording and album. DO YOU LIVE NEAR THERE
    huh huh. we could be real life frenz
    kels

  6. elsie says:

    you’re so cool! XO

  7. I really like the idea of dressing up sweat pants. I’ve seen it done a couple times now, and I think I may have to try and get up the nerve to do it too. You look lovely, and did a wonderful job styling your awesome sweat pants.

  8. Joy says:

    Oh gosh I really need to go thrifting! I love all the tiny details of the outfit – you look amazing!

  9. Zel says:

    i love how it looks comfortable yet so chic at the same time. Lovely hat too :)

  10. well compared to how most people wear their “jammies” in public, I’d say you make them very fashionable and beautiful!!

  11. Pyjamas says:

    Looking very gorgeous in the Pyjamas. It looks like a charming girl. I use to wear the pajama whenever I am at my home. It looks pretty much good to me.