I'm Calling It Now: Matching Pajama Sets Are Fall's WFH Suits



Right off the bat, I'm just going to admit that I'm no stranger to wearing pajama sets while I work. Two years prior to joining Who What Wear, I was working as a freelance writer and editor, which meant I practically lived in pajama sets… To the point that my roommates called them my suits (and my robes my coats). I had ones I slept in, ones I wore around the house, and ones I didn't mind wearing to the grocery store. These days all of that is easier than ever because my favorite brands are making the most exciting loungewear since they all know so many of us are working from home for the indefinite future. There's the long-sleeve silk sets, a one-shoulder crop top with matching shorts, a chic knit turtleneck and trouser combo, and I could go on. Instead, I'll just let you see for yourself because I shopped the cutest, coolest, and comfiest sets I could find and rounded them up here for you.

None of us have lived until we've lounged in a full-on silk pajama set.

I am all about taking a classic thing like a pajama set and adding little design details that just so happen to be sexy, too.

This set also comes in an array of cuts, fabrics, and colors

I don't see the tie-dye trend going anywhere anytime soon, which is great because I'm nowhere near sick of it.

My co-workers are obsessed with this pair of Nordstorm pajamas, and I really need to see what the fuss is about.

Why shouldn't your pajamas be trendy? This peter pan collar will fool everyone in your Zoom meetings into thinking you're wearing regular clothes.

I hardly wear yellow, but when I do, I always remember how much I love it. This cheery fabric is just what I'll want this fall.

CBAAF is one of those small brands that is just so easy to love. Case in point: this set.

No one will know they're pajamas.

Vans checkerboard slip-ons in PJ form.

Who says one-shoulder tops are only for going out?

These ruffles are so dainty and cute.

Clearly I'm a big fan of subtle, adorable detailing.

This breezy fit is actually what I need to wear to sleep because I turn into a furnace in the middle of the night. 

The fact that this set is made from sustainable cotton will only help, too.

I don't need to be a bride to be convinced to buy this set.

I love these stripes on this Henley top—there's something really cozy and tomboyish about it all.

Especially with these snap-button boyshorts.

For those days when you just want to keep it simple.

Another simple but cute pair for warmer nights.

I'm not one for wearing much animal print out of the house, but I love it for sleepwear.

Never underestimate how handy it is to have pockets in your pajama shorts.

Wear this thermal set when you're in the mood to recreate a cozy cabin day.

Long-sleeve crop tops just look more elevated.

You're at home—why not let your skin breathe?