Mostly worn in warmer weather, shorts are perfect to wear on weekends, holidays, at festivals, when taking part in sporting activities or just to help you relax at home. In this category, you can shop an extensive range of shorts. They come a wide variety of styles, fabric, fits, colours and lengths to suit any occasion that calls for shorts. Whether you are shopping for shorts to add to your collection or for summer, you will certainly find great deals here. What are you waiting for? Browse through and get yourself some shorts today.
Shorts are also known as "half pants" . The American English term, short pants, is probably the nearest equivalent in the U.S., where they might now be called dress shorts, a term that has not gained much currency in Britain. A somewhat similar garment worn by men in Australia is called stubbies. Related words for shorts, like: underwear, boxers, short pants, athletic underwear, clothes, drawers, underdrawers, boxer shorts, trunks, briefs and underpants. Pants designed for women are sometimes referred to as knickers. In American English, a piece of clothing like this designed for men is usually referred to as shorts or underpants. Those that are designed for women are usually called panties. In American English, the word pants is used to refer to trousers.
Chubbies are the OG men's short shorts, so they had to get a spot on this list. They make tons of thigh-squeezing bathing suits, but this chino option is great if you want some hoochie daddy shorts that you can dress up a little. Wear these to brunch with a nice top or throw them on for a summer happy hour.
Bermuda shorts: Also known as dress shorts or walking shorts, Bermuda shorts have a slightly baggy bottom with a hem that falls only an inch or two above the knee.
Harem pants: These loose-fitting pants have a low crotch and are extremely baggy at the hips and thighs and taper at the leg.
Pants are a lower-body garment that covers each leg separately. Pants, or trousers in British English, come in various lengths, styles, and materials for different functions and occasions.
Bell bottoms: These pants are close-fitting along the thigh and then widely flare out from the knee to the hem. These flared pants can be made out of both woven fabric and denim.
Bootcut: Bootcut pants are close-fitting along the thigh and then flare out slightly from the knees to the hem, though not as wide as bell bottoms.
Capri: Capri pants are knee-length or sometimes cropped right below the knee. They can be loose or form-fitting. Culottes are wide-leg capri pants. Another type of capri pants are Toreador pants—slim-fitting silk or satin pants for matadors.
Cargo pants: These baggy pants have multiple large patch pockets on each leg for storage.
Chino pants: Chino is a cotton twill fabric, and pants made with that fabric are called chinos. Chinos feature a flat front and can be worn casually with a t-shirt or with a blazer for a dressy look.
Cigarette pants: These ankle-length skinny pants feature a high-waist and a slim fit along the leg. Denim cigarette pants are known as skinny jeans.
Dress pants: Dress pants, also known as suit pants when paired with a suit jacket, are common attire for professional or formal situations. Dress pants typically feature pleats down the leg and can be straight-leg or slim fit.
High waist pants: High waist pants, also known as high-rise pants, have a waistline that begins at the wearer’s natural waist.
Jeans: Jeans are pants made from denim fabric and typically feature belt loops. Jeans with a bib top are known as dungarees.
Joggers: Also known as sweatpants, these pants are made of soft, breathable fabrics for exercising. Joggers are loose-fitting pants with a drawstring closure and taper at the leg.
Leggings: Leggings are close-fitting, elastic-band pants made of stretchy material, such as spandex and lycra. Leggings are also known as yoga pants, and leggings of denim are called jeggings.
Low-rise pants: Low-rise pants feature a waistline that begins below the belly button.
Stirrup pants: These slim-fit pants have a strap at the bottom of the pant leg for the foot to go through. These leggings were designed to be covered by knee-length boots worn by equestrians. (Jodhpurs, another type of horse riding pants, are loose pants that are fitted at the ankles.)
Straight-leg pants: These pants are straight from the waist to the hem. Straight-leg trousers are a common style in dress pants.
Track pants: These lightweight, straight-leg pants were initially designed to be worn over athletic clothing. Matching track pants and jackets are called tracksuits.
Wide-leg pants: Wide-leg pants, also known as palazzo pants, are fitted at the waist and flare out from the hips.