Clear Plastic Shorts for Men Now on Sale!

This is one of the wackiest fashion trends in recent times and it won’t be long before you start seeing this in beaches across the world.

Men can now buy clear plastic shorts and people say it can make any woman blush.

If you’re planning your next holiday and want to make a strong impression when you hit the beach then this story is for you.

Here’s exactly the thing for you if you want something a little different from your usual swimming trunks.

Four words: Transparent waterproof beach shorts.

Yes, those are really something that exist – and they can be yours for £22.42 ($26.99).

The clear plastic clothing trend has been seen in womenswear for a while, with clear plastic skirts being sold on PrettyLittleThing, but now it seems the bizarre craze has entered the world of menswear as well.
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Made by Maverick Swimwear, the shorts are mostly see-through, but with neon lime green lining and a lime green drawstring,

The company’s website says: “The next generation of transparent beach shorts is here! Berlin waterproof transparent shorts lime leave it totally up totally up to you if you wanna wear a colourful statement speedo underneath or just go bare for fun!

“The polyester shorts come with neon lining that makes you pop our of the crowds!”

They add that the shorts are an exclusive limited edition – so it sounds like you’ll have to be quick if you want to get your hands on a pair.

Though we’re not sure how many people are rushing out to buy them, as the resounding opinion on social media seems to be a big fat NO.

Twitter users have branded them “tacky” and said they very much hope the trend does not catch on.
One person wrote: “Why…just why?”

Another commented: “I’ll just use a clear carrier bag. Same job and only 5p!”

“It’s gonna be a hard no for me,” replied someone else.
A fourth person added that the shorts were “a recipe for sweaty junk”.
A fifth simply said: “God no! So tacky!”

Others joked that they would only wear them if they lost a bet with their friends.
(Mirror online)

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Chinenye Nwabueze

He is a Senior Lecturer in a Nigerian University.

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