First there was Stella McCartney's spring/summer pyjama suit. Then there was Marni for H&M's PJ set. And, of course, the wisteria-print top and trousers from Whistles. Now meet H&M's autumn/winter pyjama outfit.
This H&M two-piece in a graphic print channels autumn/winter's new favourite colour: claret. But it's the cut of the trousers that turns this pyjama set from just-rolled-out-of-bed into workwear smart. Instead of summer's loose PJ pants, these are cropped and fitted. And they're just £12.99, with the top coming in at £19.99.
I first spotted this pyjama suit on my friend Laura, who made it look so sophisticated I didn't believe it was high street at first. To add more of a work focus, she wore a black tux jacket on top and carried Zara's iconic tote bag in black. She looked so fabulous she got snapped by a New York street-style photographer!
Like summer's pyjama trend, the great thing about this outfit is how you can wear it. Just as I've worn my Marni for H&M PJ pieces individually (see here and here) and my Whistles wisteria-print trousers sans matching top (see here), this H&M two-piece works great as separates.
In fact if you don't fancy an all-over print, I recommend the trousers as a really good buy. They'll look great with a crisp white shirt or a cream blouse.
And if you do want to work the head-to-toe PJ look, here's some tips. I'm so pleased my favourite spring/summer trend continues apace into the next season.