Gigi Hadid's Big and Baggy Pants Are the Most Comfortable Trend to Try Right Now
Supermodel Gigi Hadid has been rocking this flattering pant silhouette and you can too
Supermodel Gigi Hadid has been seen stepping out in some very interesting pants. But despite her interest in bottoms with removable legs and camo sweatpant fabric, her choice in bottoms have confirmed one thing and one thing only: She loves a good, comfy, big, baggy wide-leg pant, like the satin orange Christian Siriano trousers and ice blue Sally LaPointe cinched-waist pieces she wore in New York recently.
And this is a look we can get behind.
Because, now that it’s summertime, who really wants to walk around with skirts that lead to chaffing or too-tight pants that don’t allow for any room to breathe in case you drink one too many glasses of rosé. No, the big and baggy option has everything you could possibly want in a pant — a high waisted fit to really define your waist, coverage in case you get cold at night or in air conditioning, room for your legs to get some air and a flattering silhouette that makes your legs look a mile long (we’re exaggerating there, but you get it).
And, the best part is that you don’t need Hadid’s 5′ 10″ frame to get this supermodel-worthy look. Just get them to “supermodel” length — meaning that the hemline covers the shoe without touching the ground.
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Ready for your own pair? Whether you choose a style that’s bright, neutral or printed, you won’t regret it — scroll down to shop some of our favorite picks right now.
Go bold or go home! These solid bright colors are just plain fun. Wear them with a cool graphic tee or a matching top for a head-to-toe monochromatic look.
From left to right: Buy It! P.A.R.O.S.H. Pleated Palazzo Trousers, $154 (orig. $236); farfetch.com; Zara Palazzo Trousers, $49.90; zara.com; Topshop Side Split Trousers by Boutique, $85 (orig. $170); topshop.com
If color isn’t your style, opt for a more subtle shade. Try sticking with lighter neutrals such as blush, cream and white for a minimal and clean look.
From left to right: Buy It! Boohoo Tamar Crepe Bralet Palazzo Trouser Co-Ord (top not shown), $50; boohoo.com; Topshop Wide Leg Trousers, $100; topshop.com; Diane von Furstenberg Hi-Rise Wide Leg Trousers, $296; matchesfashion.com
Try a pair in a pretty floral print for a more feminine vibe, or if you’re looking to go a little nautical, seersucker stripes is the answer. Pair them with a striped sneaker for an ultra-sporty look.
Would you rock this wide leg trend? Comment below to let us know!