How to Nail Pajama Dressing—Even When It's Cold Out

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One of the biggest trends to come out of the spring/summer 2016 shows was boudoir dressing. But don't let the cold deter you from jumping ahead to next season. The key to pulling it off lies in strategic layering. At the Rag & Bone fall/winter 2015 show, for instance, a silk cami jumpsuit was insulated with a white long-sleeve tee and a heavy-duty parka. Below, shop these four pieces that you can rock from the bedroom to the boardroom all season long (and beyond).

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A Pajama Set

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A set is essentially three outfits in one. You can break up the pairing and style the top with jeans, or the bottoms with a tee and moto jacket. Or, if you're feeling really daring, throw on a pair of killer heels and wear the full set out.

Shop the pieces: For Restless Sleepers top, $820; net-a-porter.com. For Restless Sleepers pants, $595; net-a-porter.com. For Restless Sleepers bra top, $195; net-a-porter.com.

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A Robe Coat

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Most of the boudoir-inspired outerwear in the spring/summer 2016 collections was cut from silk fabrics. For fall, find a wool robe coat to nail the look without compromising warmth.

Shop the piece: Intermix, $595; intermixonline.com

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A Slip Dress

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Believe it or not, a slip dress serves as the perfect layering piece—wear it over a thin knit top or under a chunky turtleneck.

Shop the piece: Rag & Bone slip dress, $359; intermixonline.com

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A Cami

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Show a little sex appeal with a lacy silk camisole by wearing it under blazers or wrap coats.

Shop the piece: Mimi Holliday cami, $151; mimiholliday.com

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