We’ve always kind of loved the way jeans and butts go together. It’s like ham and cheese, rice and beans, BatClooney and wishing we could forget about BatClooney… As time has passed and trends have changed, jeans and butts have been holding it steady together.
There are a myriad of ways pants can seriously flaunt your assets, but to just put all the bootymeat out there – that usually takes an especially daring fashionista to flaunt. For that, we have cheekypants pioneers like:
And to a much, much, lesser extent; Howard Stern as Fartman.
Now, thanks to PrettyLittleThing, all of us can give a little cheeky-peeky, too. Check these pants out.
It takes a bold personality to pull this look off. We kinda don’t hate it, but Twitter doesn’t seem so sure.
“Butt rip jeans”— Comfy Culture ??♀️ (@Bedhead_) May 14, 2018
Butt why? pic.twitter.com/6aGaODPsiO
So, a 1981 movie has become a reality with the butt rip jeans fad. Lord help us all. pic.twitter.com/5sO5q3ntif— Ghost Traveller (@cityrider49) May 14, 2018
I will never understand fashion.— Chris (@crsofr) May 15, 2018
People, please. SMH— Denise Davis (@DeniseDavis60) May 15, 2018
If butt rip jeans are now a thing..i finally fit in and can stop sewing my pants up ?— Steve Pravecek (@spravecek) May 14, 2018
Seems like a half ass job to me— Stephanie Schultz (@Mommarazza) May 15, 2018
Butt rip women's jeans are bad, yet high waisted Obama jeans aren't?— *R*W*D*S* (@tap_rack_bang_) May 14, 2018
Get me off this ride.
I feel like if I had a pair of those jeans with a rip under the butt, somehow my butt would rip it all the way around— McKay (@mckaylapartlow) May 25, 2017
If you’re not a fan of the black, you can live your best 80’s life in the acid washed look:
We want to know what you think. Are you bold enough to give the trend a try?