Oprah’s ‘favorite’ Spanx pants are finally available in patterns, just in time for fall


Oprah has a pattern of selecting Spanx for her famed “Favorite Things” lists.

The media mogul’s highlighted four of the brand’s styles on her roundups over the years — including the Perfect Pant, which just dropped in four fresh patterns for the first time.

If you’re looking to check versatile workwear pants off your shopping list, consider a houndstooth pair, like the yellow-and-black Perfect Pant Kick Flare ($158) or the bold blue Perfect Pant Hi-Rise Flare ($178).

For a pop of plaid instead, the collection includes the Perfect Pant Wide Leg ($178) in wear-everywhere black and white, as well as the more colorful Perfect Pant Kick Flare ($158) peppered with pops of orange.

A model in Spanx pants

The Perfect Pant Wide Leg in Classic Plaid Jacquard ($178)

A model in checkered Spanx pants

The Perfect Pant Hi-Rise Kick Flare in Houndstooth Jacquard ($178)

The new styles all feature the same signature smoothing ponte fabric Oprah raved about when she endorsed styles from the Perfect Collection in 2019.

“When I first saw these ultraflattering pants, I immediately called Sara Blakely, the founder of Spanx, to applaud her,” she raved at the time.

“In sizes XS to 3X, they have built-in tummy control, so you don’t need to wear compression gear underneath — you’re already Spanxed!”

A model in plaid Spanx pants

The Perfect Pant Kick Flare in Orange Pop Plaid Jacquard ($158)

A model in blue spanx pants

The Perfect Pant Hi-Rise Flare in Houndstooth Jacquard ($178)

The collection has only expanded since, with newer offerings including everything from the bestselling Perfect Jumpsuit ($228) to the Perfect Miniskirt ($128) — not to mention Winfrey’s beloved black pants in an extensive range of fits and flares.

The Perfect Collection isn’t the only Oprah-loved Spanx line dropping fresh fall styles before the autumn leaves start to drop, either; last month, the media mogul’s favorite AirEssentials set got a fall-ready makeover with two new seasonal colors.


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