Shein is mocked for selling women’s cut out jeans which expose their knickers


You’ll catch a chill! Budget fashion retailer Shein is mocked for selling ‘weirdest ever’ cut-out jeans which expose your underwear

  • Shein is selling the High Waist Cut Out Straight Leg Jeans for £19.99 online 
  • The company – which manufactures in China – has been mocked for the design
  • One bemused shopper said: ‘Shein is taking cut out jeans to a whole other level’

With the chill days of winter not yet behind us, most of us are still living in jeans and boots, but these daring denims from budget retailer Shein certainly won’t keep the cold out. 

The budget online fashion retailer – which manufactures its clothes in China – has been mocked for selling women’s cut out jeans which expose their knickers.

While the £19.99 High Waist Cut Out Straight Leg Jeans look normal from the back, the denim trousers have a massive  gap at the front. 

Shein has been mocked for selling women’s cut out jeans (pictured) which expose their knickers

The budget online fashion retailer - which manufactures its clothes in China - is selling the High Waist Cut Out Straight Leg Jeans (pictured) for £19.99

The budget online fashion retailer – which manufactures its clothes in China – is selling the High Waist Cut Out Straight Leg Jeans (pictured) for £19.99

But reassuringly Shein says the light wash colour polyester and cotton jeans come with a button fly.

However, shoppers have been left bemused by the design.

Olivia Pope said: ‘Shein is taking cut out jeans to a whole other level.’

The garment looks normal from the back

The denim trousers have a massive whole at the front

While the garment looks normal from the back, (left) the denim trousers have a massive whole at the front (right) 

Reassuringly, Shein says the light wash colour polyester and cotton jeans come with a button fly

Reassuringly, Shein says the light wash colour polyester and cotton jeans come with a button fly

One commenter joked: ‘Wait what? ‘Who wants to show their underwear? This is the weirdest thing ever.’

Another added: ‘What the hell is happening to Shein.’

Christina Ryback echoed her feelings and said: ‘What the hell is this?’

It comes after last October Shein was ridiculed for selling a revealing, £9.99 bodysuit that looked like a Borat mankini. 

However, shoppers have been left bemused by the design, with one writing: 'What the hell is this?'

However, shoppers have been left bemused by the design, with one writing: ‘What the hell is this?’

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