5 Easy Ways to Ace the Lingerie Dressing Trend

A very literal take on lingerie dressing is gaining steam this season. You might not want to wear your actual pajamas outside, but if the recent Spring 2016 Céline, Givenchy and Chloé runways are any indication (hint: they just about always are), you can definitely get away with doubling your slinky nightie as a cocktail dress. READ: How to Wear Lingerie as Outerwear (Without Being Risque) If the thought of wearing sleepwear as daywear terrifies you, relax: For as sexy as it is, the look can also ooze sophistication. Imagine a silky slip dress layered underneath a leather moto jacket or a lace-trimmed cami tucked into high-waisted trousers under a velvet blazer. Whether you’re a fan of affordable takes on the trend (ASOS’s lace LBDs or Nasty Gal’s pajama-inspired pieces) or prefer to splurge on a real-deal bias-cut Alexander Wang dress or Rag & Bone’s silk slips, see below for some inspiration:

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    Lovers and Friends Gem Lace Romper

    $112, Nasty Gal.
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    Alexander Wang Bias Cut Slip Dress

    $1295, net-a-porter.
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    Selected Love Strappy Lace Under Dress

    $81, ASOS.
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    Keepsake Interlude Lace Dress

    $176, Nordstrom.
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    Rag & Bone Izabella Silk Lace Slip Dress

    $695, Neiman Marcus.
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