i salvaged these pastel yellow pants for $1 from a gigantic pile of reject clothes at a thrift store. (i know it sounds terrible to be wearing clothes even a thrift store won’t display on their racks.)
but i figured, why would i wear $1 pastel yellow pants, when i could have OMBRE TIE-DYED PARTY PANTS!
So i bought some pink dye and did some DIYP and this is the final result. Not perfect, but for a total cost of $7, pretty fucking sweet if you ask me.
ok camel toe is bad and all, but there are better ways to avoid it (hello, pants that fit!) than what looks rather like a female jock strap.
presumably you’d be wearing it to go out to the club, so what happens when you dance up on a strapping young lad? or if he tries to do some lower-body fondling? wouldn’t they feel the lady jock strap?
or god forbid you get in a situation where the strapping young lad is looking to remove your pants and this thing falls out. is there a viable excuse for it without having to admit that you would otherwise have camel toe?
G-Dragon for 1st-LOOK Magazine (October 2011)
i LOVE that first pair of pants. I would wear them, and I don’t even wear pants very often.
BUT. that feather. birds are dirty. i would highly recommend not putting feathers in one’s mouth, lest strange and serious illness result.
loving these outfits more than is probably reasonable. i would love for those patterned pants to walk on into my closet. immediately.
love love loving the subtly striped pants and the heart-shaped belt buckle but the 4 year old boy hair is definitely not charming me.
my sister’s crazy flute teacher and my old crazy human geography prof both had several pairs of pants like this. you know what they had in common? the crazy. these, my dear, are crazy pants.