Photo: SHOPBOP.COM/NATASHA ZINKO
Are jeans getting so stale that people need to go completely out of their way to “update” them? Do we really need a pair of jeans that unzip in the back to show off your ass? And do we really need detachable jeans? No. No we do not. But guess what? Those jeans exist. And if you’re a fan of jeans wouldn’t you want to wear two at the same time? Let us explain.
Thanks to London fashion house, Natasha Zinko, people now have the option of wearing two jeans that are sewn at the waistband. Um, thanks? Just take a look at what these jeans look like below.
Look at the back.
Oh, and guess what? These glorious double jeans will cost you $695 dollars. Want to here something more freaking absurd? They are sold out on Shopbop.com. And you just know with something as ridiculous as these jeans Twitter was going to chime in.
Read these responses.
Natasha Zinko has created ‘Double Jeans.’ And they’re only $700. So if you want to look awful AND get ripped off, here you go!! pic.twitter.com/41IsD8jqi6
— Johnny Marks (@DJJohnnyMarks) September 18, 2017
— Laura Bennett (@lbennett) September 14, 2017
— Mike Fuller (@MikeKX947) September 18, 2017
i heard … you like … jeans
— Emily Gould (@EmilyGould) September 14, 2017
I don’t know. Can we blame Trump?
— Margaret H (@curtainqueen) September 14, 2017
Tbh the most worrisome part of this image is this pic.twitter.com/YHaBaTzhXC
— Ashley Sinha (@atsinha) September 14, 2017
Whose AI is designing jeans and how do we put it in the sea
— Dear Stabby (@stabitha) September 15, 2017
This had to be a factory mistake and then they were just like “no, we meant to do this.”
— Rachel Sharp (@WrrrdNrrrdGrrrl) September 15, 2017
“Yo, dawg! I heard you liked jeans, so I gave your jeans some jeans!” #jeansception
— Brittany McCown (@brittanymccown) September 15, 2017
reminds me of being in HS when guys would talk about skirts being “easy access” (ew) not in these jeans under my jeans, boys
— Caro (@socarolinesays) September 14, 2017
Or you can just wear two separate jeans one on top of the other and save yourself $700.