When a trend is not only practical and comfortable, but interchangeable enough to wear every other day, you can bet we're on board. After brands such as Valentino, Ninna Ricci and Zimmermann debuted baggy pants on the runway again this past fashion month (perhaps realising our craving for old Céline), the trend is slowly seeping back onto the streets. But before you picture Avil Lavigne circa 2000, 2019's version of baggy pants come straight off the back of the power suit trend: they're loose enough to suit being worn with a ribbed singlet and sneakers, but still sophisticated enough that you can wear them to work with strappy sandals and a matching loose-fitting blazer.
See how to style the trend below before shopping for your own pair. Bye (for now) denim.
Get ahead of the trend by shopping our favourite picks below.
Georgia Alice, Bobby Pant, $680, Georgiaalice.com
Giuliva Heritage Collection, The Bernado silk-blend twill trousers, $1146, Matchesfashion.com
Mango, Double layer trousers, $100, Mango.com
Michael Lo Sordo, Belle silk-satin wide-leg pants, $825, Netaporter.com
Max Mara Leisure, Mach trousers, $270, Matchesfashion.com
Matin, Linen pleat pant with tie, $415, Mychameleon.com.au
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia