Ever since Lady GagaÂ surfacedÂ wearingÂ a dress composed of raw meatâ€”Grade A, that classifies as F-worthyâ€”my expectations areÂ quite paltryÂ that she will be an iconic fashionÂ goddess. Her latest emergence in Tokyo, though less radical than the beef debacle, and more PETA friendly, is nonetheless equally awful.Â While Miley CyrusÂ undeniably wins for worst outfit (costume?) of the year in her nude colored teddy-bear themed leotard that scarred us all, some of Lady Gagaâ€™s outfits cannot be overlooked for a second place ranking. Remember the white, square, face-thing she wore at the VMAs? Uh humÂ yeah,Â terrifying.
And so, world, meet Gaga’s newest style: princess pants or Disney denim, whichever you prefer. “Disney” isÂ a word I never expected to incorporate in a description of jeans, so touchĂ©, Lady Ga, you got me.
Yes, these are undoubtedly tame in comparison to hovercraft dresses and gigantic seashell umbrellas, but the creepy factorÂ alone officially certifies this article of clothing as disturbing.
Admittedly, I am a huge fan of Disney and I must confess, my wardrobe and accessories once consisted of the princesses, too. In elementary school, I sported a rain coat with Belleâ€™s face, a Pocahontas Barbie doll and Jasmine pajamaâ€™s, but, I have sinceÂ progressed from my childhood icons to other obsessions, like Ryan Gosling, red lipstick, whipped cream flavored vodka,Â and denim without faces.
So, after someÂ extensive analysis ofÂ the jeans and a few moments pondering: “what was she thinking?”Â let’s reviewÂ the close details. First of all,Â Lady G has folded over the waist band, hello mom jeans circa 1992! Invest in a belt? This fashion hype diedÂ around the same time as the jacket-tied-around-the-waist look, when we all realized it was embarrassing and ugly.Â Plus, the faces ofÂ our favorite characters have been elongated, creating an evil, slightly androgynous, alter ego of the Disney beauts. My condolences to Cinderella, she definitely got the worst angle for her mug shot, albeit Ariel is looking a little rough, too. Conclusion? I hate these jeans!
Although I do commend Gaga for her ability to walk in those stiletto boots (that I would assume to be a liability), I canâ€™t be the only one who thinks itâ€™s time for her to return this trend to the 90s, or at the very least, back toÂ her closet until Halloween when she can dress up as Kelly Kapowski.