Jeans are a must have in every wardrobe no doubt but they aren’t the most comfortable of the lot come summer. Comfy, breezy yet stylish clothing is imperative in summer; so here are some of the comfier alternatives to the evergreen jeans.

Culottes, a split or bifurcated skirt; a garment that hangs like a skirt but is actually pants has been around for at least half a century. Many share a love hate relationship with this trend and tend to steer clear of culottes as they have the ability to shorten your leg-line. Well, a pair of nude/flesh coloured pumps can instantly give that much needed leg-line and height. This comfy trend can be casual dressed down or up; either ways it looks classy.

Palazzo / Wide Leg Pants
A personal favourite of mine and my most go to clothing item this summer; these are longer version of culottes. These elongate the legs and are super comfortable I could literally sleep in them. They are very versatile because you can pair them up with a stylish top, basic crop top or even a kurti and yet look chic. My favourite way of wearing printed palazzos is a basic solid coloured crop top and strappy sandal.

Cotton printed Pants
Cotton is one of the most comfortable fabrics existing in my opinion; I personally prefer cotton clothing in summer. Printed cotton pants can be paired up with a single coloured tee or a full sleeved top. On the accessories front try and keep it minimal or no accessories at all. These pants are perfect as a travel outfit.

Harem pants
Quirkier alternative to sweatpants; the drop crotch and slouchy legs are a much acceptable version wearable outside the comforts of your home. One has many options to choose from…basics to bling. Take your pick.

Classic lounge wear clothing has now become a style statement and is no longer confined to just being worn at home. This super comfy item of clothing can be styled any way you want and get away with looking stylish.

So what’s your favourite style this summer? 

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