Fashion is funny world sometimes: on one hand, you've got double-breasted navy blazers, embellished pink silk kitten heels, and voluminous organza skirts; on the other, there are jeans that unzip at the butt, $300 Sonic Youth t-shirts and pre-mudded jeans.
In a move that has the world scratching its head, Topshop has released a pair of jeans that are made from 100 percent polyurethane. Read: They're entirely transparent.
This move comes just a month after the release of their clear knee mum jeans, which had social media in a frenzy. Weird game plan here, guys.
Touted as "statement piece for a festival or costume party," the pants are styled on the website with black, boyleg undies, and the label encourages buyers to "take the look to the extreme with a bikini and sequin jacket or dress down, layered under an oversized jumper or asymmetric hem dress." The kicker? They retail for $100.
However, they do present an opportunity to wipe your hands on your clothes after saucy meal. So, the jury's out on this one.
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia