Slowly… No sudden movements. Just step away from the computer…
That’s it… Eeeasy does it.
Okay? Now take a deep breath, and repeat after me: “I will not buy Pajama Jeans.”
I will not buy Pajama Jeans.
I will not buy Pajama Jeans!
In a way, that little intro up there is based on a true (ish) story. You see, I came within a tabby’s hair of placing an order for a pair of Pajama Jeans the other day. That commercial came on, and I was just about to click the order button online when in walked Tabs.
I guess he read the look in my eye because a sour expression crossed his face…
Granted, he makes that face a lot, but it was enough to give me pause (paws?).
I didn’t order a pair of Pajama Jeans that day, but I have been on the market for a respectable pair of stretchy pants — something with a little edge to â€˜em that won’t be mistaken for yoga pants.
Enter the BCBG Cancetta leggings, stretchy matte fabric pants with faux leather panels and a mid-rise waist. If it weren’t for these pants, there’s a good chance I’d be wearing a pair of Pajama Jeans right now.
Comfy? You know it! Fashionable? I think so. Best of all, you can throw ’em in the washing machine. 🙂
Here I’m wearing them dressed down with ankle boots, a slouchy sweater (also by BCBG) and the Zella Gathered Tote, but they’re also easy to dress up, like with a crisp, white tuxedo shirt, black blazer and black patent-leather high heels.
I can’t seem to find them online this morning, but here’s a similar style, the Caragh Pleather Combo Legging.
One thing I’ve noticed about these is that they run a little long on me, and they’re not that form fitting around my knees and ankles, so you might want to try a size smaller than you normally would if you want them to really hug your curves.