Kendall Jenner Spotted wearing ‘Invisible Jeans’

If she had done it just a day later, we might have thought it was an April Fools’ joke. But no: Kendall Jenner stepped out in Los Angeles on March 31 wearing one of the most questionable denim trends we’ve seen in a while, and that’s saying a lot.

The 21-year-old model was captured by paparazzi wearing what appeared to be a pair of denim shorts with an oversized, red-and-white-striped button-down Oxford shirt by Balenciaga tucked in asymmetrically, with one panel peeking out the bottom of one shorts leg. But upon closer inspection, it became clear that Jenner had invented a new trend for spring, and it’s being dubbed “invisible jeans.”

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Attached to the jorts are frayed seams running down the sides of her legs and frayed cuffs around her ankles. Essentially, she’s wearing a pair of jeans with the majority of the legs cut out and only a three-dimensional outline remaining. Though you may look at this ensemble and think, “Kendall’s a style rebel,” we can’t help but feel that even her killer pair of stems could not save this look.

As Who What Wear notes, the look is a pretty simple DIY project if you do, indeed, want to follow in Jenner’s experimental fashion footsteps. (Or you can simply wear a pair of denim shorts — we’re just saying.) It’s unclear whether she created this curious look herself or bought the denim already altered, but the branded seams on the shorts lead us to believe this was a ready-made piece.

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