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Stylish, pull-on jersey type trousers (that feel like pjs but are okay for outdoors)? Do they exist?

(24 Posts)
LeoandBoosmum Thu 12-Feb-15 11:14:31

I'm after some trousers that are zip, button-free, easy-on/off, stylish (am only 40) preferably soft cotton/ casual jersey types...but not tracksuit bottoms. They need to have the comfort and ease of use of pj bottoms but not look like pj bottoms as I need them for outside (and need to go with flats, pumps, ballets etc). I can go up to £40ish at a stretch for the right trousers smile I've checked out Boden, Joules to no avail.
Thanks to anyone who can recommend anything good!

borntobequiet Thu 12-Feb-15 11:29:49

Here:
maggiewhite.com/category/trousers

borntobequiet Thu 12-Feb-15 11:31:32

Sorry, realise they are a bit expensive. But they last...

CiderwithBuda Thu 12-Feb-15 11:32:15

Lands End do some.

snice Thu 12-Feb-15 11:34:12

Would yoga trousers work?

ShatnersBassoon Thu 12-Feb-15 11:41:20

BHS

Gusthetheatrecat Thu 12-Feb-15 11:42:04

I have a pair of black jersey hareem pants from Next that might do the trick? I bought because recommended on here! They are v soft. Maybe a bit unstructured for me (I don't wear them with a t shirt, for example, because I feel a bit too floppy if I do!) but nice with a shirt or similar, and definitely meet your criteria.

Likeaninjanow Thu 12-Feb-15 11:44:47

Hush do lovely harems.

gingerbreadmam Thu 12-Feb-15 13:37:01

Marks and spencer do some jersey pull on trousers in various fits, wide leg, bootcut, slim leg.

I have some on now bought them to conceal early pregnancy, soooo comfy!

www.marksandspencer.com/wide-leg-trousers/p/p22059603

not sure your age but i'm 30 and would consider these to be quite a modern style although they don't look it so much on the link.

ChablisChic Thu 12-Feb-15 13:44:22

Land's End do some, as mentioned upthread, in their Starfish range. I've not tried them, but have had other stuff from them and the quality is excellent.
here

TaffyandTeenyTaffy Thu 12-Feb-15 13:49:38

I would second the m&s ones suggested - I have a few pairs of the slightly thicker bootcut version - which were about £15/16 - for work. I suffer with my bowel and so some times need the stretch waist comfort.

Oly4 Thu 12-Feb-15 15:27:04

White company roll top trousers. As comfy as yoga pants but can be worn outside

BanKimoon Thu 12-Feb-15 15:31:17

Next Ponte leggings are also pretty cosy with a longer top. I work from home and slob around the house all day apart from the nursery run and they work for me! Also the Hush Harems are pretty cosy and I wear out with my Timberlands to try and convince myself they look nothing like pjs.

DoubletheRage Thu 12-Feb-15 15:50:05

Kettlewell

Too much for jersey trousers but they are amazing. I've had mine about 18 months and they've had loads of wear, still look like new, no bobbling and the knees and bum never go saggy no matter how much lounging about you do.

DoubletheRage Thu 12-Feb-15 15:50:51

They're also by far the most comfy trousers I've ever owned, even by jersey trouser standards!

Greengardenpixie Thu 12-Feb-15 16:25:58

I bought these flares and am wearing them today. They are quite long though but mega comfy. I have them on with a black tunic and chunky shoes. I rolled them over at the top a little to combat the length:

You can get them in navy and black.

www.next.co.uk/g5210s5#935919g52

trader21c Thu 12-Feb-15 19:11:52

I have some nice thick ones from Top Shop - they are kindof thick leggings but pannelled

TheSpottedZebra Thu 12-Feb-15 19:21:42

Gap have some trews that look like poshed up joggers -eg www.gap.co.uk/browse/product.do?cid=1016795&vid=1&pid=000224863000

Or what about jeggings, or are they too tricky to pull on or too tight?

TheSpottedZebra Thu 12-Feb-15 19:24:58

Also from gap
scuba pants
moto joggers in 'comfy french terry'

PartyFops Thu 12-Feb-15 19:31:56

I can vouch for the m&s ones too, I gave about 6 pairs! ��

Moltenpink Thu 12-Feb-15 19:52:07

I think these are really easy to pull on, I have them in almost every colour!

Eden Ultra Soft

SASASI Thu 12-Feb-15 23:07:58

Next harem are fab, loads of colours & prints.
I wear plain colours to Pilates & printed to work with a nice top.

Think I'll give the M&S ones a go next time they've money off!

nowitsenough Fri 13-Feb-15 16:33:37

I have the M&S ones, they are great. The straight ones are quote quite large, so order a size down.

TheBitterBoy Fri 13-Feb-15 16:36:21

I just came on here to recommend the Eden Jeggings from Dotty P, but I see Moltenpink has beaten me to it! I also have them in almost every colour they do.

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