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Racy Shein jeans with cut out across the front capture attention online

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A provocative pair of jeans are capturing attention online for all the wrong reasons.

The $30.95 denim pants from fast fashion website Shein look like any others from behind, but it’s a very different story at the front.

A large piece of fabric is cut out from the waist down to the crotch, leaving the wearer’s intimate area free for all to see.

The style exposes every inch of the stomach, groin and upper thigh, making underwear – ideally high-waisted – essential.

They look normal from the back, but these jeans take a very racy turn at the front

They look normal from the back, but these jeans take a very racy turn at the front

A large piece of fabric is cut out from the waist down to the crotch, exposing every inch of the stomach, groin and upper thigh

A large piece of fabric is cut out from the waist down to the crotch, exposing every inch of the stomach, groin and upper thigh

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Available in sizes six to 14, the straight leg jeans made from cotton and polyester have deep pockets on either side and a button-front closure.

No customer reviews have been posted as the jeans have only just dropped online, but they’re sure to attract interesting reactions once orders are delivered. 

The silhouette is inspired by cowboy chaps, sturdy coverings for the legs consisting of leather leggings and a belt that buckle on to protect against contact with horses and livestock.

Chaps have no seat, meaning they are not joined at the crotch, but are traditionally worn over jeans for modesty.

Shein’s racy take on the classic cowboy trend is the latest piece of risqué denim to raise eyebrows on social media.

The silhouette (pictured) is inspired by cowboy chaps, sturdy coverings for the legs consisting of leather leggings and a belt that buckle on to protect against contact with horses and livestock

However chaps are traditionally worn over trousers for modesty

The silhouette (pictured) is inspired by cowboy chaps, sturdy coverings for the legs consisting of leather leggings and a belt that buckle on to protect against contact with horses and livestock – but these are traditionally worn over trousers for modesty

In December, a flesh-exposing ensemble from Sydney fashion brand Beginning Boutique caused a stir for flashing some serious skin.

The outfit, which consists of a denim bra and matching mini-skirt, has panels strategically slashed below the nipples that reveal a generous glimpse of the lower breast in a nod to the ‘underboob’ trend which first appeared on Instagram feeds in late 2018.

Triangular gaps cut out along the sides of the skirt show large swathes of the behind and hips – stopping just short of the bikini line in front.

This racy outfit from Sydney headquartered Beginning Boutique, which consists of a denim bra and matching mini-skirt, has raised eyebrows for flashing some serious skin

This racy outfit from Sydney headquartered Beginning Boutique, which consists of a denim bra and matching mini-skirt, has raised eyebrows for flashing some serious skin

Panels strategically slashed below the nipples reveal a generous glimpse of the lower breast

Triangular gaps cut out along the sides of the skirt show large swathes of the behind

 Panels strategically slashed below the nipples reveal a generous glimpse of the lower breast (left), while triangular gaps cut out along the sides of the skirt show large swathes of the behind (right)

In photos of the two-piece on the brand’s website, a model wears bubblegum pink scarf on her head and a bejewelled belt studded with diamonds that spells the word ‘babe’ across her torso. 

The outfit, which costs $59.95 for the bra and $89.99 for the skirt or $150 in total, is reminiscent of the quirky look made famous by Paris Hilton in the early Noughties.

The American socialite and heiress to the Hilton hotel empire often sashayed down red carpets in similarly daring denim ensembles.

This post was first published on DailyMail.

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