Do you ever feel as if the fashion designers are playing tricks on us? Because it certainly seems that way, and we got jeans that look like you've peed your pants as proof.
Just to paint you a better picture: these jeans are not wet. Yet, they look like you peed. So, naturally, one must ask why? And who would want to wear these in public?
This latest fashion craze comes from Wet Pants Denim.
The company introduced their interesting product with the description:
"Wet Pants Denim delivers the appearance of authentic urinary incontinence without the commonly experienced discomfort."
"Wet Look, Dry Feel."
Sounds promising, right?
In the sea of useless and even disturbing fashion trends, this is among the most original ones. Here is what Wet Pants Denim had to add to their potential buyers:
"Every pair is individually prepared by hand, ensuring the utmost attention to detail and enabling a fully custom design of the splash pattern."
So, it is basically a quality pair of jeans with fake pee.
It Gets Worse
Just when we thought we've seen it all, we spotted that there are more colors aside from traditional denim blue.
While browsing for answers, we spotted these white "beauties" with yellow stains, and these look extremely nasty. But we wanted to know more, and here is the explanation why someone would need these jeans:
"There are two key issues with the traditional urinary incontinence aesthetic: 1. Wearing wet pants is uncomfortable 2. When the wet mark dries or the garment is washed, the stain is almost always gone for good."
As the company states, peeing on yourself is not the best feeling, but urinary aesthetic? Is that a new fetish? What other possible explanation could there be for wanting to wear these jeans?
If you have any ideas on why, please let us know. In the meantime, feel free to pee in your pants. It is fashionable!