The pyjamas from Kylie Jenner’s baby shower and how you can get them

Alexandra Hourigan 7 February 2018 NEWS

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Kylie has only been back for a couple days and we're already obsessing over her baby shower style.

To be completely honest with you, I probably can't think of a better party outfit than a set of pyjamas. Apparently, neither can Kylie and those who attended her baby shower all rocked silk pyjamas that we're low-key obsessed with. The guests all wore a champagne coloured set while Kylie sported her beautiful baby bump in a pastel pink pair. The pyjamas were from designer brand Corey Lynn Calter's Sienna pyjamas and cost US$356.

Whilst we're sure queen Kylie can afford some pyjamas in this price range and a lot of other people will be forking out the money to get their hands on this set as well, we've decided to round up all the best silk and satin pyjamas that embrace this look at a fraction of the price!

1.Ellie 'Do Not Disturb' Slogan Shirt & Trouser Set

Where to buy: Boohoo

Probably one of the best dupes we've seen for this pyjamas set is from Boohoo. This set gives off the expensive and fashionista vibes at a fraction of the price!

2. Amoure sleep set

Where to buy: Beginning Boutique

This pyjama set has been on our radar for a while now. Perfect for the warmer months and with drawstrings offers a comfortable customisability. However, you do have to purchase the top and the bottoms separately.

3. Piping detail short pyjama set

Where to buy: Missguided

If you like the look of Kylie's style but you're after an option that isn't long pants then this is the perfect pyjama set for you! Plus, they not only look amazing but are incredibly affordable too!

4. Pure Silk Pyjamas

Where to buy: THE ICONIC

Obviously, pink wasn't the only pyjamas colour worn at the event as the guests all rocked a super chick champagne look. Therefore, if pink isn't your style you can still join the party in these silk champagne pyjamas from THE ICONIC.

5. Keeping Secrets Two Piece Set

Where to buy: Showpo

You can keep your pyjama look simple and sweet with this girly frill set from Showpo. Perfect for those warm nights, you can look comfy and cute all at once!


Where to buy: PrettyLittleThing

If the girly look isn't quite your thing you can still opt for these sexy and sleepy pyjamas from PrettyLittleThing. This seriously soft and shiny satin set is the perfect option for a flirty and floaty fit.

7. David Jones

Where to buy: David Jones

Now, don't say we never give you options! If the champagne set is more your style but you're not a fan of the long pants look, then we've got you covered with this satin set. It's got a flare for detail with pearl buttons and ivory piping detail to die for.

8. Stripe Satin Shirt Pajama Set

Where to buy: ZAFUL

If you need something a little more exciting than just plain colour this striped pyjamas set from ZAFUL is everything you need and more. They're not only super affordable but a great option for when those colder nights start rolling in.

9. Pink satin striped pyjama set

Where to buy: Missguided

And of course we're going to find you a cute summery option that's giving us those candy shop vibes hard. This set features a satin finish for the ultimate silky style at an incredibly affordable price. Now you really can't argue with that!

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