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Long haul trousers

(6 Posts)
Viviene Wed 14-Feb-18 17:43:25

I travel quite a lot long haul and need decent looking and comfortable trousers.
I had lounge-y type Animal bottoms but they went really baggy after few washes and developed stains that I can't remove.

Is there something like smart looking tracksuit bottoms / joggers / etc?! Ideally black or dark grey, straight leg (no cuff at the bottom), no polyester, size 14/16, on the smart side but still comfortable for 14h+

Budget up to £100 if it's the right pair.

Thanks!

Mercurial123 Wed 14-Feb-18 18:13:34

I have the Alo yoga Moto sweatpants they are cuffed at the bottom other styles aren't. They are really hard-wearing and look good. You can sometimes find good deals on EBay.

silkpyjamasallday Wed 14-Feb-18 18:19:49

Something like these maybe? https://www.jaeger.co.uk/tencel-drape-trousers-731082y-05000?gclid=Cj0KCQiA2YUBRCGARIsALglqQ2yps80jj_NLreTZDxt5LGXnMC4IQ17akRjUx16AN4rkzoQaDSUxqrUaApWUEALw_wcB

I have some silk tracksuit bottoms I got from asos a few years ago, they don't seem to have anything similar unfortunately, I wear them quite a lot and they have survived the washing machine.

HyenaHappy Wed 14-Feb-18 18:21:33

Uniqlo trousers leggings? They look like skinny jeans but are very comfy. They’re about £20.

Viviene Wed 14-Feb-18 18:24:35

Oooh AloYoga are beautiful :-)

Jaeger ones would be really unflattering on me - I will check out Uniqlo ones.

Thanks!

retirednow Wed 14-Feb-18 18:28:00

I find craghoppers really comfortable

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