Jeans are usually synonymous with denim, but British fashion company Topshop seems to think plastic works too. Its 100% polyurethane see-through jeans went on sale last months for a whopping $100, and got some not so-positive reactions online.Why would anyone ever think that plastic pants, be they jeans, leggings or what-have-you, are a good idea? Well, nobody knows, and Topshop has yet to comment on what inspired the unusual garment, but somehow it seems to be a huge hit with shoppers. A few weeks after showing up on the Topshop online store, the MOTO Clear Plastic Straight Leg Jeans are currently out of stock.Share PinPhoto: TopshopJust last week, people were bashing Nordstrom for charging $425 for a pair of jeans caked in fake mud, but it turns out that they weren’t the only ones with crazy ideas. Topshop took the strange-looking jeans idea even further by completely taking denim out of the equation and replacing it with clear plastic. At $100 a pair, they are much cheaper than Nordstrom’s dirty jeans, but twice as weird-looking.
Popular Retailer Sells See-Through Plastic Jeans for $100 a Pair