Fashion Crime? Lime tie-dye stretch cotton trousers by TallandAll.com

We are fully aware that the words ‘lime’ and ‘tie-dye’ should never be allowed to exist in conjunction with one another and so we were suitably distressed to come across these trousers during an innocent browse through the Tall and All website.  Being tall ourselves we know how difficult it can be to find stylish clothing to fit – a task not made any easier when dedicated tall retailers insist on producing items such as this.  A quick glance at what else the site has to offer makes us sure that this will not be the first time they are put under Fashion Police arrest for crimes against fashion.

Bail is set at £35/$52 if you want to buy these trousers their freedom, and you can do that here.

5 Comments

  • April 30, 2010

    Caroline

    I have never encountered a pair of trousers that made me feel physically sick before! Yeouch!
    .-= Caroline´s last blog ..Wishlist: Christian Laboutin Poseidon 120 pumps =-.

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  • April 30, 2010

    Lucia

    Why is there even a question mark behind ‘Fashion crime’?
    this is probably one of the worst items of clothing I have ever seen.
    Looks like a bunch of babies threw up on it after eating spinach Oo

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  • April 30, 2010

    Jaynie

    There’s this weird sort of combination of camo and tie day that I think neither hippies nor military personnel would approve of. Why anybody else would want one of the two alone, let alone both together, is beyond my capacity to understand.

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  • May 3, 2010

    Rock Hyrax

    Looking at the site, it seems it’s like thick tee shirt material – ugh, imagine the feel of it as well as the appearance. Oh, and if you’re going to go to the web site, do it on an empty stomach…

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  • May 11, 2010

    amanda

    Those pants are beautiful people be yourself and do your own thing

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