Crime of Fashion: Satin Stirrup Pants from Urban Outfitters

Stirruppants The Fashion Police have examined the evidence presented in this photo, and we duly find Urban Outfitters guilty of the following crimes of fashion:

1. That they did make stirrup pants

2. That they did make SATIN stirrup pants

3. That, rather than tucking said SATIN STIRRUP PANTS into a pair of boots, which would be the only way to render them even vaguely acceptable to The Fashion Police, they did team them with a pair of high heeled court shoes.

Conclusion: Guilty as charged, on all three counts.

Now, would anyone like to suggest a suitable punishment?

2 Comments

  • January 10, 2008

    Hannah

    These things need to be extinct – along with anybody that deems them “cool” or fashionable – because they are vile. I wouldn’t use them for a car-cloth…

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  • January 10, 2008

    Alicia

    I think all stirrup pants should be burned. I remember wearing those when I was four and going to school. Even then I hated them.

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