Vilanelle in Killing Eve has been serving absolute looks for the last season and a bit, but the most recent craze shes sparked is a strange one.
After the assassin was seen in the show wearing childrens pop-art pyjamas, the internet has gone crazy for them and wants to get their hands on a bit of her deadly style.
Twitter users were in a flurry after last weeks episode, begging to find out where they could buy a pair,
The PJs were unfortunately made specifically for the show, but there are similar ones on the market, or you can buy the exact fabric yourself and have them made.
The pop-art inspired fabric includes the iconic pow and blam symbols, and comes in a flex base fabric, which costume designer Charlotte Mitchell said was great to make them tighter and tighter so theyd look too small on Jodie Comer.
It comes from Altrincham-based Funkifabrics and retails for £31.20 per square metre. From there, you can have a go at making the garments yourself or commission from a tailor.
If youre not a dab hand with a sewing machine, here are some similar options (in style or print) that might work for your Killing Eve needs.
Okay, these are technically PJs for a little boy. However, the whole point of Vilanelles outfit was to look like she was wearing childrens pyjamas, and if you can fit an 11-12, these are a pretty close match in terms of style and print.
Alternatively, you could get them for the little one in your life.
If wearing teeny tiny loungewear isnt for you, these adult-size pyjamas certainly have a Vilanelle vibe.
Although she may be the anti-hero in the drama show, the pop-art inspired image of Wonder Woman and comic-strip style background definitely channels her outfit.
These are certainly more twee than the spy murderers usual antics, but have the same leggings style thatd be super comfy at night time.
Also, for only £6.99, you can splash out on a Killing Eve style outfit to wear out of the house. Keep in mind, this does come from China, so you might have to wait a bit long for postage if youre in the UK.
Chelsea Peers do great PJs, and its even better when you can get them a big cheaper at TK Maxx.
This is set is grown-up yet funky, and has similar cuffs and graphic colours to those used in the #inspo. The brand is also available at ASOS and their own website.
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