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Water-Proof Denim Bikini Bottoms By Diesel


Never wanna take off your denim shorts this summer? Diesel has a solution you might wanna try. Their “denim” bikini bottom is a pair of authentic-looking hot pants with a faux-denim wash and the classic Diesel cut. On sale for a super-budget friendly $15, it’s the perfect add-in to your beach trotting wardrobe. The top-stitching details and faux-closure make these pretty convincing, but we must stress that these aren’t shorts, and if you wear them to class/work/basically anywhere other than around-the-house or the beach, you may just be called out on it.

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Diesel denim bathing suit bottom ($15) – buy it at Diesel.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Jul 15 2011 in Buys Under $100 » Denim Buys

The Junderpant: Shocking New Development In Jegging Run-Offs


It just keeps getting more and more terrifying to behold. The off-shoots of the jeggings trend that have turned the denim industry into a prime target for mockery. At least, we hope this is mockery, and not to be taken seriously. Junderpants were discovered by the staff of Jezebel and so taken were they, they had to try them on for a little horror show photo shoot. They’re the tiniest booty-shorts we’ve ever seen, complete with realistic denim texture.

—DT Staff

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Posted May 18 2011 in Denim Fashion

Flashback! Thai Brand Sretsis Acid Wash Jeggings


Faux-jeans are all the rage right now, from the Jeanpants Underwear to the tirelss debate as to whether jeggings should be outlawed. But it’s not exactly a new craze. A scan from an old issue of NYLON magazine reminds us that jeggings were raising eyebrows years before Conan O’Brien pulled on a pair and made his studio audience scream. Thai brand Sretsis released these vibrant short & full-pant jeggings in time for the August 2009 issue. Covered in faux-zippers, pockets, stitching and cuffs, the convincing facade brought some colorful rock’n'roll kick to the playing field. The brand’s current collection is comprised mostly of colorful, free-spirited sportswear that leans towards resort. But we can’t say we’d mind if they slipped back into faux-jeans territory again…

—Michelle Christina Larsen

 

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Posted May 16 2011 in Denim Fashion » Trend Alert
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