These $20 Lounge Pants Are So Comfortable, I Bought 2
At this point in my life, I pretty much consider myself a loungewear expert. I work from home, and I like to be as comfortable as possible when I'm working — which means I've spent hours searching for clothes that feel comfortable and look cute at the same time. I get a lot of questions about my loungewear, but recently, many people have asked about a specific pair of pajama pants I wear all the time.
I film a lot of "get ready with me" videos on TikTok, and usually, I start out the videos in my pajamas. I've owned the same pair of PJs from Old Navy for years, and I was surprised by how many people wanted to know where my pajama pants were from. Since I'd purchased the pants years ago, I decided to grab Old Navy's latest version, the Mid-Rise Sunday Sleep Ultra Soft Pajama Pants ($20) to see if they were as good as the ones I owned.
When I got the new pants in the mail, I immediately compared them to my original pair from years ago. The fit and feel were basically the same, but they were even softer than my old pair. I didn't think that was humanly possible, but somehow, Old Navy pulled it off.
The pants come in six different colors and are offered in sizes XS-4X, as well as in regular and tall. The size XS regular I purchased fit perfectly, so I'd say these pants are true to size. I went with the Light Heather Gray shade, which goes with pretty much everything. The pants have an elastic mid-rise waistband and an interior drawstring; they are made of a modal/rayon jersey combination and have a ton of stretch. They're lightweight enough that I don't feel too hot sleeping in them but weighty enough that I feel fine wearing them for walks around my neighborhood or while running casual errands.
Now that I own two pairs of the coziest pants to ever touch my body, I'm rarely seen in anything else. These are truly my favorite lounge pants, and they're what I reach for when I want maximum comfort. Plus, they have more than 850 five-star reviews on the Old Navy website, so I think it's safe to say they're loved by pretty much everyone who comes in contact with them.