Asymmetrical Jeans Are A Thing If You Can’t Decide Between Skinny And Flared
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We're three weeks into 2019 and it's clear we're in a time where anything goes when it comes to fashion.
Want to revive permed hair, go for it? Want to get tie-dye shirts back in fashion, do it? How about eye shadow on blokes, start the trend.
So it should be no surprise that designers are trying to stoke the flames of social media to attract new customers. Let me introduce you to the latest vision of pants: asymmetrical jeans.
If you're having a tough time imagining what that would look like, never fear, we've got you covered.
Yep - for the low, low cost of $375 (£290) you can wear jeans that are half normal, half flared. I mean, if you were tossing up between wearing one or the other, why not combine the two?
These bad boys are the creation of designers Ksenia and Anton Schnaider, known professionally as Ksenia Schnaide.
Schnaider has told Vogue: "My partner, Anton Schnaider, said that it was too crazy and no one needs jeans like this, so I abandoned this idea for a couple of seasons. But a few months ago, I realized that at least one person needs such jeans-me!
She's hoping they'll be a big hit when they debut on the catwalk at Paris Men's Fashion Week. Who knows, maybe they'll take over the internet and we'll forever be wearing lopsided clothing.
People certainly raised their eyebrows when GQ announced that boot-cut jeans were making a comeback.
Balenciaga designer, Demna Gvasalia, is the man who is spearheading the movement to get people wearing ankle-bashers once again, and recently included the style in the brand's 'lookbook'.
If you're anything like me, you will have no idea who this man is, but you will now be deeply suspicious of him. But according to GQ, he is the very man who could make the cut hip once again.
A section of their article on the bootcut's comeback reads: "It's a pretty tall order to get fashion-savvy men wearing flared-out denim again, but if anyone could do it, it's Gvasalia. He is, after all, largely responsible for turning the bulky dad sneaker from fashion faux pas into certified banger.
I don't know about you guys but I'm not sure people will really rally around this one. We've put up with enough hot trends sweeping social media that we'll have to give this one a miss.