Sweat Pants For Everyday Life & How To Pack Them For Travel

by Lillian Whitaker

Sweat pants are America's true patriotism. They represent the red, white and blue in a way no other item of clothing can; they're always there to support you through thick or thin. However sweatpants require special care when it comes to packing them for travel because if folded incorrectly could result in wrinkles that make your clothes look like old-lady pyjamas on their first night out clubbing with kids who just found ecstasy tablets at the dollar store down by street corner where once was a landmark bowling alley but is now someone else’s property undergoing construction while working as an independent contractor site supervisor after returning from vacationing abroad during which time he met his niece whom had never seen snow before ever nor tasted ice cream

 

If you go to the gym, take a jog in the early morning or like to walk your dog on walks around town, sweat pants are probably one of those items that never leaves your closet. They're comfortable and flexible enough for even an intense workout session- which is why they were originally called 'sweatpants.' These comfy wearables aren’t just for working out, however, as they are commonly used to simply lounge around the house or for a quick run to the grocery store. Just throw on a crisp white t-shirt, some white sneakers and pair that with your favorite sweat pants.

 

Sweatpants are the best thing you can wear when your day is not going as planned. You don't have to worry about stains or putting on a lot of make-up, because they take care of all that for you! If you are a busy stay-at-home mom with small children, then you can appreciate the need to move quickly and easily. The little ones are always on the move and you need to be comfortable if you have any hopes of keeping up with them. Their versatility and comfort are the two main benefits of sweat pants.

 

There are a number of ways to purchase sweat pants, including retail and online clothing or fitness stores. These are very inexpensive when compared to jeans and, best of all, they never leave a thin red line across your stomach as a more stiff, tight-fitting jean would do. Sweat pants are available in virtually every color of the rainbow, including solid black, white, red, shades of pink, variations of blue and everything in between. Most sweat pants have coordinating accessories, such as hooded jackets for a monochromatic look. The majority of individuals who wear sweat pants wear them with white socks and tennis shoes.

 

Just as there are accessories, there are variations in the design of sweat pants themselves. Shoppers can not only choose from a variety of colors, but may purchase sweat pants with or without side pockets. The presence of pockets is terrific for carrying keys or some spending money, while the absence of pockets reduces any look of additional bulk in the hip area. Others tend to look for sweat pants that feature an elastic ankle, while some individuals prefer a straight leg that falls naturally.

 

If you're like me, packing for long trips can be a nightmare. I always end up stuffing my clothes in and out of every nook and cranny to make room for all the souvenirs that will inevitably accumulate (don't worry - it's already started!). The problem is when your favorite sweatpants are rolled up with everything else since they take more space due to their bulkiness. Thanks to this quick tip though, we'll never go through that struggle again! Just simply fold them over once so they're half as wide then start rolling from the waist downwards until you reach the ankle- or do away with any wrinkle potential by folding right after washing instead!