Call the fashion police! Shoppers share some very questionable clothing designs, including cowboy boot sandals and shirts stained BEFORE you buy them
- People have shard the bizarre clothing designs from around the world
- In a gallery for 365Economist, images show examples of questionable style
- Items include a pair of cowboy boot sandals with open toes and a hoodie with Mickey Mouse’s head appearing to hide where the sun doesn’t shine
Meddling with an age old clothing design in a bid to offer a fresh look doesn’t always go to plan.
In a gallery for 365Economist, people from across the globe have shared examples of garments so bizarre you might wonder how they even made it into shops in the first place.
Among the sartorial sins that feature is a pre-stained white shirt – complete with splodges of yellow – and sandals made from cowboy boots.
Elsewhere, a t-shirt sees its female empowerment slogan actually read ‘I will give up’ after the manufacture crossed out the word ‘never’.
Here, FEMAIL shares some of the designs that should have ended up in the bin…
Not a boot, not a sandal: In a gallery for 365Economist, people from across the globe have shared examples of items so bizarre you would wonder how they even made it to the shops – including cowboy boot sandals
Bum design: The maker of this design didn’t anticipate how Mickey Mouse might look if the wearer tied it around their waist
The proud dad award goes to! This man from the US, got a matching custom t-shirt and shorts outfit with his baby’s face printed on it
Another clothing design disaster shows a yellow pre-stained white shirt for sale in a US store… at least you won’t worry about any spillages
Elsewhere, a t-shirt is so poorly designed its female empowerment slogan reads ‘I will give up’ – after the manufacture crossed out the word ‘never’
Would you wear them? These Dukes of Hazzard Daisy Duke-style jean shorts come with cut-out removable chaps
Mixed messages: In the US, one sweater meant to have an uplifting message about ‘believing in yourself’ doesn’t quite hit the mark
Ooops! This designer’s intention was to simply convey a cute and friendly hello with a smiley emoji in place of the ‘o’…but it has a darker message if you just read the letters
Shorts with a large belt? Or a jumper that doesn’t cover much? A factory mistake makes it to the shelves…
Want some nuts? This cute little squirrel is unfortunately placed… although whether it was an accident or deliberate is unclear
Well, that’s awkward! This T-shirt has little beads embroidered on it, which in theory would be cute until you put a hoodie over it
As if we thought Crocs couldn’t get any worse, this guy shows up in a version decorated with metal spikes and chains
Something to wear only when it’s raining! This unfortunate design somehow passed all the proof-reading checks
Made for walking…in both directions: These shoes were designed for people who don’t know whether they’re coming or going
Most pointless zip on a T-shirt winner! This design feature has no purpose…