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Yes, Charlotte York Goldenblatt Owns Those Fancy Party PJs Everyone


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Crucial to our weekly And Just Like That streaming is keeping track of any covetable items we can actually buy. Costume designers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago did a careful job to incorporate old, vintage items just as well as new, and one such example comes in episode four, “Some of My Best Friends.” Charlotte York Goldenblatt plans a dinner party in bed with husband Harry wearing Sleeper’s feathered Party Pajamas, which were introduced in 2017 as the “wear anywhere” holiday look that begs for slippers or heels — it’s totally your call.

We were instantly reminded of the scene from Sex and the City: The Movie where Carrie takes boudoir dressing on a whim into the streets on New Year’s Eve to go eat Chinese food with Miranda. Though Charlotte’s accessories are limited to her glasses and iPad in AJLT, this only speaks to how versatile a pair of fancy-shmancy pajamas can actually be.

Sleeper offers her exact set for $290 in a total of eight colorways, ranging from sizes XS-XXXL, though we aren’t surprised to see that Charlotte chose pink based on her well-thought-out wardrobe by the costume team. Ahead, reminisce about that time Carrie teamed her own PJs with heels circa 2008, then scroll for all the proof you need that the look is truly timeless, no matter how you style it.

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