Remember when being caught in your pj’s in the middle of the day was a bad thing? These days, stylish sleepwear — which first got a boost when Ally McBeal danced around her living room in sheep-printed flannel from Nick & Nora — is coming out from under the covers. Nighttime fashions from newcomer BedHead have popped up on screen (Friends, Will & Grace) and off (Oprah Winfrey’s a fan), while mere mortals snatch them off shelves as elegant loungewear. ”People are spending more time working from home,” notes L.A. fashion advisor Lash Fary. ”And they can’t just have any old thing on.”
Posted April 7 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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