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People Are Sufficiently Confused by This Denim Bustier From ASOS Because, Well, Look at It

At this point, we could make a hall of fame-worthy scrapbook for the plethora of wacky denim trends out there. Last year graced us with everything from inside-out jeans to completely see-through plastic pants, and 2018 is already off to a crazy start, thanks to ASOS. The online retailer has caused quite the stir after a handful of customers stumbled upon one particularly confusing item for sale: the Milk It Vintage Re-Worked Denim Bustier Over T-Shirt.
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