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Lace shorts

This takes breezy summer wear to the next level.

Rapper Cazwell shared an Instagram photo of five men posing in pastel lace shorts and matching lace shirts paired with school boy-esque white socks and sneakers. The lacy see-through ensemble was created by clothing brand Hologram City and is available for pre-sale for $49 per piece — But it seems people aren’t quite lining up to get them. Comments ranged from “You’ve gone too far now” to “This is why we can’t have nice things.” (Photo: Instagram/cazwellnyc)

The weirdest men's fashion trends of 2017

2017 is going to hell and it’s taking men’s fashion with it.

Although we’re only halfway through, this year has already blessed us with a bevy of bizarre and often cringeworthy looks. From male rompers to double-sided boots, here are the craziest trends to grace runways and social media.

Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.

The romper has always been a logistical bathroom nightmare for women but a new Kickstarter called Romphim (cringe) has decided to make the problematic summer style available to dudes too. They’re available in red chambray, blue chambray and splatter print cotton and will be shipped out in August. (Photo: Romphim)

Most women can identify with the struggle of growing out your hair but we often forget that men can encounter this problem too. Not every dude is blessed with a flowing mane like David Beckham, Jared Leto or Chris Hemsworth. So to help the follically-chanllenged, Groupon offered the clip in man bun (available in blonde, brown and black). Its description reads, “This attachable—and, equally important, detachable—man bun lets you blend in with your surroundings, putting it on when you smell fair-trade coffee or hear a banjo, and taking it off when someone utters the word bro.” (Photo: Groupon)

In other hair trends, it seems man bangs are back thanks to celebs like Jared Leto and Justin Bieber.

But we think the baby bangs are best left to George Clooney, aka Dr. Douglas Ross, in the ’90s. (Photo: Getty)

Justin Bieber is also responsible for reviving another bizarre trend – the male crop top.

The Biebs was spotted in Rio de Janeiro wearing a cropped white tank and red track pants back in March.

While the edgy trend is nothing new (Will Smith has been rocking these on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”), we’re not sure Bieber pulls it off quite as well. (Photo: Instagram)