How to style Nightwear for the Party Season

How to style Nightwear for the Party Season

We're well and truly in the throes of party season. And whether you're heading to a New Year's Eve extravaganza, or just staying in, this means that party-appropriate outfits are required. For some, this may mean swapping your usual black ensemble  for something more colourful, while for others it might involve head-to-toe sequins and floor-sweeping gowns. If you really want to know what the coolest gals at the party are wearing now however, I'll let you into a secret: it's their pyjamas.

Slip Dresses beneath Blazers 

Bring the heat to your next festive event with this chic and sexy outfit! For the ultimate party look, style our Vanessa or Selene Silk Slip Dress under an oversized blazer with a pair of your favourite heels and statement jewellery. Eye-catching sexy low back with sumptuous skin nourishing silk makes this a must for your party wardrobe.


Silk Shirts with Silk Trousers make for the Ultimate Outfit

Of course, you don't have to wear them as a two piece. If that feels a bit much, try the silk trousers with a cashmere knit or cami top. Or, tuck the silk shirt into your jeans and just add heels and some red lipstick. If you are going head-to-toe, make sure you choose accessories that make your outfit look deliberate, and not just like you stumbled out of bed. But just think – when you get home in the early hours, you won't even need to get changed..and an added bonus…your skin will feel incredible! 

Silk shorts with your favourite bodysuit 

Wear our Sloane Silk Shorts with your favourite bodysuit, and let your legs do all the talking. Wear it with a red lip, your favourite heels and a clutch to match! These shorts are sophisticated  yet bold, and exactly what you want to be wearing to the next party. An effortless and playful look to put together - it’s for EVERYONE!


So, What are you waiting for? Wear your Narvvi Sleepwear as the main event and tag us (#narvvimuse) in your Instagram pictures! Who doesn’t love a bold statement – especially if you do it in Narvvi style!



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