We’re sure if any woman from the 40s or 50s saw these tights she would be absolutely horrified. There was a time when even the tiniest rip in a stocking was seen as a sign of unkemptness. No more, ladies.
Ripped stockings started to become a symbol of ‘indifferent coolness,’ and nowadays, you can spot this laddered fashion trend on every other passerby. Oh, how the times have changed.
The designers at PRPS had a genius idea. They decided to make jeans that looked filthy. Yes, they created jeans with mud stains already on them. We are not sure what is baffling us more, the fact that these bizarre dirty jeans were actually put into production or the fact that they were totally sold out at Nordstrom where they were being sold.
Hopefully, only a few were made and those were purchased as a costume idea or a silly joke. Nonetheless, these Barracuda jeans with a straight leg in natural brown color are lurking on legs all over the country.
The Star Trek Look
In Canada, the most bizarre trend in body modification had been discovered by body mod lovers. It did not last long there, and now it is mostly found in Japan, in their underground scene.
Bagel head is a short procedure people use to modify their bodies. In attempting this progressive look, you will go through a procedure that will inject saline under your skin. It leaves you with a forehead bulge, that thankfully is temporary. This bizarre bulge is then shaped to be made into anything you want... but in this particular body modification, they shape it to look like a bagel. Feeling hungry? Yeah...us too.
More appropriately called cowboy chaps by some, these crotchless jeans were introduced by Asos in 2018. At £75 a pair, you can walk around in these bold jeans and feel 'liberated and risky', according to a model that wore them for an entire day out in the city.
Maybe we're just being old-fashioned, but isn't covering your whole legs one of the main reasons for wearing pants? Besides, you're going to have to make sure your underwear is always brand new and in tip-top shape, and let's face it, ladies, this isn't always the case.
Car Mat But Make It Fashion
In 2017, the luxury fashion house, Balenciaga, introduced a leather skirt that looks like a car mat. Yes, you read that right. It is actually called the 'Car Design Skirt' on the brand's website, and they can be yours for the modest amount of $2,495.
Well, we guess you can sell anything for thousands of dollars as long as you stitch a fancy fashion brand's name on it. And hey, you can always accessorize with a $5 car freshener!