Retailers, consumers and prices
Thanksgiving is fast approaching and you know what that means: It’s time to put away your designer jeans and man Spanx and settle into something a little more … accommodating.
Let us introduce you to Gluttony Pants, the result of a partnership between Betabrand and chef Chris Cosentino. They’re the shade of a perfectly roasted turkey, have pockets the color of cranberries and adjust to three indulgent sizes: piglet, sow and boar.
The trousers are the first installment in Betabrand’s 7 Sins clothing series for men and women. They’re made in San Francisco, sold only through Betabrand.com and will run you $100.
Not your thing? Well, there’s always dad’s old Sansabelt pants.
(Photos of trousers and Cosentino courtesy of Betabrand.com)