Why do some companies make really hideous clothes and then try to sell them at a really high price? Because they know that no would actually buy it and they'll get free publicity out of it? Well, that honestly seems like the only reason for a monstrosity like this to exist.View this post on Instagram
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Why? Just, why?
I would like to believe that no one ever thought this was a good idea and it was just put up on the website, that too for Rs 21,873 freaking bucks, to get people talking. Yes, I know we're giving them exactly what they want by writing about it right now but I can't help it.
They're so unsettling to look at and people are confused, and just disgusted with them. The biggest question, though, is what kind of occasion would actually require these. I also want to know the purpose of denim panties, like are they supposed to be worn on their own or are you supposed to wear pants on top of them?
Safiya, the weird clothing queen has spoken.
HOW do i feel about $300 denim panties, you ask? well i'll tell you how i feel. utterly and thoroughly chafed pic.twitter.com/YYQ9v5dZ6b— Safiya Nygaard (@safiyajn) March 29, 2019
An occasion requiring proper formal attire.
To what occasion can you actually wear denim panties??? pic.twitter.com/Qb0u0Bn7ai— lil power move (@DopeLifeOfTot) March 26, 2019
[arriving in hell]
me: i didn't know i'd have to wear what i died in forever
satan: where did you even find denim underwear
Same.March 27, 2019
Oh no, they're called janties, they got even worse.
can we just call them denim panties? janties just sounds like a coolie person mispronouncing something. https://t.co/zbK8JP4N0t— natz (@egyalitarian) March 27, 2019
Cut offs are dead, denim panties all summer 2019 ðð pic.twitter.com/djEQVrSXC8— Jordan Plant (@Coltonlard) March 30, 2019