Somehow, it's July already and 2019 has already treated us to some exciting new fashion trends.
But amid the catwalk highlights and high street gems there have been some slightly weirder looks.
Many online retails have been selling bikinis, dresses and shorts which shoppers would have to be VERY brave to add to the basket thanks to their revealing, bizarre and sometimes just baffling designs.
We've had a look back over some of the more memorable fashion trends from the last few months.
'Painful' bodysuit that 'makes you look like prostitute'
FashionNova is known for its bold outfits, but the 'Here For Fun' bodysuit was a bit too much for some people.
The description for the item, which comes in black and red, says it has a 'high side cut' – and they're not kidding.
Shoppers described it as a "front thong" and have commented on how uncomfortable it must be to wear.
Many are also very sympathetic to the model for having to wear it, and others have gone as far as to say it makes her look "like a prostitute".
The bodysuit is made from 95 per cent Polyester and five per cent Spandex. It costs $24.99, but can be shipped to the UK so don't worry about missing out.
One shopper wrote: "Ahhh it looks painful wtf."
'Hideous' harness shorts with crotch cut out
ASOS's harness 'shorts' (if you can really call them that) captured shoppers' attention in February .
People's biggest problem with the £14 item is that they had absolutely no idea what it's meant to be for.
Featuring big cut out panels around the crotch area as well as on the legs, the high-rise waist design is being described as a "major trend" on the shopping site and claims to give you "the confidence to express your individuality".
People on social media joked that the item would be great for giving the wearer "extra pronounced leg bulges".
The fishnet bikini could be the most daring piece of swimwear trend yet (bold statement, we know) and it leaves very little to the imagination.
I Saw It First's Green Fish Net Bra & Briefs Set , which is a bargain at just £10, is guaranteed to turn heads – but you'll have to be very brave to wear it.
The material makes the whole thing rather see-through and the high rise bottoms add to the daring style.
Mesh side panel jeans
Topshop is normally an easy go-to when it comes to buying jeans, but one of their designs proved a bit 'too cool' for some people.
The £60 'Jaded London' jeans in question have been cut out at the sides – with sheer star encrusted panels sewn in.
Confused? You're not the only one.
The description on the Topshop website reads 'Black wide leg jeans with glitter heart mesh outer leg jeans. High waisted.'
They look like something a 70s Cher would wear – potentially making them a must-have for fancy dress parties.
Another classic from Fashion Nova, the £38 Can't Contain This Caged Pants leave very little to the imagination .
They are made up of a few very thin strips of faux leather sewn together in the style ff a cage.
While many shoppers are baffled by the trousers, it seems they have been popular as they've been given the fashion company's 'Hurry, almost sold out' label.
Have you ever looked in your wardrobe and been disappointed that you didn't own any clothing that was completely see-through?
No? Me neither.
But it turns out there are some people out there who really like the transparent look and and PrettyLittleThing is selling a whole range of clear clothing.
The online fashion retailer has a selection of items on their website which will allow people to "dare to bare" during the festival season.
But don't worry if the skirt isn't for you, as they also do a trousers version….
Massive, massive backpacks
The product is exactly what you'd expect it to be, a backpack so big you could fit a human into it .
Made in Japan by CWF, the bag is being sold by Plywood and due to its size, it doesn't come cheap at $240 each (£191).
Officially named the "Backpacker's closet" the massive accessory is meant to be ideal for camping or storing clothes in and is sold in three different colours – beige, olive and black.
The website's hilarious product description reads: "It is an oversized size backpack of about 180L.
"It is ideal for storage of clothes and for storing futon and can be used instead of closet. If you live in a house with a small number of closets and you are having trouble with storage, you can also hide the things you do not want to show."
Those inspired by this description might struggle to get their hands on one for a while though, as demand is so high, the backpacks have already sold out.
Crocs with mini mum bags attached
Just when we thought Crocs couldn't get any worse, them made a version with bum bags attached .
This can be worn either on the front or behind the heel and we're undecided which position is more ridiculous/hideous.
The official name of this new launch that literally no-one asked for is The Bespoke Pocket Clog.
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