Opening Ceremony Has Created Detachable Jeans That Turn Into Shorts

Yet another weird denim trend has arrived

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We’ve seen a lot of questionable jean trends this year from Topshop’s clear plastic jeans to Vetement’s bum-bearing offering. Now, Opening Ceremony has teamed up with the Y/Project to create a pair of detachable jeans than turn into super-short shorts, originally spotted by the Metro.

While attached the jeans show off your “under-butt” and are separated by unbuttoning the trousers to reveal some high-rise shorts and come in two colours, acid wash and black.

The brand describes the eye-catching jeans as “2-in-1 Y/Project trousers [which] come in a straight-leg silhouette with slim-fitting, detachable shorts that feature high-rise cutouts along the front.”

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Opening Ceremony

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Opening Ceremony

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Opening Ceremony

Photo: Opening Ceremony

If that wasn’t enough, the Opening Ceremony and Y/Project collaboration has also come up with a pair of garter strap jeans.

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Opening Ceremony

Photo: Opening Ceremony

The jeans range from €405.86 ($629) for the acid wash detachable offering to €482.86 ($748) for the garter strap jeans at Opening Ceremony.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR UK