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Gluttony Pants

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Oh hi, Gluttony Pants, do you come in women's sizes? These ingenious trousers from San Francisco company Betabrand come with three staggered buttonholes at the waist—for pants-loosening while eating. Our cousins at Eater National have the scoop: "That would be the three sizes to which you can adjust the waistband, which are actually embroidered with the labels "Piglet," "Sow," and "Boar." You know, for those occasions when the restaurant you're going to will probably serve you multiple pork courses, but is too nice for sweatpants." [ENA]