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The internet cant cope with these Fashion Nova lace up trousers

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The internet can't cope with these Fashion Nova lace up trousers
(Picture: Fashion Nova)

People are not fans of Fashion Novas new lace up trousers, which look as difficult to put on as they do to wear.

The fashion brand has just started selling Wild Thang Lace Up Pants, in Light Blue Wash, for $49.99.

The jeans – a term we use loosely – are made up using a small section of stretch washed denim and white laces.

While the entirety of the back of the jeans uses the denim, only the front crotch area is covered, with the laces making up the rest of the look.

METRO GRAB - taken from fashionnova website These Lace Up Jeans Have Divided Social Media Users https://www.fashionnova.com/products/wild-thang-lace-up-pants-light-blue-wash fashionnova
(Picture: Fashion Nova)

Fashion Nova took to its Instagram to show off the new piece of clothing, but people havent been taking kindly to the photos.

Alongside the caption: All Tied Up, Fashion Nova shared a photo of one of its models posing in the trousers.

Were definitely more entertained by the comments, which include comparing the trousers to a tied up joint ready for a roast dinner.

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One person wrote: Looolll Im so confused oh how you are gonna put this on wtf, while someone else said: Who would ever wear this.

Another added: Can you guys just make some highwaisted cute plaid pants what is this.

METRO GRAB - taken from fashionnova website These Lace Up Jeans Have Divided Social Media Users https://www.fashionnova.com/products/wild-thang-lace-up-pants-light-blue-wash fashionnova
(Picture: Fashion Nova)

Part lacy, cool, fine. But almost the entirety of the leg? Its just a little too much.

Youd only get good wear out of them for a short while out of each year. Too cold = freezing legs. Too hot = striped sun burn.

We dont know which sounds worse.

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