Nov
6

I just realized how many fashionable items I threw away

Posted by: Craft Boutique

I don't know when exactly (or why) clothes with holes became edgy and fashionable. 

I still remember the time when I had to patch a ripped hole in my clothes. Now, it's not something people do regularly. Some even add more holes to their clothes on purpose.



These denim shorts don't leave much to imagination.
I found them with 53 likes on a wheretoget.it titled "Where to get these shorts?" 

Seriously?! Someone actually wants to spend money on these? Why not just take scissors to your old jeans and start cutting holes in them like a mad man?

And it's not just ladies that are embracing this weird trend.

My question is WHY? Are designers now totally out of ideas or have no clue how to innovate? Why are so many people following a trend that looks like an accident? What am I missing?

Or is this not an accident at all? The crazy designs are actually well planned to attract as much attention as possible? Because that's what sells now days - controversy!

Remember “edgy” vintage Kent State University T-shirt from Urban Outfitters? It was spattered with blood and bullet holes, yet it was sold out before Urban Outfitters could pull it out of its shelves.



If you get this fashion trend, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.

And if you actually like it, here is a video for you that explains how to add holes to your closes. Enjoy! :)

 
Image credits: 
pinterest.com/wtfpinterest/things-with-holes/
quickmeme.com
wheretoget.it
facebook.com
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Nov 7, 2016 | SarahMars

Ha ha! You made me laugh. I think some people go to extreme with any idea. I'd never wear those shorts :)


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Elena B (aka Craft Boutique )
Toronto, ON, Canada


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