Don't get us wrong—we still can't get enough of new spring dresses and strappy sandals. In fact, warm-weather online shopping is proving to be the perfect distraction right now. But in light of recent events, our day-to-day wardrobe currently consists of sweatpants. From designer joggers and chic loungewear to straight-up sweats and pajamas, it's safe to say we'll be existing in various forms of fleece, cotton, and polyester for the foreseeable future.
With that, we took it upon ourselves to comb through our favorite retailers in search of the most comfortable and stylish sweats, and we weren't disappointed. Whether you're in the market for a new pair of work sweats, sleep sweats, or Netflixing sweats, we could all use a loungewear refresh. Below, shop the 20 best sweatpants for women that we're currently coveting, from brands like Calvin Klein, Eberjey, Alo, Cotton Citizen, and more.
These vintage-inspired sweats are made from Monrow's signature Supersoft fabric.
Pair these comfy sweats with the matching hooded sweatshirt.
Style these Nike sweats with a puffer jacket and sneakers for an athleisure look.
We love the rusty hue of these flowing puddle pants.
Calvin Klein sweats are just as classic as the brand's sports bras and underwear.
You'll never want to take off these incredibly soft Eberjey sweats.
These track pants can easily go from the couch to the gym.
Tired of neutral? Try this light pink tie-dye option.
The colorblocking trend applies to sweatpants, too.
Sage green is having a moment, and so are these super-soft Project Social sweats.
Champion will never go out of style.
We love the nude color and darting on this Nike pair.
These comfy ribbed sweats will go with everything.
Pair these Reformation sweats with the matching tie-dye pullover.
We love the high waist on these knit Live the Process sweats.
Style these faded sweats with a vintage graphic tee.
You can't go wrong with wide-leg Alexander Wang lounge pants.
We're here for these '90s-inspired cargo-style sweats.
We want to live in these tie-dye Marc Jacobs sweats.