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For many people (this writer included), loungewear is a major staple in their weekly wardrobe. And while heavy-duty sweatsuits aren’t the best fit for summertime, you don’t have to stop wearing loungewear just because the weather is heating up.
Case in point: Old Navy’s Extra High-Waisted Vintage Sweat Shorts. These sweatshorts are trending on TikTok right now, and it’s easy to understand why. They’re comfy, they aren’t too short and they’re just under $20.
If you’re a regular TikTok user, then you’ve probably seen these shorts all over your FYP this week. But for those that aren’t on the app, here’s the gist: TikTokers have been running to their local Old Navy to stock up on basics for the summer — and most of the popular hauls include these shorts.
User @kaylakerr_ shared her Old Navy haul that was inspired by the sweatshorts, and it’s already racked up more than 109,000 likes. User @sarahelipayne called the shorts “perfect” and declared that “Old Navy has been killing the game recently.” And user @lindseygrieves5 modeled the shorts in her video, which currently has over 900,000 views. Yep, this style is a pretty big deal.
The shorts are currently in stock in black, grey and white on Old Navy’s website and come in sizes XS-4X. The simple design features a baggier fit, an adjustable drawstring and the waistband is one inch higher than the brand’s standard high-waisted shorts. TikTok users were also quick to call out that they love that these shorts aren’t too short, thanks to the 5-inch inseam.
Another plus? These shorts have two side pockets and one back pocket to hold everything from your phone and keys to your earbuds. Toss these shorts on when running errands, heading to the beach or just when hanging on the couch. For $19.99, these shorts are a no-brainer purchase. Thanks for the tip, TikTok!
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