Sure, ripped jeans have always been staples in the fashion world – but this is still really, really ridiculous. As recent reports tell us, a company based in Los Angeles has launched their “extreme cut out” jeans and they’ve been selling like hotcakes, so far.
It sounds unbelievable but it’s really happening. CARMAR denim, which tags itself as a “premium denim brand catered to the free-spirited generation of today” sells the product online through their website.
The Extreme Cut Out Pant is priced at $168.
Apparently, the product is being marketed as a relax fit, “high rise pant with large statement cutouts on front and back,” the description says on the company’s official site.
The Extreme Cut Out is “sicker than your average,” according to CARMAR.
Understandably, netizens have been bashing the item not only for its expensive price tag but mostly because of its absurd design.
One cameron.alexxandria wrote:
“Ok you got to be shitting me . How is this considered jeans? The whole middle is missing! 168 bucks for an outline of pants. No thanks. These better not become a trend.”
Meanwhile, suzy.leonelindner asked:
“Can’t I just go to Goodwill and buy a pair of old jeans for $5 and do the same thing? (not that I’d want to, but still . . .)”
Also, marquette5924 commented:
“RIDICULOUS…I wouldn’t pay a $1.68 for THEM!!!!!!!”
Despite being trashed by netizens, the Extreme Cut Out jean is actually selling pretty well.
Currently, the product is sold out and those who are interested to purchase have to join the wait list.
The Extreme Cut Out is ideal for “those who dare to bare.”
As for the rest of us, let’s all just sit back and laugh at this so-called fashion trend.
Japanese Cosplayer Hits Viral Fame Because of Her Massive Thighs!
This is why you should never skip leg day.
As any experienced cosplayer will tell you, a good cosplay takes more than just wearing a nice costume. AOn top of that, you likewise have to look the part and capture the personality of the character.
For these reasons and more, one female wrestler from Japan recently gained viral fame on social media because of her brilliant portrayal of Chun-Li - a character from popular video game series Street Fighter.
She looks like the perfect embodiment of Chun-Li.
Woman’s Rare Disorder Makes Her Hungry All The Time
It’s a real, incurable condition that leads to multiple health problems.
While food is important to keep the body strong and healthy, we all know that excessive eating can actually lead to several health problems. This is why Alex Brown’s condition is a difficult one.
Now 25 years of age, Alex of Paso Robles, California has a rare disorder similar to Prader-Wili syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes constant hunger and often leads to obesity. At some point, her parents had to lock up the fridge because she always steals food.
According to the doctors, Alex has most (but not all) of the symptoms of Prader-Wili syndrome.
Diet Soda Can Still Contribute To Diabetes, New Study Finds
New rat studies suggest that artificial sweeteners in soda raise diabetes risk differently.
Ever since artificial sweeteners were introduced to the society, they have been the subject of various controversies. Many claim they cause health conditions such as multiple sclerosis. Nonetheless, these were debunked as nothing but junk science.
However, a new rat study is bringing the controversies back to life. It has been discovered that these artificial sweeteners can still cause illnesses, specifically Type 2 diabetes.
Despite being marketed as a healthier alternative to regular sodas, diet sodas are found to cause diabetes.
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