Topshop's Clear "Jeans" Are The Latest Bizarre Pant To Sweep The Internet

by Kali Borovic

Remember those clear-knee pants that took the fashion world by storm? Well, they just got an even more bizarre upgrade. Topshop created clear moto jeans, as discovered by Teen Vogue, and they are super weird, to say the least. This clothing item makes a serious statement without saying anything at all, but something tells me that these won't become a wardrobe staple anytime soon.

Fashion is all about trying new things and pushing the boundaries. I'm all for it, but Topshop's see-through jeans might be taking things a little too far. Everything about these pants are the same as a pair of cropped jeans, with one exception — they're clear. They're pants without being pants at all. How's that for a fashion statement? Although they're only sold in the UK as of right now, the price amounts to $59.88 in the US. That's a whole lot less than the clear-knee panel option. But then again, you are technically getting less coverage.

Topshop has a few recommendations for wearing it too, just in case you're stuck with no sartorial inspiration. "Ideal as a statement piece for a festival or costume party, take the look to the extreme with a bikini and sequin jacket or dress down, layered under an oversized jumper or asymmetric hem dress," the Topshop website reads. So there you have it. Wear it under or over your clothing, because either way these "pants" will make a statement.

MOTO Classic Plastic Straight Leg Jeans, $59.88,

In case you're wondering just how practical they are, let me break it down for you. The pants are made of 100 percent Polyurethane, according to the website. That makes them completely washable. Plus, if you're prone to food spills, you'll be able to wipe them right off with ease. The glass is half full, my friends.

MOTO Classic Plastic Straight Leg Jeans, $59.88,

Despite my sorry attempt to try and find positives in these pants, the internet says otherwise.

... Said no one ever.

Makes total sense.

It looks like they are serious.

They're not the first ones to think of the trend, either.

Either this is sarcasm or I've found the one person on the internet who would wear these.

The emojis seem to sum it up.

Over it already.

I can't exactly see these flying off the virtual shelves, but I'm dying to see how people style these IRL.