10 Little Ways Your Favorite Bloggers Are Dressing Up Their Pajamas at Home

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In a time where working from home and social distancing are the new norm, I find myself switching out of one cozy PJ set during the day into another one during the night. Of course, if I have to hop onto a Google hangout for a work meeting, you'll find me in a sweatsuit, which is so different, I know. While dressing up in actual clothes is now a distant memory for me, I have noticed a ton of others embracing the pajama set life as well. They've been styling their sets with fun accessories like tie-dye socks, hair clips, and even cowboy boots.

Depending on how dressed up you want to get, there are many ways you can style your favorite pajamas. For example, Cindy Kimberly styled her light pink, lace set with a pair of hair clips that look like they're straight out of the early '90s. Aimee Song took a silk Oscar de la Renta pajama top and styled it with a pair of linen trousers for a more put-together look. Keep reading to take a look and shop some selects if you're feeling inspired.

Hannah Bronfman styled her floral-print pajama bottoms with a white tee and floral-print socks.

Cindy Kimberly styled a cropped silk pajama set with a pair of '90s-inspired hair clips.

Danielle Bernstein styled a pair of silk pajamas with a matching bikini top and gold chains.

Bella Golden styled her leaf-print pajamas with a matching sleep mask.

Harling Ross styled her striped pajamas with a sleek silver watch.

Fanny Bourdette-Donon styled her cloud-print pajamas with sunglasses and white cowboy boots.

Aimee Song styled her Oscar de la Renta silk pajama top with linen trousers for a more put-together look.

Leandra Cohen styled her pajamas bottoms with a button-down and tie-dye socks.

Camille Charriere tied her pajama top in the front and wore gold hoop earrings.