I am so excited to share with all of you the pants I wear more than any other pair of pants in my entire closet. Black joggers have become my go to for just about every occasion.
When I first got them, I thought they would be limited to only athleisure type outfits or more loungewear focused because they are so out of this world comfy. Then, I stopped ignoring the fact that they had a killer flattering high waist line that was muffin top slayer. Most joggers are either elastic waist or drawstring so you have the ability to customize the fit to your perfect liking.
I thought about starting with my go-to outfit with these joggers – a tank top with sneakers – but, that look is a no brainer. I wanted to show you three different ways you can style joggers that maybe you hadn’t considered before.
Here are some of my favorites on the web right now:
First is an outfit you can wear in a professional setting. Joggers are a great transition piece as we go from summer office wear to the winter. Pair joggers with a loose-fitting thin sweater and tuck in the front to maintain some structure. Because the top and pants don’t have a lot of shape on their own, I pair of them with these overly designed booties to elevate the overall style.
Still not feeling business enough for your style? Add a blazer and leave it open can you put together a comfortable and stylish look for any meeting.
As I mentioned before, joggers are so flattering on the waist line that it feels like they were meant for a crop top opportunity. Just about any crop top will do from a fitted, casual knit, or a ruffle style that is not quite fitted – either will work.
I wanted to show these joggers as a night out of style with a dramatic flair. Trust me, wearing these is like wearing SWEATPANTS in the club. You will never want to go back to tight fitting clothing again after giving them a try.
I have a ton of satin camis in my closet that are perfect for layering. At first, I wasn’t sure how a slouchy pant would do with a slouchy top. However, the satin paired with the light material of the joggers is just the right amount of dressy.
I opted for some two-strap mini wedges in order to elongate the line of sight from top to bottom. The gathered ankles hide the strap here, but I could easily pull the legs up to emphasize that detail.
Do you have joggers in your wardrobe? If not, what’s holding you back?