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Everyone's Been Wearing Pajamas on the Red Carpet Lately

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From left: Anna Kendrick, Demi Lovato and Zendaya

They woke up like this. Kind of.

Maybe it's because we're in the lazy days of summer, but celebrities have been getting cozy with the pajama trend more frequently as of late.

On Saturday, Anna Kendrick arrived in a long-sleeve Fleur du Mal pajama top and matching pants with floral prints for a book signing of her 2016 memoir, Scrappy Little Nobody, at Barnes & Noble in New York City. Styled by Cristina Ehrlich, Kendrick paired her comfy look with a Thom Browne handbag and forest green Paul Andrew pumps.

PJs have been a popular trend among the stars for some time now — hey, even Woody Harrelson got in on the trend in 2015 — but it seems to be popping up more than usual these last couple of days.

Demi Lovato and Kate Beckinsale have also been opting for the sleepwear style.

Lovato, who was styled by Law Roach, wore a matching satin set — a drop jacket and harem pants from Baja East — while appearing on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show at the Z100 Studio in New York City on Friday. A slick back 'do and hoop earrings added that extra punch to the otherwise laid-back look.

 

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Meanwhile, on the opposite coast, Beckinsale delivered a luxe relaxed vibe in a Josie Natori "Labyrinth" PJ set for the L.A. opening night of Hamilton on Friday. The matching set is still available online for $160 should you want to paint the town in pattern print pajamas. She was also spotted in another set by the same brand earlier this month.

Zendaya hasn't slept on the trend, either. At the Teen Choice Awards on Aug. 13, the actress glammed up in a striped sequin set from London-based label Ashish. The casually cool look was dressed up with Le Silla sandal heels. Fashion illustrator and influencer Garance Dore took the concept up a notch, stepping out in "Netflix and Chill" pajamas for the Accessories Awards on Aug. 7.

Who's ready for a nap already?

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