The Bizarre Balenciaga 'T-Shirt Shirt' Has Left People in a State of Disbelief
That's it. We have seen everything.
Image credits: balenciaga.com
Now, taking some inspiration, high fashion label-- Balenciaga has come up with a garment that is giving sleepless nights to many.
What so bizarre about the clothing?
The "T-Shirt Shirt" from Balenciaga’s men’s autumn 2018 collection is nothing but a formal shirt sewn on top of a plain t-shirt. And if you thought that was odd, consider this, the brand also informs its customers on its website that the t-shirt shirt can be worn in two ways. That's right.
One can wear the t-shirt and leave the formal shirt hanging in the front OR wear the shirt and leave the t-shirt free hanging in the back.
Of course, the decidedly odd clothing will burn a hole in your pocket as the Spanish brand is selling the t-shirt shirt combination for USD 1,290 (INR 87,000).
For obvious reasons, the combination has left several baffled.
LMAOOOOO bro what in the actual fuck pic.twitter.com/IsWSV0DMGD— mally mack (@MallyMack_) May 26, 2018
The height of fashion is getting this shirt that has a shirt on it for only $1,290. pic.twitter.com/vbh1US0GsN— laney (@misslaneym) May 28, 2018
whoever is the designer for balenciaga has to leave... pic.twitter.com/XhvMxVzwov— ♡ (@electrawaves) May 27, 2018
When you can’t choose between two favorite shirts: Double Shirt.— Dian Onno (@DianOnno) May 27, 2018
Ps: wtf?? pic.twitter.com/yGzjjXxHbR
Finally! A fashion retailer that caters to Cuato! pic.twitter.com/R1GqOGiE5E— Paul O'Rourke (@Prork) May 28, 2018
Everyone turned into a fashion designer.
catch me on the runway pic.twitter.com/FAFZHvZcHf— ♡ (@electrawaves) May 28, 2018
taking orders pic.twitter.com/pHTQfLvQ8u— ♡ (@electrawaves) May 28, 2018
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