From fanny pack flip-flops to a hairy man swimsuit, fashion definitely just got stranger with these five clothing items.
Here are five of the strangest pieces of clothing that people should definitely think twice about before adding them to their wardrobes:
Fanny Pack Flip-Flops
Extreme Cut-Out Jeans
Los Angeles fashion brand Carmar Denim launched “extreme cut-out jeans,” which cover … basically nothing. Despite being quite a provocative fashion choice, the highly distressed jeans were on the market for $168 and are already sold out. (RELATED: For $168, You Can Buy Jeans … Well, If You Can Call Them That)
Another Los Angeles–based fashion brand Public Space recently launched swimsuits modeled after the popular sparkling water beverage LaCroix. (RELATED: Drone Models Hit The Runway At Milan’s Fashion Week [VIDEO])
“These are unofficial collaborations with [LaCroix] — we made these as a homage to them! Tammy (my design partner) and I are just here to give everybody a chuckle as they go about their merry ways this summer,” Eric Wu, the co-designer of Public Space, said in an email to The Daily Caller News Foundation. (RELATED: Fashion Just Got Weirder With These LaCroix Swimsuits)
This summer you can rep everyone’s favorite flavored seltzer water with these LaCroix swimsuits pic.twitter.com/eGhGU1jehb
— Eater (@Eater) May 16, 2018
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) May 18, 2018
Balenciaga Platform Crocs
High-fashion brand Balenciaga recently transformed the casual footwear into $850 platform shoes complete with small embellishments on the front. The bizarre shoes were even sported by models during Paris Fashion Week in 2017, W Magazine reported. (RELATED: Fashion Shows Get Even Weirder, This Time With Severed Heads [PHOTOS])
Hairy Chest Swimsuit
This swimsuit is a whole new take on the beach body for the summer. However, don’t worry — the “Sexy Chest One-Piece Swimsuit” by Beloved claims it “Contours Your Form And Is Meant To Flatter!” according to its website.
These outfits might turn a lot of heads this summer.
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