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I had an idea in my mind of what I wanted. Something comfortable, something with a cropped pant leg and something high-waisted. I went to so many different stores and what I found was that they either didn’t have my size or the pants they had were extremely uncomfortable. They were all made with a horrible thick polyester material that didn’t stretch. I was so discouraged at the mainstream retailers I usually shop at so I decided to find a pair at the thrift store. Their selections were even worst. Everything has a super low-rise and I kept running into the same issues with the uncomfortable material.
I wouldn’t say that my shopping adventure was a total loss because I did end up finding some cute comfortable dress pants. The pants that I found aren’t actually considered “dress pants”, but they could definitely be worn in a business casual office environment. Even better, they can also be worn in a home office environment. Or in my case, a stay-at-home/work-from-home environment.
Today I want to share the pants that I found in my search and also some pants that I already had in my wardrobe that I qualify as comfy work pants.
These supersoft high-waisted jeans from Express are so comfortable. I actually wear them around the house and they feel like I have on leggings. They are very high-waisted, which I am a fan of because they keep everything sucked in. They are also very soft on the inside and outside. These pants give me more of a black dress pants feel, rather than a jean feel, so they could easily be considered work dress pants.
These easy pull-on pants from Gap Factory are another comfortable work pant option. I love that they have a drawstring. They have a dressy feel to them, but the drawstring waist makes them feel like you are wearing some cozy sweatpants. They currently have these pants in stock in blue, black, and green. I am considering getting them in another color!
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