Are pyjamas a new fashion trend? Jack Grealish dons them for Man City's celebrations with Erling Haaland?

Jack Grealish wore Dolce & Gabbana pyjamas reportedly worth £2K as he and Erling Haaland continued to enjoy Manchester City’s Treble celebrations

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Pyjamas are of course something you would normally associate with bedtime, rest and relaxation. something you would putt on after you return home from a long night of clubbing rather than your outfit for the nightclub! 

However, it would seem that thanks to the likes of Jack Grealish and fellow Manchester City teammate Erling Haaland, pyjamas look to be the new going-out trend. However, of course, when it comes to treble celebrations winner Jack Grealish, the pyjamas definitely can’t be from the high street.

When Jack Grealish was photographed attending a party at Manchester’s Depot Mayfield, he was wearing black silk Dolce & Gabbana pyjamas that reportedly cost £2K. Not to be outdone by Jack, his teammate Erling Haaland also wore silky D & G relaxed fit pyjamas in a greenish/gold shade.

Man City’s team captain İlkay Gündoğan did not opt for the pyjamas dress code and opted for a black t-shirt and trousers, whilst his wife Sara Arfaoui opted for a bustier style outfit. 

Now, if you think this is the first time Manchester City players have worn pyjamas on a night out, you would be wrong. After Manchester City won their third Premier League title in May, Erling Haaland and his girlfriend Isabel Johansen wore blue silk pyjamas to private club MNKY HSE in Manchester. 

To make sure her boyfriend was not the only one in the pyjama style gang, Erling’s girlfriend Isabel Johansen went for a similar blue silky look, but the outfit looked more like a silk dress than a nightdress as she accessorised the look with high heels and a Chanel blue bag.

In May, Jeremy Vine took to the streets in his pyjamas for his Channel 5 show to see what kind of reaction he would get from the general public. One person tweeted: "You'd fit in well in my neighbourhood. Everyone seems to walk around in their nighties and pyjamas," whilst another said: "OMG lol."

Now the question is, have you planned your outfit for clubbing this weekend? And would you wear pyjamas?

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