The Luxury I Didn’t Know I Needed: Work-Appropriate Pajamas in Disguise
It’s time to slip into something fancy (sort of).
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Also important to note: Conventional silk production can be harmful to the environment, so M.M. made sure to partner with a factory that is conscious of its impact. Our silk is made in an LEED-certified facility that runs on solar energy, using environmentally-certified weaving equipment, and 90% of the water used to produce our silk is recycled. We’ve also partnered with a Bluesign-certified dyehouse, which means we avoid using harmful chemicals in the dyeing process. And of course, the fact that our silk pieces are machine-washable doesn’t just make your life easier—it also eliminates the need to resort to dry cleaning and the harsh chemicals that come along with it.
I just placed my spring collection order, and until it arrives, I’ll be here on my couch, fantasizing about all the silky-sleek outfits I’m going to put together. These are the pieces and outfits I can’t wait to try.
Making Everything Feel More Special with Day Pajamas
Someday, I will go on vacation, and while I’m there, I will wear a matching silk set with strappy heels and big earrings (just manifesting that). In the meantime, I’ll treat these pieces as very luxurious day pajamas, by which I mean I’ll pair them with fuzzy socks and Sunday FaceTime sessions.
Elevating Denim with Silk
I have no idea what “going out” will look like in a post-Covid world, but I’m pretty sure we’ll all still need that one top that’s capable of dressing up any pair of jeans. I’ve never owned a silk going-out top before, but that’s because most silk tops aren’t machine-washable. Someday, I’ll be surrounded by people, wearing the Annika tee half-tucked into my jeans. Until then, I’ll wear it for Zoom (boring but true).
Seeing My Wardrobe in Technicolor
During quarantine, I’ve actually started wearing a lot more color than I used to (this bright pink cashmere sweater is my new favorite thing—who knew?!). I’m excited to use the vibrant colors of our silk separates to liven up my mostly black-and-white wardrobe. And who knows, maybe I’ll even wear bright colors in public someday…
Indulging in a Comfort Cornucopia
For obvious reasons, I would like to spend as much time as possible wearing as many comfortable fabrics as I can. A buttery Pima cotton T-shirt with an airy silk skirt? You are welcome here. A silk tank top with cashmere joggers? Step into my office and never leave.
Blazing Trails (Metaphorically, for Now)
Since I started working from home, blazers have assumed a new role in my wardrobe. Instead of wearing them to work, I toss a blazer on over my jeans and T-shirt and wear it as I go about my weekend errands. Whether or not you relate, wearing a silk top under your jacket will make you feel luxurious—a welcome respite from sweatpants (probably).