Could you imagine spending $5,000 on designer clothing? Would you consider it if was a boot and pants combination? The brand, YSL, is making people ask themselves these questions.
The fashion company is selling pantaboots in suede. Thus far. Black and beige fondant are the two colors available to interested customers.
These YSL jeans boots got listed for $5,950.
Other brands are expected to follow with similar creations since this apparel first began with Balenciaga.
How did jeans-boots combos become trendy fashion?
We are in the winter season. Thus, knee-high boots usually make an appearance this time of year.
But some people wished these regular boots went beyond the knee.
Others, however, do not like how knee-high and mid-calf boots scrunch down on their legs.
As such, YSL provided an expensive solution. The pantashoes trend began on runways. And it got created by Demna Gvasalia for Balenciaga.
This fashion statement began as spandex boot-legging hybrids. But YSL has elevated the style to jeans. The attire gained attention when it got worn recently by Kim Kardashian and Julia Fox.
Nordstrom is also offering two pairs of pantaboots on its website. One of the pairs is for $245, and the other is for $2,990.
I will wait to see if Fashion Nova picks up the trend.
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