In the nineties, sweatpants were outrageously baggy. In the aughts, they were made of velour and had provocative slogans splashed across the butt. Now, loungewear has finally found a sweet spot between those extremes, in part thanks to brands like Toronto-based Lazypants. The company makes ultra-comfy sweats
with smart design details: narrower fits, deep pockets and wide ankle cuffs that give off an oddly stylish harem-pant-meets-long-john vibe. And we’re not the only ones who think so. In the past year, the pants have netted celebrity fans like Mila Kunis and Demi Moore—along with shelf space at upscale retailers TNT and Holt Renfrew. $80–$138.
Available via shoplazypants.com