Public Rec makes pants that feel a lot like sweats but look much nicer — after more than 2 years of wear, they still look brand new


by Business Insider

Business Insider— Public Rec Product Embed: Product Name: Public Rec All Day Every Day Pant Card Type: small https://produktor.businessinsider.com/productCardService?id=5dd58443fd9db234eb123187&type=small&live=true Width: 100% Height: 150% While dressing professionally for the office might be routine, it's still only a part of your day-to-day life. See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: What's inside a puffer fish See Also:13 books for young children that feature protagonists of...

Business Insider—Everlane’s $115 Day Glove flats look and feel like they cost a lot more — here’s what we think after wearing them around New York City for a year. Everlane's Day Glove flats ($115) are made from a soft Italian leather and have features like a higher upper that bends with you smoothly and securely, side perforations that ventilate, and an easy pull tab. Four women on the Insider Picks team tested them out to see if they're really as comfortable as Everlane promises. Then, they provided updates on how the shoes held up to over a year of regular use.  You can read our thoughts below, or grab yourself a pair at Everlane in 15 Nappa leather...

POPSUGAR Fashion—These $35 Pants Look Like Work Trousers, but Honestly, They Feel Like Sweatpants. One of my 2020 goals is to make my wardrobe more comfortable. While I'm always on the hunt for versatile and stylish pieces, if they're not comfy enough to last long days and what seems like even longer commutes, what's the point? One item I find myself searching for is a pair of good pants; ones that I can easily rock every day, especially to the office. On a recent shopping trip at Old Navy, I stumbled upon these Mid-Rise Pull-On Straight Pants ($35), which, honestly, can be easy to miss....

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