There is little more enticing to me than simplifying my morning routine. I've been known to roll out of bed in the same Liberty-floral PJ button-down that might later be seen tucked into jeans, and embrace bedhead with a bit too much aplomb (dry shampoo, anyone?). So when I was introduced to Charleston-based brand Tink + Tiger
, I may have been more enthusiastic than the average editor to get a look at a collection of pieces that are "made to be worn from the bed to Sunday brunch."
Photos courtesy Tink + Tiger
The collection, launched by Charleston, South Carolina-based designer Amanda Greeley, is a refined lineup of luxe loungewear that seems at once chic and playful. A navy silk romper
is piped in lime green and updated with sporty pockets, and a crisp white shorts set
is rendered in wavy seersucker for the perfect touch of summery texture.
Selfishly, I'm just happy to have another adorable brand justifying my sleep-tinged style—and pushing the PJs-in-the-daytime trend into new territories. Now in addition to the ubiquitous menswear-inspired tops and flowy pajama pants, we can take sharp gingham shorts
and poppy-hued slips
from indoors, out.