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Where to Buy Non-Denim Pants You Can Wear Anywhere

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Where Can I Find: Normal, Non-Denim Pants
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“Where can I buy pants that aren’t jeans” is a question that hits my Twitter feed en masse once the temperature drops below 65 degrees. And everyone who’s wondering where to go and what to buy is right when they say that shopping for pants is kind of the worst.

But it can be done! And it doesn’t have to happen at Zara, though I’d argue that’s a very great place to start. Good pants don’t have to cost a lot of money — and they also don’t have to be boring. There’s a crazy rumor flying around that if you’re “not tall” or “not cool,” you can’t wear culottes. I’m 5’2” and I go to Starbucks every single day, so I assure you, you do not need to be tall or cool to pull them off.

Below, here’s where I think you should shop for pants. —Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

Everlane
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I know! It’s the most obvious answer. But I really do think they make great pants (and sweaters, too). I hopped on board the direct-to-consumer train very late (because I was lazy, prefer shopping IRL, and am a little cheap), so I’m currently at peak-enthusiasm about Everlane. The Premium Wool Flannel Cropped Pant ($125) is just a really easy investment if you want a normal pair of work pants.

However, seams down the leg can be a little tough if your hips and thighs are wide (more often than not, this particular shape it doesn’t work for my body), so if that’s the case for you, too, try the Track Pant (also $125), which is a little more forgiving.

Aritzia
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And this is the second most-obvious answer. But you know what? There’s a reason why everyone you know probably shops here. I personally like Aritzia a lot, but I will say that everything always feels like it costs $60 more than it should, which is why I wait for the sales. Like 99% of the store, the pants selection is solely neutrals (black, navy, charcoal, etc.), but there’s something fun about most them that keeps it from being boring.

I really like the Carmine ($165) and Dorval ($145) pants because of the draped front, and the Jallade Pant ($145) because of this cool thing you can do with the long belt.

COS
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The thing that’s great about COS is almost everything here looks a lot more expensive than it is. And prices are actually relatively reasonable. I bought a pair of black wide-leg pants ($115) at the tail end of the summer and routinely get told that they look “expensive,” which is nice.

In addition to those, I really like the Slouchy Tailored Trousers ($115) — because even though they’re big, they sit right on the waist, and that keeps them from getting sloppy — and the Linen-Wool Culottes ($125), because I’ve already established I am pro-culotte.

Theory
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Recommending Theory for work-appropriate clothing is like recommending the ocean for a swim. It’s a no-brainer, but I do think the brand has come a long way in the past few seasons (I used to find it very, very boring).

Right now, Theory has pretty much every type of pant that’s ever existed available for purchase. If you’re looking for something fitted, the Slim shape comes in a bunch of different fabrics, including stretch wool (like these, for $285) and the flares (like this black-and-white version for $365). Oh, and these wacky culottes ($495).

 

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Denim Jackets to Buy Now That Aren’t Supreme or Gucci
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In a normal year, we wait patiently until at least one leaf has drifted from branch to ground before scrambling for a denim jacket. It’s the perfect transitional piece — light enough for the sun that makes the autumnal leaves glow, but heavy enough for the breeze that escorts those leaves to the earth — and a good one survives many springs, falls, and maybe even a pre-global warming winter and summer.

But this was no ordinary year. Not even the dead heat of summer could keep celebrities like 2 Chainz and Rihanna away from Gucci’s trendy version embroidered with butterflies, flowers, and a tiger.

Gucci’s shearling standout has spawned lookalikes. Namely, one released Thursday as part of Levi’s collaboration with legendary streetwear brand Supreme. But even if you don’t have $5,000 to spare on Gucci’s, or quick enough trigger fingers to snatch up Supreme’s, plenty of other brands have released denim jackets that serve as perfectly good replacements.

Whether you’re looking for something classic, something almost identical to what’s been released by the aforementioned pair of brands, or something a little strange, you can find it all here.

See all our favorite denim jackets here >>
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