Coz "ugly" is the new stylish!
If images of chunky birkenstocks, quilted jackets, and overbearing boiler suits have been taking over your Instagram feed, then it is no coincidence, there is a reason behind it! It is true; the "usual necessities" that were once frowned upon by fashion editors are making their mark back in the style circuit. We are talking about jeans that slide down the ground and daddy cool sandals that have redeemed themselves as the best damn thing in fashion right now. These fashionable items have broken all the style rules and have been adorned by the who's who of the celebrity circuit. (Psst... even Gigi Hadid swears by Buncha jeans).
Here are 4 fashion products that are so bad, they are actually good!
These are the kind of jeans that are even more unsightly than mom, even ripped jeans. For starters, they have a straight cut but extend over your ankles and sweep of the ground. Now we know this may seem very unwearable, but we bet, even French Girl Jeanne Damas swears by these! Not only are they super comfy but are versatile enough to wear during summer as well as fall.
We know what you are thinking... a coal miner's costume? Trust us, these have been blowing up on Instagram like there's no tomorrow. Often termed as a utility item, a boiler suit is a hybrid between a jumpsuit and trousers and is mostly cinched at the waist. Wear them with sneakers or 6-inch heels, you'll look stylish regardless.
These super comfy pants have risen from the dead and are enjoying a serious moment in fashion right now. These ones especially, can be a great accompaniment during your long haul flight or just when you want to appear comfy yet trendy.
Call them daddy sandals, but birkenstocks have been the No.1 accessory as far as casual fashion is concerned. Wear them with socks or on its own, they never fail to impress. Psst... they are super durable too, great for those who like shoes that are tough, sturdy and of course, stylish!
With that being said, the future does look stylishly 'ugly'!
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