Formerly hailed as the enemy and every parents nightmare when their children refuse to wear anything but sweatpants. Granted not always an issue but for those occasions where sweatpants are simply too casual we have discovered a european designer that has completely redesigned the boring staple into a gorgeous work of fashion art and high style.
Sweet Pants produces stylish options for those that demand fleece including those rebellious adults. Suspender-attached, artful prints, loose or slim and always slinky soft (there is even a genuine, buttersoft leather version).
To dress them up is as easy as pairing them with a well-tailored shirt, added accessories and since every outfit is always all about the shoes skip the sneakers and go for boots, loafers or even wingtips (yes, wingtips).
For Wynn we took his playground look of an American Apparel tank, Sweet Pants loose in bottle green and Dr. Martens up a notch by adding in a swanky button-up by Bobo Choses and glory printed scarf by Tale of Boy. Instant transformation and he is still in his beloved sweatpants!
Sweet Pants black camouflage in slim are an easy target for creating a stylish look. Wynn wears Popupshop owl crew layered over a La Miniatura tuxedo shirt (looks fab without the crew too!), knitted beanie by Christys and Blundstone boots.
For the true fashionisto, we added our Appaman snakeskin blazer. Would you have instantly noticed he was wearing sweatpants?!? Dressed up or left completely casual, Sweet Pants remain extremely stylish and comfortable. We fell in love with them back in March while at ENK in NYC, Sweet Pants shared the same space as the highly fashion-glamorous DSquared2.
French fashion at it’s finest even when producing sweatpants, we are thoroughly impressed with Sweet Pants as is this little 1/3 Frenchman right here who has repeatedly requested to wear his regardless of the 90f heat we are having here in Los Angeles.
For sizing reference, Wynn is wearing size 6yr in camo slims & size 8yr in bottle green loose.
Written by Shannon Goldberg
Modeled by Wynn Goldberg