Would You Wear Super-Slouchy Pants Like Gwen’s?

03/29/2010 at 06:00 AM ET

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Relaxed, harem-inspired pants have been popping up everywhere! They’re such a fresh take on trousers (and we like how comfy they are!), but when we spotted Gwen Stefani leaving a nail salon in Palm Springs. wearing a slouchy-to-the-max pair, we couldn’t help but think: How slouchy is too slouchy? We love Gwen’s trendy, cool-girl style, but we’re not quite sure if this look works. What do you think? Tell us: Would you wear extra-slouchy pants like Gwen’s? Vote now!

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mediaalive on

I think the outfit looks very nice on her.

Munira on

yep! it’s a shalwar all right! and i wear one all the time, except it comes all the way down to the ankles and it’s combined with a long flowy shirt called a ‘kameez’. i also sling a 2 and a half metre long piece of fabric around my neck to complete the outfit. it’s an eastern thing, and very pakistani :) great for our kind of weather (hot!)as the material used is very light cotton.

Keren on

It looks ok on her though, but the pants is too baggy and big, I’m sure I’d look awkward and funny wearing that.So no, not for me!

dressingmyself on

I would only wear those pants if they were guaranteed to come with a magic lamp and genie.

shivamseo on

i think all u need no buddy need to wear this pants?

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