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How to Wear Your Silk Robe Outside Without Looking Like You're Sleepwalking

Level up the Victoria's Secret Angel look.
How to Wear Your Silk Robe Outside Without Looking Like You're Sleepwalking
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Level up the Victoria's Secret Angel look.

The next time you hear someone say that stylish outfits are uncomfortable, take it with a grain of salt. They obviously haven't heard of the loungewear trend yet. And since we've already told you how you can wear your pajamas and your other pambahay pieces outside, it's time for another sleepwear how-to. Below, we show you three ways to wear your comfy silk robe in the outside world!

EASY: Use it as a cover up.

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Silk robes make for breezy alternatives to jackets, and wearing them over your casual outfits is a simple of way of easing yourself into the piece. Simply put, it's a chic way of upgrading your lazy day ensembles!

MODERATE: Opt for a kimono-inspired look.

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Embroidered silk robes exude a distinct vibe similar to that of a kimono, but you can modernize this piece by inserting on-trend items like pleated skirts and metallic bottoms. This way,  you don't have to worry about accidentally having a peepshow when a strong breeze goes your direction!

HARD: Go all out and mix loungwear and boudoir trends.

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This combination makes one happy cocktail of an outfit! Fuse together the chill philosophy of loungwear with the sultry element of lingerie. 

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