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To some, loungewear may consist of oversized sweats and last night’s pajamas, but to Sabrina Carpenter? Well, kicking back and relaxing, especially around the holidays, might look a little different. Earlier in December, the singer released a music video for her song “santa doesn’t know you like i do,” which is from her new holiday album fruitcake. And while we’ve been humming the tune for weeks, we’re now also lusting after the cozy looks she wore on screen, including (but not limited to) some cute pink bloomers, which her stylist Ronnie Hart paired with a cropped red cardigan and lace-trimmed socks.
Ruffled shorts and hot pants in general are having a moment, and Carpenter’s outfit falls right in line with the coquette aesthetic, which took off in 2023 and had us adding bows and pastel colors into our rotation. The only problem is that Sabrina’s micro shorts are from Danielle Guizio, and while we’re certainly tempted to prance around our own homes in the $214 Ruffle Hot Short, almost all of the sizes are sold out.
Not to worry though: Amazon has come to the rescue with pink bloomers of its own. Check out some equally fun alternatives, ahead, then turn up the heat and swap your sweats for this fancy undergarment. It’s also worth noting that these bottoms don’t need to be confined to the house. You could always rock them under mini dresses as an extra layer of protection, similar to how some wear bike shorts, or style them with sheer tights and embrace the pantsless trend like Hailey Bieber.
These frilly shorts
are incredibly fun. Even if you wear them with the other items in your pajama drawer, like an oversized T-shirt, they’ll still make you feel like a pop star.
Maybe it’s the shape or the white colorway, but these bloomers feel a bit regencycore. You’ll be happy to have them on hand come spring 2024 — you could pull them on, then chill on the couch while watching Bridgerton season three.
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