Trend Watch: Slouchy Trousers on the Runway

Ditch your stovepipe skinny jeans and try a pair of slouchy men's trousers this season.

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Take a break from your skinny stovepipes and try a pair of this season's slouchy, ultra-comfortable trousers. At Altuzarra, menswear-inspired pants were paired with feminine satin blouses and oversize parkas.
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Alexander Wang added elastic and exposed zippers to these waterproof pants for an edgy ski chalet look.
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A slightly shorter length gives these cuffed Chanel trousers an old-fashioned appeal.
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Richard Chai paired these baggy flannel pants with his signature loose-weave knits and a silky trench.
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Even baggy pants can be club-ready. At Diane Von Furstenberg, a silky turquoise blouse was styled with shiny gold harem pants.
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Yigal Azrouel's perfectly draped white harem pants looked terrific with a matching knit turtleneck.
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A subtle flare at the ankle gives these DKNY trousers a leg-lengthening look.
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Michael Kors put a sexy new spin on "power dressing" by pairing baggy men's trousers with plunging V-neck blouses.
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Phillip Lim's two-tone pleated pants are short enough to show off a killer ankle boot.
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Chloe's awesomely '70s wide-leg trousers feature a flattering high waist and slightly darker cuff.
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At Fendi, pants were cut wide all the way to the ankle, where they were rolled up into narrow cuffs.
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Sonia Rykiel's playful plaid trousers are just the thing we're looking for to stay comfy and stylish this holiday season.
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Lanvin's sleek pair of classic black trousers offer just enough slouch at the knee.
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For fall, Tommy Hilfiger found a way to reinvent a classic pair of PJ pants as work-appropriate trousers.
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Rag & Bone put a modern spin on classic tweed trousers by adding sporty orange stripes.
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