We’re not loving the style suggestions for this “denim waist belt.” 1
Apparently it was designed to help “nip in the waist slouchy and oversized pieces.” Yea, no one needs this for that.
Plastic jeans are a joke. 2
They not only look awful, but we can name very few public places you can actually get away with wearing this.
Inside-out jeans are really not that clever. 3
Unravel Project’s designer Ben Taverniti, has a thing for experimenting with jeans and streetwear. Last year, he came out with his “Inside-Out” jeans that went viral and the price was even worse than the denims themselves. They retailed at almost $1,000 and WTF?
The crazy Yandy Runway Thong Jeans were a hot mess. 5
Why would someone spend $60 on these?
ASOS’s butt crack jeans. 6
They featured a semi-circle cut-out in the back perfect for showing off a lower back tattoo but a little too much plumber-butt-revealing.
These high-waisted straight jeans with open back retail for $60. I don’t know, but I feel like that’s a lot of money for a pair of jeans people could easily confuse for a wardrobe malfunction.
Remember those VetementxLevis butt jeans? 7
The collaboration featured a pair of denims with zippers placed down the back of the legs and right on the butt, which when unzipped, literally shows off butt cheeks along with a little crack. These jeans show so much you’d probably have to get a butt crack wax to show these off. Yes, I went there.
To think I thought Kylie Jenner’s butt jeans were bad. 8
Kylie Jenner’s underbutt jeans were ridiculous but nothing compared to the denims that have been coming out lately. What is happening in today’s world of denim?
High rise butt rips are a thing. 9
I wouldn’t suggest sitting on a subway train with these on.
You can buy mud jeans today. 11
Now why would someone pay $425 for a pair of jeans that look like you rolled in the mud? Can’t you just dirty your jeans for free?
Hip cut-out jeans make absolutely no sense to me. 12
They’re missing pockets and they aren’t flattering by any means. Why? Just why?
One leg jeans are such a mistake. 13
Come on now! What is even the point of this?