The Trend Sweeping The Fashion Industry That Nobody Asked For: Fake Camel Toe Underwear

In the latest of WTF?! fashion trends: Fake camel toe underwear. Yes, you read that right. Fake. Camel toe. Underwear. Like we said: WTF?! While we certainly don’t understand the appeal, tons of women are flocking to purchase underwear that makes their hoo-ha visible enough to everyone and their mother. Hot, right? Read on below.

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Fake camel toe underwear. Most women don’t want their vaginas to been seen by strangers. But as it turns out, there are a select few who do. Enter the camel toe underwear, which according to its makers, are just what every lady wants. Confused as f*ck? Don’t worry, so were we.

Fake camel toe underwear. Let’s back up a bit for a second, though. If you’re unfamiliar, the phrase camel toe is slang for the effect produced by tight-fighting pants around a woman’s naughty bits. This in turn draws (major) attention to the shape of her external genitals — a.k.a. her “lips” become visible. Seemingly, most women don’t want to have a camel toe in public. Like, ever.

Fake camel toe underwear. So, exactly what is camel toe underwear? Oh, just one of fashion’s greatest trends to date. Just kidding. But seriously, it’s basically bottoms that make it look like your pants are getting right up into all the nooks and crannies of your labia major… Hot?

Fake camel toe underwear. The provocative product, which surfaced on Reddit, is apparently being sold somewhere in Asia. OK, you guessed right: It’s in Japan. Seemingly, we think it’s marketed towards women who are afraid their vagina isn’t prominent enough through their jeans, shorts, or yoga pants. Similar to a push-up bra, it’s meant to give the appearance of bigger goodies, so to speak.

Fake camel toe underwear. Essentially, the underwear features pads sewn into the front to give the appearance of a plumper hoo-ha. The undies are designed to make your vagina look like it’s literally protruding out. Think: An overly ripe peach. *Shudders*

Fake camel toe underwear. But the underwear aren’t just a one-size-fits-all sort of thing — turns out, they come in a range of skin tones! Yes, that’s right: Just in case a woman wants to seduce a lover between the sheets, the undies come in a plethora of skin tones, from “Pale” and “Asian,” to “Tan” and “Dark.”

Fake camel toe underwear. This underwear trend is especially strange as most women try SUPER hard to stop their pants from riding up into their naughty bits. Because let’s face it: Having a camel toe doesn’t — and will never — look good. It’s just… Eugh.

Fake camel toe underwear. This isn’t the first time camel toe underwear has circulated the Internet, however. As Maxim reports, over a decade ago, someone in — yep, you guessed it — Japan actually came up with camel toe undies. Dubbed “Party Pants” (lol), the purpose of the lingerie — if you can call it that — was to “lift and separate.” Eesh.

Fake camel toe underwear. Now, nearly 10 years later, the bizarre style is making a crazy comeback. If you’re anything like us, you’re probably wondering: But… Why? According to Metro, this is likely some type of kinky camel toe fetish people have which is, quite obviously, very misunderstood.

Fake camel toe underwear. Still, even if it is a fetish, we have oh-so many questions. Like, do women wear these bad boys to drop their kids off at school? Do they show it off when they go grab a cup of coffee? Or do they simply save it for special occasions — i.e. date night? We. Need. Answers!!

Fake camel toe underwear. All jokes aside, we guess the undies do have some benefits. Like, they would definitely distract from that monstrous pimple in the middle of your face. And those bags under your eyes? Pft.What bags?! Seriously, these vagina-plumping-panties would distract any “imperfection” on your body from LITERALLY everyone.

Fake camel toe underwear. On the other end of the spectrum, if you don’t want to spend money on camel toe underwear, you could also let nature do its thing. Because guess what: Vajines sag like every other part of your body, especially if you’ve had kids. So why bother breaking the bank when it’ll happen naturally in a couple of years?

Fake camel toe underwear. Unsurprisingly, men have taken advantage of the product as an opportunity to blast women as — drum roll, please — sluts. “This is not an appropriate undergarment,” one user wrote on EliteReaders.com. “NEVER ever wear this. This is a disgusting sexually midleading item of clothing. Real women will want to cover their camel toe not to blatantly show it off to the world. Disgusting. Not a good thing.” Disgusting? Relax. It’s a vagina, breh.

Fake camel toe underwear. What’s more, women, too, have hopped on the slut bandwagon! “Yuckkk so disgusting wht the f*ck is this?! who the hell will gonna wear this sh*t! only whores,slut hooker or whtever u call it! ewwww!!! its not fashion..its like like ur tempting a guy to rape u! totally insane!!!” Reason why we need feminism — and better grammar teachers — number 234234234234.

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