People Are Actually Buying These Jeans For £122

by : UNILAD on : 01 May 2018 09:35
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Ripped jeans have been taken to a whole new level nobody knew existed – and they’ll set you back £122 in the process.

That is, of course, if you don’t fancy cutting out every part of your own pair of jeans, except for around the seams.

The ‘extreme cut out jeans’ are available for $166 at CARMAR Denim.


The designers describe the jeans as ‘a high rise pant with large statement cutouts on front and back’.

CARMAR Denim is a premium denim brand ‘catered to the free-spirited generation of today’, and are based in LA.

These jeans wouldn’t be out of place on ASOS to be fair. The fashion site often releases some bizarre creations.


Most people would probably assume a key component of a pair of trousers was the crotch area. Nope. How naive of everybody ever.

ASOS released the Milk It Vintage military chaps. Glorious:

People Are Buying These Jeans For £122People Are Buying These Jeans For £122ASOS

ASOS shoppers were also treated to the £75 Ragged Priest Black Label Chaps.


I mean, lets just take a moment to imagine rocking up on casual Friday in this thigh bearing, denim masterpiece, shall we?

Maybe not.

People Are Buying These Jeans For £122People Are Buying These Jeans For £122ASOS

People took issue, pointing out the reasons they weren’t the best idea.


One wrote:

These are ideal for a lot of reasons –
1. Never have a sweaty gusset.
2. Real freedom of crotch movement.
3. No need for bangles with that thigh bling.
4. Denim goes with everything.

Please feel free to add to this list guys.

Oh and we can’t miss the swimsuit… the one with the label ‘cannot be worn in water’.


Say what now?

Sold by ASOS and produced by PrettyLittleThing, the very beautiful swimsuit isn’t actually a swimsuit at all, more a ‘pose by the pool suit’.


People were mocking the design, calling out the many, many holes in which wearers could get their arms stuck doing a quick change on the beach or by the pool.

While the unusually-placed holes might be enough to confuse the less fashion-forward customer, it was the functionality – or lack thereof – which a curious Amna Saleem, from Glasgow, called out on Twitter.

Her tweet has since been liked thousands of times by equally ‘bemused’ customers:

The 28-year-old writer told UNILAD she was searching the internet for a swimming costume to take on an upcoming holiday to California when she found the alleged ‘swimsuit’.

Amid the detailed description of the so-called swimwear, Amna stumbled upon a line saying the cossie ‘cannot be worn in water’ and is ‘dry-clean only’…

Rendering the whole thing totally useless, presumably?

Saying she found the item of clothing both ‘funny and ridiculous’, Amna added:

People in my mentions are finding it equally as ridiculous and bemusing.

Here’s what the Internet Jury had to say:

A spokesperson for PrettyLittleThing said:

The item in question is actually a ‘fashion’ piece and more of an item to wear around the pool or at pool parties.

Due to the delicateness of the embellishment on it we would not recommended customers actually swim in it.

We’ll be working to get the product description amended on ASOS.

Yet to see anybody in any of these creations however!

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Topics: Fashion