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'lounge pants' for tall, slim DH

(13 Posts)
Closetlibrarian Thu 07-Dec-17 15:19:34

I'm looking for a pair of cosy 'lounge pants' for DH. Not tracksuit bottoms, but straight legged, warm, pj-bottom style trousers for slouching around at home in. Challenge is that he's tall and slim (32 waist, 34 leg) and in the past the ones I've bought him have always been flapping around his ankles. I can't seem to find any that are a) in the right price range (up to about £35) and are nice. Any ideas?

PasstheStarmix Thu 07-Dec-17 15:22:53

I feel your frustration as dh has really long legs (I'm jealous) he is 34 leg aswell and it's a nightmare trying to get that length as a lot stops at 32! I bough him some loungewear from Debenhams and they were great and very generous. Sometimes you can catch their sales if you look last minute...

RestingGrinchFace Thu 07-Dec-17 15:23:52

Try Alexander perry-their stuff is suitable for taller men.

PasstheStarmix Thu 07-Dec-17 15:24:10

BestIsWest Thu 07-Dec-17 17:47:26

M&S do some extra long ones - just bought some for DS

Unicorn81 Thu 07-Dec-17 18:31:47

Fat face or gap are good length wise

FannyBurney Thu 07-Dec-17 19:04:34

My DH is some shape. Boden used to do long ones but haven’t looked recently

SE12mum Thu 07-Dec-17 19:12:30

John Lewis jersey pj bottoms £25 and fit my tall, slim DH well

WizardOfToss Thu 07-Dec-17 19:20:07

I would second Fat Face or Boden. DH is 6.4 and a big fan of what he calls 'house trousers' grin

MrsPestilence Thu 07-Dec-17 19:26:22

Next do long length brushed cotton. DS and DD both have some (both have 34 inside leg).

Closetlibrarian Thu 07-Dec-17 20:46:07

Ha ha Wizard my DH call them his 'house pants'!

PasstheStarmix Thu 07-Dec-17 20:47:23

Everyone should have house clothes as soo comfy

Closetlibrarian Thu 07-Dec-17 21:11:35

I work mostly from home Pass so I pretty much live in house clothes!

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