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The biggest trend in bottoms? Sweatpants! But we are not talking your run-of-the-mill gym class variety. Look to super stylish silhouettes, unique materials and statement-making styling details to take this sporty staple to the next level for each and every occasion!

Dressy date night 

Faux leather sweatpants are made for big nights out! They are so sexy and surprisingly wearable. Soften the rock'n'roll pant with pastel elements — a swinging empire-waist blouse and a Chanel-inspired fitted blazer to keep it ladylike. 


Our look:
Vegan leather sweatpants at
Lace-up stilettos at

Kids’ soccer game 
These classic sweats feel like something borrowed from the boys, but they become super chic in pastel purple and when they are cuffed just above the ankle. Balance the drape-like pant with a fitted, white T-shirt underneath (something we all have in our closets). 


Our look:
Purple sweatpants at JCPenny
Metallic down vest at Lands' End
Wedge sneakers at Aldo 
Faux leather backpack at Aldo

Office appropriate 
You can totally get away with elastic waists at the office when the material is just slightly dressy. Something silky always works and the draping dresses it up big time to make it a modern take on classic slacks. A thin knit sweater balances the drape of the pants. 


Our look:
Rayon sweatpants at Burlington Coat Factory
Collared sweater at Loft 
Black pumps at
Chandelier earrings at Bauble Bar 
Messenger bag at Forever 21

Lounging around the house 
Layer neutral colors in different textures for the ultimate fireside chic style. Printed sweatpants can be the centerpiece of a look, and when you opt for a small-scale print, it keeps them from being overwhelming. 


Our look:
Skinny floral print joggers at American Eagle 
Bar III eyelash knit sweater at Macy's 
Infinity scarf at Urban Outfitters 
Metallic ballet flats at Old Navy 


Out to brunch
There is no better outfit for a date with the girls than one built around cozy sweats. These have glitter details sewn into the fabric, so you won't look like you just came from the gym. For plus-size women, the styling effect of ruching is great because it highlights a slim ankle and calf and looks even more feminine when paired with menswear-inspired lace-up booties. 

Our look:
Metallic sweatpants at OneStopPlus
Collared shirt at OneStopPlus
Cardigan sweater at Tradesy 
Lace wide-tie belt at Eloquii 
Gilded pearl strands at Bauble Bar
Gold tote atPrima Donna