Shoppers blast ‘dumb’ £400 asymmetrical jeans that have one straight and one flared leg

CAN’T decide whether to wear skinny or flared jeans?

Well, your sartorial prayers have been answered with the invention of asymmetrical jeans.

The bonkers new denim trend is the brainchild of Ukrainian designer brand Ksenia Schnaider, run by husband and wife team Ksenia and Anton Schnaider.

The jeans, which come in a stonewash hue and have pockets on the bum, are currently available online for almost £400.

And they've been a hit with celebs, including Celine Dion who actually managed to make the jeans look stylish with a pink feather strapless top and matching fluffy heels.

However, the bonkers style has been slammed on social media, with fashion fans slamming the jeans as "horrendous" and "dumb".

@sonya_soltes wearing asymmetric jeans from PF2019 collection ♨️ #kseniaschnaider #selfielookbook

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  • Ksenia Schnaider Asymmetric Skinny & Wide Jeans, £396, Neiman Marcus – buy now

One wrote: "No. Just no" while others called them "a crime."

Another tweeted: "This must be a joke…. I hope?!"

Surprisingly, the jeans have been a hit with some fashion-forward folk on Instagram, however.

A photo of the denim style has racked up nearly 2,500 likes, with followers gushing about the quirky style.

“I really need them,” commented one, while another added: “Super cool idea.”

If you do fancy getting your hands on these, but you don’t have a spare £400, fear not.

Simply buy a high-street pair of wide leg jeans, one pair of standard skinnies, cut them in half, and stitch one leg of each together.

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