These are super cute, but apparently, I’ve always had nap dresses. And worn them in public! I just didn’t know that’s what they were!
Not to be confused with a nightgown, these little beauties look like sundresses…I guess…but a little more flowy. So like…if you’ve been enjoying a 2 hour snooze and suddenly you get a call to meet your girlfriends in 30 minutes for a mimosa or three, you can just quickly accessorize (and brush your teeth), and there you go!
What’s a nap dress? Here’s the lowdown on summer’s most comfortable trend
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One company claims to have originated the nap dress and trademarked it a couple of years ago, but judging by the reactions on Twitter, any dress can be a nap dress. You just have to have slept in it at some time.
Any dress can be a Nap Dress if you're lazy enough, tbh.
— Rachel Hawkins/Erin Sterling (@LadyHawkins) July 26, 2020
I’ve never met a dress that I couldn’t turn into a “nap dress.” It’s called dedication, my friends.
— Tori Fletcher (@hellotorifletch) July 24, 2020
So it begs to question. What was it that made the nap dress a thing now? The pandemic? Or perhaps…Taylor Swift? – KW
I think it’s safe to say Tay is in a nap dress pic.twitter.com/8qlQ2Pu6Sh
— rachel syme (@rachsyme) July 24, 2020