December 5, 2020 3:25:19 pm
The year 2020 has seen quite a few bizarre fashion trends, from grass-stained denim to men’s tee with holes. Adding to the list, is a new style of pants that looks like a potato sack and has been doing the rounds on social media. The photo was shared by IPS officer Arun Bothra. Check it out:
Okay 😐 pic.twitter.com/6WOMLwPLMd
— Arun Bothra (@arunbothra) November 24, 2020
As seen in the picture, it is a pair of flared pants that seem to have been made from jute bags, and are tightened around the waist with a string. The pants also have markings in blue ink.
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Netizens, of course, went berserk on seeing this weird garment. A Twitter user shared a picture of Marlyn Monroe wearing a potato sack dress and wrote, “Marlyn Monroe…wore a sack and did a photoshoot. Ever since it’s an obsession for designers.”
Marlyn manroe was called out for her beauty, she has been told the she look stunning because she wear designer clothes. She wore a sack and did a photoshoot. Ever since it’s obsession for designer. pic.twitter.com/TTTBIdL6iT
— Akshita Laddha (@thatsal__) November 24, 2020
Another user shared a picture of a rope and wrote, “Not okay, sir, NADA, iske bina NADA kese complete hoga (How would NADA or string around the waist be complete without this)”
Not okay, sir, NADA.
iske 👇🏻bina NADA kese complete hoga.😂 pic.twitter.com/uDwzXiYi1G
— Arun Kumar Agasti (@arunagasti) November 24, 2020
Here’s how some other users reacted:
sack the culprit in it.
— Shubham Shelake (@Shubh_Shelake) November 24, 2020
Heights of upcycling
— KiloTango 🇮🇳 (@kaarnama13) November 24, 2020
Iske sath 5kg chini leni padegi ya iske alag ke paise hsin
— Rahil Kalia (@chotulalasabka) November 24, 2020
It’s high time to leave this planet.
— Dk4u (@deepak_zdname) November 24, 2020
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