One garment we’re never mad at is one that’s as chic as it is comfortable. The height of this combo is that which may be worn to bed and directly out the door, no one ever guessing you’ve double-dipped. You might say lazy (or gross)? But we say efficient! The Piamita line seems to have a corner on this dual-purpose market and, fortunately for them, daywear inspired by sleepwear is fashion’s jam right now. The multi-functionality of the Piamita line is hardly their only selling point — the fabrics and prints are all gorgeous and delicate in a sumptuously fresh palette. More than a few of them look just like hella straight PJs, while others are sort of a modern take on the 1960s casual daywear silhouette. We’re partial to the Isabella printed stretch-silk shirt ($250) because of its straightforward style; just drop your matching Nan printed stretch-silk pants ($250), throw on some jeans and out the door you go, no-nonsense vibe. Wam bam thank you mam — from jammies to outdoors in seconds. We are also loving the graphic print of the Erin printed silk top — which looks like a very tasteful laser show displayed on a silk backdrop, if you know what we mean. Although we’re not sure what we mean.
Available at Net-a-porter.com