13 unreal wide-leg pants for fall that will trick everyone into thinking you have your life together
You can’t open TikTok or Instagram without seeing a pair of tailored wide-leg pants — and we’re obsessed. While the dreaded low-rise jeans seem to be making a comeback, the streamlined elegance of the wide-leg pant is one of the (many) reasons they’re the best viral trend of the 2020s.
Wide-leg pants are the ultimate closet essential thanks to their wild versatility. Pack a breezy linen pair on your next vacation, or throw on tailored black trousers to take you from the office to happy hour. Maybe you want to jazz up your work-from-home look without feeling like you’re wearing real clothes. Yes, wide-leg pants are here for you.
They’re comfortable, timeless, relaxed and polished. They also give off a French girl chicness that Emily in Paris never could. Keep scrolling to shop some of the best wide-leg pants right now, and get ready to live your chicest, breeziest life.
Meanwhile, here's a more straightforward refined pair of satin wide-leg pants. They'll look so good for something as casual as an AMC $5 Tuesday movie night or an upcoming wedding. (When paired with the right top, obviously.)
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