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Sweats On A Date? We Dare You!

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    Everything you thought you knew about sweatpants? It's wrong. Yes, those looser-fitting track pants or that funky, printed sweatshirt are a source of comfort for body, mind, and soul — but not just within the confines of our apartments. So, seriously, what's so wrong with wearing sweats on a date? After all, "date night" can mean anything: dinner and a movie, an outdoor concert, or even an enchanting night in. Why shouldn’t our going-out style have the same flexibility? Turns out, it does. To prove it, we put together five rule-breaking looks worthy of any romantic rendezvous.

    Because, there's just about nothing worse than wearing a gorgeous outfit you don't feel right in. Yes, we're crusaders of cool, innovative fashions and trends, but even more so, we're all about what makes you feel good — and if your plus-one raises an eyebrow at your sartorial tastes, well, they can go take a hike. These rad outfits are every bit as chic as they are comfortable. Take that, bodycons!

    You be the judge, and tell us: Would you wear these getups to charm that special someone? Fire away in the comments!

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