3 Ways to Wear It: The Metro Slouch Pant
As an active girl, I’m loving the Metro Slouch pant for weekend activities from walking my dog, checking out some art or hitting a yoga class. As a stylist, I’m loving how easy it is to dress up or down. Check out a few of my fave looks…
Look 1: Morning Walk with My Dog
My dog Isa makes sure I’m up and out the door every morning. I threw on the Metro Slouch and cinched up the ankle ties to make them a capri length. The side zippers were great for storing a few treats for Isa. I decided to keep things comfy with the Atmosphere Anorak and completed the look with the super-sleek Elevate Jacket from the Derek Lam 10C x Athleta collaboration. The Metro Slouch has great breathability, keeping me cool as we both got some exercise in.
Los Angeles is such a creative place to live, which I love for my job as a stylist. I decided to visit the LACMA art museum to get inspired. The Metro Slouch has an urban feel, so it’s a nice base to dress up or down. I threw on the Criss Cross Sweatshirt along with some fancy shoes and the Sunday Sweater in luxuriously soft wool cashmere. Easy high-low chic!
Last stop. Time to wind down at restorative yoga. The Metro Slouch is yoga-pant comfy. In fact, they’re made from Pilayo, which is what many of Athleta’s most popular yoga tights are made of. These pants are perfect for those days when you don’t want to pack another change of clothes just for yoga class. I left the ankle ties loose, allowing the pant to hang free and making for an even more relaxed fit.
Shop Alex’s Looks
Look 1: Walking the Dog
Look 2: Afternoon Art Jaunt
Look 3: Restorative Yoga Class
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