Picnic Pants: Good for Eating on the Ground, Bad for Fashion

This Italian find makes picnic dining easy (and makes you look insane)
Picnic Pants: Good for Eating on the Ground, Bad for Fashion
Aquacalda Design

Italian company Acquacalda understands your most troubling dilemma while at a picnic: your outfit. How do you eat off of your lap in jeans? Enter the Picnic Pants, essentially a denim harem pant with a fabric flap, which make plate holding a breeze.

Still not convinced? The company web site offers its selling points: "Picnic pants take advantage of the usual cross-legged position to become a comfortable surface useful for consumption of a meal outdoors. Laterally pants have an orientable pocket for drinks." We're not exactly sure where this drinks pocket is, but the ease and comfort of the picnic pants-wearing model has us (almost sold).

Our suggestion: Don't let a bad pair of pants ruin a fun picnic. Grab the essentials for an outdoor meal, plan the menu, and most importantly — leave the Acquacalda pants at home. (If you're still really in need of picnic pants, Urban Outfitters has you covered for a more fashionable option.)