Y/Project has released the denim panties it showcased during Paris Fashion Week, but you had better save up if you want to own a pair.
Trends tend to come and go across all industries. However, none more so than the fashion world. Nothing baffles someone in their 40s more than seeing something they wore as a teenager come back into fashion. It also pains this generation's teenagers when they discover photos of their parents wearing the same clothes that they have on at that exact moment.
The fashion world isn't just an endless cycle of the same trends returning after decades away, though. That has been showcased perfectly by the item of clothing set to be summer 2019's biggest hit. Denim panties. That's right, a pair of extremely revealing underwear made out of denim, except you're not going to want them underneath anything as you would with regular panties.
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Due to the price tag on these wacky new jeans, you're going to want to show them off at every opportunity, rain or shine. They're brought to you by Y/Project and will set you back a cool $315. We reckon we could buy a $20 pair of jorts and fashion them into panties ourselves. We get it, that's not the point, but still.
As with everything and anything in the present day, the internet is very much divided over whether denim panties are a hit or a big miss. Some people on social media have claimed it looks more like a diaper than panties. They might have a point there. Others have questioned how much the product will chafe. That's an uncomfortable truth we hadn't yet considered.
The feedback hasn't been entirely negative, though. Some denim panties activists have taken to Twitter to show their support and declare their intention to buy themselves a pair. Honestly, even though we wouldn't rock them ourselves, we can already see vast amounts of them being worn at this summer's festivals around the world. If they're comfortable, that's great. If not, their owners are going to have a long weekend ahead of them.