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Are Baggy Pants Actually Cool Again?

Find out in Esquire's video series, Re-Fashioned.
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Introducing Re-Fashioned, Esquire’s new weekly YouTube series that highlights the trends in fashion that are blazing the comeback trail and how you can be the first to rock them in your everyday life. Check back every Thursday on Esquire.com for more from host Sabir Peele.

We’re living in a time when there’s no right way to wear pants. Long, cropped, dark, light—there's no right (or wrong) answer. And now, to prove that things are really getting interesting, we’re seeing the return of baggy pants.

That’s right: Baggy pants are resurfacing. But the way it's happening is less Kriss Kross and high fashion. With brands from Raf Simons' reinvigorated Calvin Klein to J.Crew adding pants with fuller silhouettes in everything from denim to wool, the way we look at baggy pants may be changing. Gone are the days of 50-inch hems and oddly non-functional straps (see Girbaud Jeans). We’re now living in a world where tailored and baggy are on the same playing field. What a time to be alive.

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

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