Celebrity Dakota Johnson Dakota Johnson Just Wore the Versatile Pants Trend That's Replacing Jeans Honestly, this is all the convincing we need to buy a pair of our own. By Samantha Sutton Samantha Sutton Instagram Samantha is InStyle's senior fashion editor. She joined the brand in 2019 and oversees the site's fashion coverage, including trend reporting, fashion exclusives, celebrity style interviews, and Fashion Week coverage. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on September 30, 2021 @ 05:09PM Pin Share Tweet Email Dakota Johnson's most recent outfits can be summed up in one simple word: hot. The actress' style while promoting her latest film, The Lost Daughter, has definitely skewed toward super-sexy, and with each red carpet, she somehow makes an even bolder statement than the last, showing up in lingerie-like pieces and sheer, bejeweled dresses. Getty Images Still, the former jean queen hasn't completely quit casual clothing. While her latest look did contain a pair of heels, it also included a T-shirt styled (by Kate Young) under a sleek plaid blazer. And, of course, she was wearing the pant trend that has been on shopping lists for months at this point, aka neutral, oversized trousers. 8 Fall Trends You Already Have in Your Closet, and How to Wear Them Right Now As you might have noticed, these former "work pants" are definitely having a moment, providing fashion lovers with that happy medium between sweats and denim. They're loose enough that they won't feel stiff on your legs, but at the same time, are a lot more polished than your go-to loungewear. Even when paired with basics — like the tee Johnson went with or, perhaps, a knit sweater — they feel elevated and fresh. And yes, they look great with practically every shoe in your closet, from sneakers to lug-sole boots. Courtesy If you're hoping to scoop up Johnson's exact pair, the tapered metallic striped design retails for $870 at Magda Butrym. However, similar styles can be found from Baaccal at 11 Honoré ($245), MESHKI ($65), Vince ($325), and Kenzo ($480).