Celebrity Sweatpants Spectrum: From Anti to Into
“Ladies, number one cause of divorce in America, sweatpants,” the said in a recent interview, which leaves us with one very important question: What does she wear at home while she watches Netflix with ?
The busy working of two will wear whatever cozies she can get her hands on – laundry be damned. “I wear sweatpants that I find on the floor,” she’s said.
“I don t wear sweatpants. I either wear tight pants or no pants,” the famous country singer told Fox & Friends. This is why she’s our hero.
KYLIE JENNER You may follow the star on Instagram just to see her inventive #OOTD status, but she actually prefers to be way more causal. “I always wear boxers and a huge T-shirt, and just eat everything,” the 17-year-old told PEOPLE about what she likes to do in her free time. “I don t have one favorite – it’s just whatever I can find that s big and comfy.”
The Mad Men star is all about keeping her marriage hot – which means she follows Eva Mendes’s no-sweats policy. “I can’t do that to my husband, not after just three years of marriage,” she told Lucky magazine. “At home, I put on a low-cut caftan, and he’s like, ‘Babe, you look great.’ Caftans are just the perfect solution to what to wear at home I get great vintage ones on eBay.”
“When I’m home I do not wear regular clothes,” she told PEOPLE, adding, “All I wear is sweats. Everything comes off, the shoes, jeans, the jewelry. I do not wear clothes in my house.” (We bet husband Joel Madden approves.)
Sweats in public? Hard pass for the . “I’m not the kind of person that just slops around in sweatpants,” she shared. “I like to feel a little more together – you never know who you’re going to see out there!”
Just when you thought it wasn’t possible to crush any harder on Chris Pratt, his lovely wife drops this bomb: “He makes me feel really beautiful even when I’m feeling disgusting,” she told Health magazine. “I’ll be in boxer shorts and a grubby T-shirt with greasy hair, and he’ll still be like, ‘Whoa, honey. Whoaaa.’”
According to the Togetherness actress, she spends most of her time in comfy clothes. “If I can get out of my sweatpants for the afternoon, that’s a special day,” she told PEOPLE.
When the started college back in 2011, she said that she was going to make an effort to dress for class each day. “If you ever catch me in sweatpants in class, that’s not good,” she told PEOPLE. “I’ve tried not to dress like that.”
The Sports Illustrated cover model prefers her sweats over swimsuits. “If I’m not going to events, I’m just kind of in my sweatpants, glasses and a messy bun,” she told PEOPLE. “No one would recognize me in the supermarket with my nephew and sister.”
The Chanel Creative Director is the most likely to actually start a “No Sweatpants!” campaign. (Maybe that will be the theme of his next runway show?) According to supermodel Coco Rocha, Lagerfeld once said: “Sweatpants are a sign of defeat. You lost control of your life, so you bought some sweatpants.”