Pants are an essential must-have in every girl’s wardrobe. From different types of jeans to basic trousers, find all types of pants with our SlubWords glossary below.
6 Pocket (N.) [six pok-it] A 6 pocket pant is a cargo pant with 6 pockets. Also see cargo pant.
Bell bottoms (N.) [bel bot–uh m] Trousers that are wider or flared from the knee to the bottom, forming a bell-like shape are called bell bottoms. Also see flared.
Boy jeans (N.) [boi jeenz] A type of women’s jeans with straight cut and relaxed fit are called boy jeans, inspired by men’s jeans. Also see boyfriend jeans.
Boyfriend jeans (N.) [boi-frend jeenz] Boyfriend jeans are women’s jeans, cuffed at the bottom and oversized or loose-fitted, almost like wearing men’s jeans. Also see boy jeans.
Capri (N.) [kah-pree] Capri pants are longer than shorts and shorter than a normal trouser, usually ending at the mid-calf. Also see shorts.
Cargo (N.) [kahr-goh] A type of cotton pants that are loosely fitted and baggy and usually have large pockets halfway down are called cargo pants. Also see 6 pocket.
Cigarette (N.) [sig-uh–ret] A type of pants that are straight and well-fitted with narrow openings at the ankles are called cigarette pants.
Distressed jeans (N.) [dih-strest jeenz] See ripped jeans.
Flared (N.) [flar-ed] A type of trousers that are tight fitted until the knees and are wider or flared from the knees to the bottom are called flared pants.
Jeans (N.) [jeenz] A type of pants made out of a strong fabric called denim that are usually worn as casual wear are called jeans.
Jogger (N.) [jog-er] A type of track pants that are gathered at waist and ankles with elastic bands are known as jogger pants. Also see track pants.
Leggings (N.) [leg-ings] Leggings are tight-fitting, stretchable trosers for women.
Mom jeans (N.) [mom jeenz] A type of jeans that are high-waisted with relaxed fit are called mom jeans.
Palazzos (N.) [puh–laht-zohs] Palazzos are a type of trousers that flare out from the waist and are wide at the bottom. Also see culottes.
Pajamas (N.) [puh-jah-muhz] A type of pants, meant for lounging or sleeping, which have a relaxed fit and are usually made out of comfortable fabrics like cotton are called pajamas. Also sometimes worn with matching shirt to form a night-suit, or pajama set.
Ripped jeans (N.) [ript jeenz ] A type of jeans with small or oversized rips, especially on the knees or other parts of the pant are known as ripped jeans. Also distressed jeans. Also see distressing in surface techniques.
Shorts (N.) [shawrts] A type of short trousers that’s thigh length or above the knees, usually worn during hot summers are known as shorts.
Skinny jeans (N.) [skin-ee jeenz] Tight-fitted jeans are are known as skinny jeans. Also see cigarette pants.
Sweatpants (N.) [swet-pants] See track.
Track (N.) [trak] A type of pants that are heavy knitted and have a relaxed or baggy fit, meant for athletics or athleisure are known as track pants. They may be elasticated at the ankles (called joggers). They may be worn with sweatshirt to form a track suit. Also sweat pants.
Yoga pants (N.) [yoh-guh pants] Yoga pants are stretchable, well-fitted pants meant for yoga and are made of knit fabric.