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Gucci Is Selling Stained Denim Overalls

This might just be the weirdest thing that I have seen in my life — a $1,400 denim overall with grass stains. I mean, why? You could just buy a new denim overall and roll on the grass in your backyard.

“This denim overall is crafted from organic cotton and specifically treated for a stained-like, distressed effect,” reads the description of the dirty dungarees, which debuted on the runway as part of a grunge-inspired collection back in January and are now available in stores and online.
“It is produced through cultivation and manufacturing processes that don’t involve harmful chemicals, pesticides or artificial fertilizers,” a description on reads.
But real farmers think these fancy pants should be put out to pasture.
“For [that much money], I’m thinking, ‘What’s the equivalent of that in second-cut hay bales?’ That’s the currency I’m most interested in,” farmer Lauren Gitlin, 40, told The Post.

Well, what do you think?

(Image Credit: Gucci)

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Franzified, I think you are turning into your parents. ☺︎ I mean, as a kid in the 1980s I remember adults asking why the kids these days were buying distressed or acid-washed jeans, and couldn't understand why anyone would buy jeans with holes already in them. So this seems like more of the same.
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