The Internet Has A Lot Of Feelings About These Topshop Jeans

The Internet Has A Lot Of Feelings About These Topshop Jeans
The Internet Has A Lot Of Feelings About These Topshop Jeans

Jeans are a pretty straight-forward staple. Sure, you can play around with the rise of the waist, the crop of the hem, or even the fit. But for the most part, it's all pretty clockwork; meaning, if you do decide to switch things up drastically, it might raise some eyebrows.

The pants in question are available at Topshop and Nordstrom, the latter of which describes the plastic panels as "[baring] your knees for a futuristic feel." (The high-street brand's own e-commerce doesn't have any other descriptor for these leg windows other than "cool.") Still, despite the interesting? design, a handful of lone reviews on Nordstrom's website are actually pretty positive (whether or not they're sarcastic, though, is up for interpretation). "No more lonely kneecaps!," one comment reads. "Never going back to normal jeans," says another. Unanimous five-star rating aside, the Twittersphere is a tad more skeptical about how and why such a garment exists.

We've reached out to Topshop for comment (and for answers), and will update our story when we hear back.

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