LifestyleStyle 9 pairs of eating pants to wear to your holiday feast By MELISSA KRAVITZ firstname.lastname@example.org Updated November 23, 2015 5:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Eating season is on! But even on the most glutinous days of the year, you still want to look good. Pull on these pants that will stretch as you feast, and keep you stylish no matter how much you choose to stuff in your mouth. Happy eating! Naked Tencel Pants Photo Credit: Naked Alright, so these are technically sleep pants, but the super comfy signature Tencel™ fabric makes you want to wear them all day! Made from sustainable eucalyptus fiber and spandex, these pants are wrinkle-free and use nanotechnology for breathable moisture-wicking. Grab a pair in black and pair with a stylish blouse or sweater for a family feast -- your eating pants are so ready for this. $68, wearnaked.com American Apparel Vegan Leather Zip Legging Photo Credit: American Apparel No way you're going to fit in leather pants after eating half a cow (sorry), but even if there's no red meat at your holiday feast, you'll appreciate the stretchiness of this leggings-pants hybrid. Ankle zippers add a fun detail and the black pleather pairs with pretty much any top or tunic. $58, americanapparel.net Babaton Timothy Pant Photo Credit: Aritzia These silky velvet joggers are designed to make your holiday outfit look extra luxe with minimal effort. Pair with pretty much any top and shoes and you'll still look amaze. High-waisted with an elastic pullover waistband make these pretty ideal for feasting. $165, aritzia.com MICHAEL Michael Kors Stretch Cord Leggings Photo Credit: Zappos They look like corduroys but they're leggings! No buttons, no zipper, just elastic -- you'll be surprised at how stylish these pants actually are. Available in maroon, navy and black, you can plan a whole holiday wardrobe around these stretchy pants! $60, Zappos.com Eileen Fisher Slouchy Pant Photo Credit: Eileen Fisher Elastic waistbands and slouchiness is what we're talking about here. These textured pants give a formal feel to what are truly glamorized sweats. Wear them with stiletto booties to dress up your look. $178, Eileenfisher.com J. Jill Ponte Knit Seamed Leggings Photo Credit: J. Jill It's amazing what a little seam can do! These pants, which do indeed feature an elastic waistband, offer a tailored look beyond your standard spandex pants. A blend of rayon, nylon and spandex keeps pants stretchy and stylish. $69, jjill.com Vince Luxe Lounge Wool Cashmere Jogger Photo Credit: Vince Okay, yes, they're sweatpants, but they're cashmere sweatpants, and it doesn't get much fancier than that. If you're a spiller, you may want to skip these -- or use a hefty lap napkin -- but these comfy heather pants are soft and kind of the best for an after dinner nap... $325, Vince.com Hanes Women's X-TEMP® Shaping Leggings Photo Credit: Hanes If you're in the camp of leggings as pants, and yes you should be, these are the leggings you want for one of the most glutinous days of the year. Cotton and spandex combine in these leggings for ultimate comfort and movability, while an extra wide waistband slims your tummy regardless of how much turkey you stuff in there. $23, Hanes.com Meesh & Mia New York Giants Team Leggings Photo Credit: NFL Shop If Thanksgiving is all about kicking back and watching -- or playing-- some football, relax in these stretchy NFL themed pants, available for all major teams. Black pants are accented with a rhinestone logo for some team spirit, but can easily be dressed up if your relatives don't appreciate you attending family dinner in a jersey and sweats. $45, NFLshop.com By MELISSA KRAVITZ email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Bill Nye, The Fashion Guy, debuts collectionThe Science Guy has become The Fashion Guy. Stylish but can’t commit? There’s a clip-on man bun for that"For the Man Who Wears Many Hats, but No Bun" 12 Thanksgiving cocktails to shake up on #Drinksgiving Cheers! It's Drinksgiving! Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.