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Let Us All Bask in the Glory of Harry Styles' Enormous Pants Energy

Is this fit righteous? You're damn right it is.
IMAGE Neil Mockford/Getty Images
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So, about that Harry Styles chap. He was in London this week, performing at the BBC Radio One Live Lounge. I don't know what song (or songs) he decided to bestow upon the ears of the UK's listening public, and it doesn't matter. I am not here to talk about songs. I am here to talk about Harry Styles' enormous pants. Or, as they say across the pond, "trousers." ("Pants" are underpants. Now you know!)

Harry Styles and his Big Pants Energy.

Photo by Neil Mockford/Getty Images.
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Now, big though they are—and they are very big—here's the thing about Harry Styles' pants: They are but one part of this majestic ensemble. There is also a jacket, which is plaid, and looks fantastic. And then there's the T-shirt, a collaboration between Styles and one of his leading fashion muses, Gucci's Alessandro Michele. There are also, of course, shoes. They're white, and I assume they're pretty cool, but I wouldn't put money on that because (remember!) those pants. I can barely see the damn shoes.

But the pants, well, they're clearly the star of the show. They are righteous. They demand attention, and they deliver entertainment. 2018 was all about BDE. But right before the buzzer, 2019 has declared itself the year of BPE. And Harry's pants? They've got a whole lot of energy.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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