I Am Anti-Pants

Anti-Pants Lena Dunham quote

Photo courtesy of whowhatwear.com

I have to agree with Lena Dunham. I’m pretty anti-pants. There was some point in the early 2000s when women’s pants became too tight and too low, and my love for pants started to fade (it was slightly renewed in 2007 when I discovered jeggings and again in 2013 when I bought my first pair of Levi’s). But today, my pant-love is fully restored in the form of the trendiest anti-pants out there. I’m talking luxe sweatpants (think: leather), structured leggings (but let me clear, these still aren’t pants and a long top is a must, in my book), and silky harem pants. We can all be thankful that pants these days are veering more Man Repeller than Christina Aguilera.

Below are my favorite anti-pants looks.

Which one is your favorite?

anti-pants outfits on miaprimcasa.com anti-pants outfits on miaprimcasa.comAerie Sparkle Leggings, Ann Taylor Loft Mixed Media Blazer, Phillip Lim 3.1 for Target Studded Tank, American Eagle Outfitters Booties, Ann Klein Watch, Kate Spade Saturday Sunnies

anti-pants outfits on miaprimcasa.comAerie Zipper Sweatpants, Madewell Sweater, Target Marled Socks, American Eagle Outfitters Booties, Vermont Wool Scarf from a second hand store in New Hampshire

anti-pants outfits on miaprimcasa.comUrban Outfitters Military Green Harem Pants, Kohls Lace Button Down, American Eagle Outfitters Booties, Handmade Leather Bracelets from a Wisconsin art show and a thrift store in upstate New York

anti-pants outfits on miaprimcasa.comAerie Silk Pants, Aerie Chiffon Henley, Fossil Watch, GAP ballet flats, and a statement necklace I purchased from a second hand store in Chicago

 

*For full disclosure and all of that good stuff, I currently work at American Eagle Outfitters.*

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