Levis’ ‘Texas Tuxedo’ denim romper is possibly the worst case of Stuck Together Clothes ever seen

Yes, you read that right, readers: this is a “romper”. NOT a pair of jeans worn with a denim shirt, but a pair of jeans STUCK TO a denim shirt.

WE KNOW, right?

And just before we go any further here, we know fashion victims are going to come along and be all, “Oh, but double denim is, like, SO HAWT this season!” When have The Fashion Police ever bothered about such things, though? Seriously, they’re not even particularly nice jeans (not that it would be OK if they were, we hasten to add), so why on earth would you want to have them stuck to your shirt?

Also: how would this even work? How do you get the thing off if you want to go to the bathroom, say? Is there a way to separate shirt from jeans (which would kinda defeat the purpose of it being “one-piece”, wouldn’t it?), or do you just have to get nekkid? Which would be a pain, in all honesty, and would ALSO defeat the purpose of wearing such a sloppy/casual looking outfit.

Questions aside, though, we have no hesitation in declaring this to be a crime of fashion: bail is set at £158, and is payable to Urban Outfitters: click here to take a look.

5 Comments

  • August 18, 2010

    Monica

    Oh my gosh… Straight to the fashion police jail, I say!

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  • August 18, 2010

    Moni

    Yep. This is ugly and completely pointless.

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    • August 18, 2010

      Moni

      By which I mean: I don’t think denim is ugly, but in this case the fit is off. The jeans are saggy and too low, and the shirt seems too wide. The whole “ensemble” (sic) creates an awfully looooong torso. Which you can’t even alter without the shirt part hanging in flabs around your waist.
      Sorry, but I could manage this look by myself. And much prettier.

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  • August 19, 2010

    Rock Hyrax

    I suppose it’s one way to achieve the “pants on the ground” look without it actually happening.

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  • August 21, 2010

    ann

    i think i would wear these pieces as separates, but i don’t own any jumpers and don’t plan too. they jeans look a bit like comfy period jeans though.

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