Now, let me first say that there are lots of Italian fashion choices that are refined and absolutely lovely. There are other Italian fashion trends that I do NOT understand. No matter how hard I try, or how many people I see rocking the look, it does not make sartorial sense.
Take for instance the tapered sweatpant. As a female human being over the age of 11, I can say that the tapered pant is difficult to pull off. Hips and thighs tend to be magnified when paired with a slim ankle, not to mention the added cozy bulk of sweatpant material.
Yet, the tapered sweatpant continues to thrive! It has its adherents among men and women (where is sometimes paired with a wedge running shoe, if you are lucky).
This sartorial confusion is compounded by the brand Frutta. I cannot really process the fact that there is a popular brand called ‘Frutta’.
But the thing I really, really, really don’t get? Frutta on the butt.
On a tapered leg sweatpant, obviously.