Sleeping in on Sundays, lazily grazing on maple-drenched pancakes in bed, slowly moseying to the verandah to sip a rejuvenating cup of tea, before dozing in a hammock, unfinished book in hand – these are the slow motions of what dream weekends are made of.
To keep comfy during your day of respite – and well dressed in case of surprise visitors – look to local label Piyama. The creation of mother-daughter duo Pea and Greer Alston, Piyama bridges the gap between pyjamas and daywear, producing sleep sets, shorts and nighties that could easily trick folk on the street into thinking you bothered to get dressed that morning. Born from a love for luxe sleep and loungewear, Piyama draws inspiration from a bohemian-esque existence, where slipping effortlessly into feminine shifts for a day at home is the norm.
As seen in the Brisbane News
Model: Chelsea Cunningham
Words: Linsey Rendell