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The Quarantine Pillow Challenge sees fashionistas go naked except for bedding in latest bizarre at-home Instagram trend

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IT SEEMS some people have more time on their hands than others during the lockdown.

Fashionistas have been stripping naked except for teeny bits of bedding in the #QuarantinePillowChallenge on Instagram.

The latest bizarre social media trend to pop up during the coronavirus pandemic requires people to pose with just a pillowcase covering their modesty.

Most stylish participants have been belting their cushions around their waist so that it resembles a minidress.

Many have chosen to style up their looks with designer accessories - including sunglasses, heels and handbags, as well as full make-up and a blow-dry.

Some, however, have finished off their DIY outfits with cosy isolation-appropriate head towels, eye masks and slippers.

It has been an opportunity for many social media fans to show off their bedding - which as well as classic white, also include some very colourful, fluffy designs.

Swedish fashion blogger, Gergana Ivanova - who runs the account @myforteisfashion - opted to don an IKEA lavender pillow case, styled with a Zara belt, New Balance trainers and a PrettyLittleThing handbag.

One person wrote: "I needed this laugh and inspiration."

Another shared: "This pillow challenge is the best."

And a fourth added: "This is great."

The bedroom-inspired trend comes after the hashtags #HomeCouture and #DressUpFriday have also been gaining popularity online among the style crowd.

In other fashion news, we told you how Converse have announced a half price sale.

We also revealed that Love Island's Shaughna Phillips has created an In The Style collection.

And Gucci is selling a pair of Bridget Jones-style jumbo knickers for £670.

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