Most of us have at least one pair of classic denim jeans in our closets, but perhaps in a few years what we consider to be the “classic jean” will look completely different. Right now, garter-straps are the inspiration behind the latest jean “trend.”
Produced by Y/Project, these straight-fit garter-inspired jeans come in a deconstructed style with front-pockets and adjustable denim straps held together by a series of silver-tone O-rings along the front and back. Featuring a high-waist and some cool garter-like zip-fly button closures that fasten down the front — they’ll set you back a cool $505 USD ($683 CAD).
Are you loving these jeans? And more importantly, would you spend a few hundred on ’em? Other jeans that might become the new future classics include these detachable cut-out side jeans that turn into Daisy Dukes, the Vetements x Levi’s jeans that zipper down the back to expose your rear, Nordstrom’s $425 USD fake mud jeans , Topshop’s transparent vinyl jeans and the clear-knee mom jeans.
If you need accessories to go along with your jeans, perhaps check out Chanel’s $1,300 USD boomerang (historical weapon of the Aboriginal people, cultural icon of Australia — and called out for cultural appropriation) or these $1,495 USD destroyed sneakers.