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Extreme designer devotion. Logo handbags are one thing, but status symbols reached a new low this year with permanent Louis Vuitton and Gucci tattoos popping up everywhere.
Hermes apple bag, $365. Why tote your fruit in a boring old paper bag? Buy this green lambskin apple bag and proudly show the world your snack of choice.
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The Umbrella Coat Raincoat. It’s a creative idea, but in actuality this jacket looks absurd and impractical.
Christian Louboutin Déjà Vu heels, $1,595. Spend your paycheck on these bizarre slingbacks or hit up the craft store for a pack of googly eyes and DIY for less. But they’d still be creepy.
24K gold shoelaces, $19,000. If you buy this extravagant footwear accessory they will be delivered by security and laced for you anywhere in the world. Seriously.
Alexander Wang’s spilled coffee shirt for Starbucks, $85. Starbucks commissioned this tee for their 40th birthday—because who wouldn’t want to wear an expensive shirt that looked like they spilled coffee on it? Unsurprisingly it’s now on sale for $49.
Roadkill Couture. We’re all for recycling, but clothing made from discovered dead animals is just gross.
Saggy jeans with built-in boxers, $88. A new brand called Sagz makes this horrible trend even easier to achieve.
Toe lingerie, $24.50. Half Pretties socklets hope to enhance your toe cleavage by peeking out from under your pumps.
Wood panel swimsuit, $122. This “Daiquiris on the Deck” one-piece by ModCloth looks like a tankini made of wood and has a sad red belt attached. Now on sale for $84.99
Jeremy Scott underwear clutch, $424. We’d understand this as a gag gift if it were under $10, but somehow this tighty-whiteys purse still sold out. UNBELIEVABLE!!
Dior Homme sandals with socks, $800. Are we really encouraging this dreadful men’s footwear combo?
LMBO..I THOUGHT SOME OF THESE THINGS WERE GAG GIFTS UNDER $10 – BOY WAS I WRONG, PEOPLE WILL BASICALLY INVENT/BUY ANYTHING.