You may either call them 'janties' or 'junderwear'. But, one thing is clear: the internet is clearly not having it!
At the danger of seeming like somebody from the 1800s, fashion can be actually quite abnormal now and again - regardless of whether it's the odd eyebrow patterns, super low-rise underwear or messy looking sneaks that are selling for over $784! It's safe to say that fashion is genuinely confusing!
Furthermore, presently it appears that individuals are saying the equivalent regarding these denim shorts... pant... knicker-ish things, which are being sold by streetwear retailer Ssense and cost a cool $315. It's all good though, as there's a large market of people out there who'd definitely give this abnormality a try!
Moreover, they're made from 100 percent cotton, as well, so you're essentially getting your money's worth by popping them on and feeling the ultimate comfort down there! The product description online reads: "Denim brief-style shorts in navy. Fading throughout. Mid-rise. Three-pocket styling. Belt-loops at waistband. Copper-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. 100% cotton. Imported."
Be that as it may, it was the point at which a photograph of the peculiar kecks showed up on Instagram that judgmental comments truly began to fly. Revealing the 'Denim panties' to the world on their official Instagram account, Ssense captioned the photo, "Two words: Denim panties. The SSENSE editors show you five ways to take your Canadian tuxedo to the next level, featuring @yproject_official, @muglerofficial, @junyawatanabeofficial, and more."
Commenting on the Instagram post, one person wrote, "I have feelings about this. Intense. Feelings," Another person added, "This def ain't it ladies," A third sarcastically expressed, "Chafing is great," With a fourth one chiming in, "Wow these are just horrible,"
However, the rain of comments didn't quite end there, one person hilariously quoted Ariana Grande, writing, "Thank you, next," Moreover, in a Twitter post, Ssense also referred to the pants as 'Janties', captioning it, "High school math class heartthrob with a Holden Caulfield complex, but make it fashion."
Be that as it may, in case you're still somewhat confounded about what the fuss is all about, on the Ssense blog, there's likewise a post entitled 'Denim Five Ways: More Than Just Jeans With Y/Project, Mugler, And Junya Watanabe' which clarifies more. It reads, "Denim can be cheeky. And eye-catching. These 'brief-style shorts' can be worn under or over pants, meaning they're far more versatile than what you'd traditionally expect from a pair of briefs."
"Underwear that doesn't need to stay 'under there'," it further reads. On the off chance that you're still not convinced completely, the blog highlights various other denim alternatives you can choose from, including an oversized contrast denim jacket, patchwork jeans, and denim paneled skirt.