"Thong jeans should not be a thing. Just no," writes one exasperated user on Twitter. "Why even bother wearing jeans?" wonders another.
Here is what people are saying about the bizarre new jeans:
This planet really just needs an asteroid hit- PolitiKellyJen (@PolitiKellyRite) October 19, 2017
My friends: "It's going to be chill, just wear something super casual."- Lauren Alexis Fisher (@LaurenAlexis) October 18, 2017
Me: *shows up in my thong jeans* https://t.co/AL9EhXa8SD
They were recommended to me by my doctor for my vitamin D deficiency.- Jamison (@TotesNotesSF) October 22, 2017
*Goes on Twitter*
Sees Headline "Thong Jeans cut out everything but the seams"*Deletes App, Burns Phone and Moves to Zimbabwe*- Shelby Stevie Logan (@StevieLogan647) October 19, 2017Advertisement
"Meanwhile, throwing your jeans under a lawn mower seems to be the new fashion. Thong Jeans." https://t.co/vb2AFSlw1c- kriss maraj (@krissmaraj) October 20, 2017
According to the Daily Mail, these jeans are not available in stores yet (in case you actually wanted to buy a pair).
While this may be the 'edgiest' trend of them all, it is certainly not the first time that designers have tried to experiment with a good 'ol pair of denims.
A few months ago, Topshop brought out clear plastic jeans
Let's not forget these a few months ago - Topshop brought out clear plastic 'jeans'! pic.twitter.com/ZgUIW38SKn- Annette Tripodi (@netski66) August 16, 2017
ASOS was ridiculed for their jeans ripped at the bum, and Nordstrom for denims with fake mud on them. Click for more trending news