In full disclosure, I’m less than a shining example when it comes to the world of fashion. My daily wardrobe typically consists of whatever pair of my pants have been washed most recently and a semi-decent looking top with comfortable shoes—pretty basic. However, I think it’s safe for me to say that the denim trend has recently taken a turn for the worse.
From those cringe-worthy mom jeans with plastic knee covers to the mud-stained farmhand pants, the denim world has taken quite a few hits lately. Just when I thought it couldn’t get any worse, a new design was released and it will seriously make you wish we’d put this material to rest after Justin and Britney.
This “dress” is made from two pairs of blue jeans and costs a whopping $445.
I’m far from a fashion expert, but no part about this denim getup is remotely pleasing to the eye. It’s literally two pairs of jeans sewn together—one in a light wash and one in dark—accompanied by a couple of straps…I don’t understand. Can we also take a moment to talk about the fact that the waistband is still in tact and there are upside down pockets, what kind of tease is that? Don’t give a girl a dress with pockets that she can’t use.
This rather unique design was conceived by the brand 6397 and can be purchased from a site called Shopbob for the bargain price of $445. What a deal!
Unsurprisingly, most people are pretty baffled by this peculiar fad.
But really, though WHY!?
And I have a few questions…
2. Who decided on $445 as an appropriate price for something we could DIY?
3. Is anyone actually buying it?
4. If you have purchased this item and are reading this, can you please contact me immediately!?
Of course, this isn’t the only denim catastrophe we’ve seen recently. Need we remind you about the clear knee mom jeans?
Or perhaps the “mud-stained” jeans?
If you’ve been searching for the perfect pair of shit-covered pants without the actual shit, you’ve come to the right place.
And we certainly won’t forget about these horrific detachable jeans anytime soon.
Maybe it’d be best to just avoid denim altogether for the time being…unless you’re Rihanna.