Look Effortlessly Cool in These Baggy Pants

These extra comfy pants are the best alternative to pajamas in this slowly-reopened world

The pandemic has taught us to slow down and treat ourselves well. Back to school, back to the office, and back to normal, it’s time to say goodbye to our pajamas. As the world starts to get bustling again, we can still keep in mind: let’s take it easy. The first step is comfort dressing, and a pair of baggy pants would be an appropriate start. As seen in collections of fashion houses like Balenciaga, Maison Margiela and Jacquemus, with long length and extra-wide design, these pants are not only chic but also put you at ease.


V has picked some baggy pants for you:



Courtesy of Balenciaga

For those who believe pants can’t be chic, we’re sorry to say you’re wrong. These pants from Balenciaga are a lecture on avant-garde pants. With a large fit and Intentionally destroyed side panels with fabric inserts together, this pair combines street style and runaway couture.


Dion Lee – Y-FRONT TIE PANT, $650

Courtesy of Dion Lee

In this pair, you’re the coolest hot girl. Ties worn across the waist create a striking, pelvic teardrop cut-out at the hips and tie at the back – with so many remarkable details, you sure you don’t want one?


Altuzarra – Bendix Pant, $995

Courtesy of Altuzarra

The ‘Bendix’ Pant is cut to an ultra wide-leg silhouette with precision pleats at the high-rise waist. It features slip side pockets and welts back pockets. The black and white faded check pattern invigorates the day-to-day smart-casual pants.


CHLOÊ – Button-embellished stretch-wool wide-leg pants, $1,350

Courtesy of Chloé

The wide-leg silhouette of Chloé’s pants gives them a distinct, retro feel. Made from versatile navy stretch-wool, they’re meant to sit flatteringly at your natural waist and are decorated with polished silver sailor-style buttons that are embossed with seaweed motifs.


Maison Margiela – Cut-out high-rise wide-leg jeans, $480

Courtesy of Maison Margiela

Deconstructionism and reinterpretation are Maison Margiela’s DNA. These light blue cotton wide-leg jeans feature a high rise, a waistband with belt loops, a button and zip fly, a wide leg and a long length. Of course, the cut-out details around the pelvic are playful enough to spice up your day.


Cult Gaia- WYNN PANT, $458 

Courtesy of Cult Gaia

The Wynn Pant is the Gaia update on the cargo pant. Featuring a lower rise with functional pockets, it has an adjustable cord with a stopper inside the wide leg at the ankle. Made from a lightweight linen silk blend, this convertible pant can be worn wide leg or fitted. 


JACQUEMUS – Le Pantalon Novio, $680

Courtesy of JACQUEMUS

We can definitely call Simon Porte Jacquemus a genius. At only 19 years of age, the designer birthed his own label to pay homage to his mother. Always a child to his mother, he embeds a child-like spirit and simplistic freedom in womenswear. The pants, constructed with straight legs and screened with stripes over an eye-catching backdrop, will effortlessly elevate your smart-casual curations.


Bottega Veneta – Cotton-canvas wide-leg pants, $1,350

Courtesy of Bottega Veneta

In Daniel Lee’s words, Bottega Veneta’s Spring ’21 collection is all about “handcraft” and “homespun.” Made in Italy, these pants explained Daniel’s descriptions.  From fine-gauge cotton-canvas, which has a smooth, slightly brushed surface and takes one day for a modern loom to weave 50 meters, they’re tailored with wide legs and have cargo pockets.


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