Pajama inspired pants became a hit on the runway in 2012 and trickled down to the masses in 2013.
With a loose, sometimes baggy silhouette, comfort was huge on making these pajama inspired pants stick. Toss in a geometric multicolor print and you have a fashion trend that’s ready to be dolled up with a tee, blazer, and pumps.
Sadly, we’re starting to get a yawn from this lounge pant and its amorphous shape. So before you dismiss that snooze button, let’s take a look at why the pajama-inspired pant may be hitting the sack.
The pajama inspired pant in all its comfy glory is not enough to stop us from ignoring the fact that we lose our shape when we toss a pair on. I’m sure they even get mistaken for clown pants because they’re so baggy. For ladies that may not be endowed in the back, this pant would definitely be a misstep!
In addition, there’s only so many ways you can style the pajama inspired pant. Anything slouchy on top and you look like a slob.
A fitted color tee typically works well with a jacket, but other than that, this pant is definitely not transferable with other looks unless you opt for a non-printed pair, but at that point you might as well don sweats.
Ditch the pajama inspired pant and go for a palazzo pant or wide leg jean if you still want the comfort.
Pajama inspired pants are getting the PINK SLIP!