I just had a moment that had to be shared … I was innocently perusing Urban Outfitter’s website looking for some great bikinis for summer when I saw these monstrosities. Not are only are they a pair of hideous high waisted shorts, but they are sold out. I mean thank goodness no one else can have them BUT many, many people out there already do.
Who do we blame for these as Urban puts is “4-pocket denim shorts cut super-short with an extra-high rise. Trimmed at the high waist with a button closure. Finished with contrast stitching throughout and cuffed hems. Zip fly with button closure.” pants? Do we blame Mischa Barton or do we blame some hard partying junior designer who may have received an unwarranted raise do to the success of these awful shorts?
I need to blame someone!
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