COMFORT PYJAMA FOR DAY & NIGHT
– WEARING –
PYJAMAS & LEATHER SLIDES – COS | SILVER BANGLE – URSUL PARIS
Most mornings the everyday work-routine escorts me to have strong aspiration on having breakfast in a charming Java shop in some “ambiguous” street corner around the city, conforming to a vim and vigor kind of awareness, but almost a tingling of consciousness of seeing someone you date. Picture this morning scene when you wake up with someone you cherish, at the right place and time is doubtlessly a bliss, but an outright early meal is definitely an excessive orgasm to the stomach – if you see it the same way as I do, or not?
Retreating from my romantic thoughts, however … an anonymous motivation got my attention on stepping out in pyjamas during the day, defying the European way – which is very un-Italian – and we all know as “people”, they are fluently expressive when it comes to The language of elegance. Apparently, this behaviour is completely unconstitutional among Italian society, though breathing the matter – fashion – here is utterly obliged, yet freely scheme. However, there is no rule in fact – breaking the rule – is the new decree or much more an unwitting act. In Milan, everything is conceded when it comes to exposing your personal style. Perhaps, this scheme could be the breach of the patriarchal old world of this society, but still the “Milanese” savoir faire of delicacy and charm.
Talking about the Pyjamas, not all type of it is the right one to wear. It always depends on the cut and especially on the pattern. Remember, there are vast choices – considering we are on the platform of men’s division – things could be puzzling when it comes to fabric template contention. For example, the traditional paisley pattern is clearly “too much”, it’s more a feminine element. In the matter of that, the first thing that came to my riotous mind, are “stripes” – they are always lifesaver of the situation – but the plain ones are also to be preferred. Though, the cut is clearly the crucial side to look after (like this mine from COS), which I modified 3 things:
1. Ironed collar – down to the second button from the top. (Forget to button up all of them or else It’s obviously gonna look like a “real” pyjamas)
2. Tighten – the hip side of the shirt. (Give that slim look for a finer shape)
3. Hemmed Pants – 4cm, classic measure. (Finish it with a Tailored touch so it might look like a suit pants)
N.B: Shoes are optional; every type is suitable underneath it. But a classy loafer is the cherry on the cake.
Photography: JAN JARELL // Location: LÙBAR